Most programs across the nation will switch this week from the two-a-day grind to prepping for their Week 1 opponents.
Here's a look at what teams in the AP Top 10 are looking at as they emerge from camps:
1. Oklahoma: The eight-week loss of All-American linebacker Travis Lewis was easily the biggest thing to happen in Norman so far this season. The potential loss of defensive end Ronnell Lewis for the season would be just as big.
2. Alabama: The Tide's biggest task during two-a-days was finding a quarterback to replace Greg McElroy. Sophomore A.J. McCarron and redshirt freshman Phillip Sims have been battling for the position, but coach Nick Saban has kept the race results close to the vest.
3. Oregon: The big challenge for the Ducks will be to shut out all the off-the-field distractions and focus on their performance on the field. The margin for error is quite small with a Sept. 3 date with No. 4 LSU looming large.
4. LSU: The Tigers are also facing some off-the-field issues, but with 15 returning starters and the allure of a national championship game just 85 miles down the road in New Orleans, LSU players say they remain focused.
5. Boise State: The biggest change for Boise is likely its move to the Mountain West Conference, albeit a watered-down Mountain West. Quarterback Kellen Moore and the Broncos hope to continue crashing the big boys' BCS parties.
6. Florida State: The 'Noles have a big matchup with Oklahoma in September and they'll be doing it with a new full-time starter at quarterback. Junior EJ Manuel, though, has plenty of experience and is 4-2 as a starter.
7. Stanford: The Cardinal has Heisman Trophy front-runner Andrew Luck, but they also are breaking in a new coach, David Shaw. Stanford also has to replace All-American center Chase Beeler, who played high school football at Jenks.
8. Texas A&M: The Aggies are hoping to build on some late-season momentum from 2010 when Ryan Tannehill took over at quarterback. Expectations are high for A&M, which was picked to finish second in the Big 12.
9. Oklahoma State: It's no secret new offensive coordinator Todd Monken will try to build off what new West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen started in Stillwater. The big question for OSU, as is usually the case, is can the defense match up with the high-octane offense of the Big 12?
10. Nebraska: The move to the Big Ten brings all kinds of new challenges, but the Huskers must shake off losing three of four games to end the 2010 season, including an embarrassing loss to Washington in the Holiday Bowl.