Florida Gators 2014 spring practice: What do you want to know?

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Florida's spring practices begin in a week. And there are plenty of questions to be answered about this team.

It's easy to forget, in the midst of all this basketball and winning and awesomeness and senior love, that Florida will, in fact, play football in the fall of 2014.

The process of getting these Gators back into fighting form begins next Wednesday, on March 19, as Florida begins spring practice. The Gators will practice a couple dozen times over the three weeks after that day, and will wrap up spring practice with the Orange and Blue Debut — the annual spring game — on April 12. And eight practices will be open, with a ninth open to season ticket-holders.

I'll be out at those practices, as many as I can possibly hit, and I'll be tweeting up a storm from them and writing down detailed observations. I'll be writing other preview pieces, too, when I can fit them in between things I'm pretty sure I'll have to write about the NCAA Tournament. But that confluence of events is going to make triage important, and I want to focus on things that you think matter.

So I ask: What do you want to know and learn about Florida football this spring?

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