Whenever a college football team makes a coaching change, the new boss probably has dozens of responsibilities to address.
But there's always a highest-priority topic.
Perhaps the roster has a certain position that's lacking known contributors. Depth at another position might be perilously thin. Or, hey, maybe the program flat-out needs more talent overall.
Among the 24 changes, 11 happened at Power Five schools—including Cincinnati, which is making the leap to the Big 12. We're taking a look at the most pressing task at each of those 11 programs.
Brent Key, Georgia Tech: Develop, Develop, Develop
Georgia Tech certainly needs an influx of talent to compete at a high level in the ACC. However, the Yellow Jackets are off to a decent start, with quarterback Haynes King (Texas A&M) and wideout Christian Leary (Alabama) headlining the incoming group of transfers. But that's a slim portion of the roster; the greater step for Brent Key and his staff will be developing what Tech otherwise returns. The program last reached a bowl in 2018.
Jeff Brohm, Louisville: Be a Factor in Kentucky Recruiting
Although the state isn't known for a surplus of blue-chip talent, Kentucky still has plenty of 3-star talent to offer. The problem is Scott Satterfield rarely made an in-state dent. During his four complete recruiting cycles, Louisville only landed two prospects ranked in the state's top 10. That, quite simply, cannot be acceptable for the Cardinals.