One of our favorite things to blog about during the summer is bad college football offenses. Yesterday, we discussed the
who remain married to the "air raid" offense despite not having nearly enough talent to pull it off. Wake Forest is projected to be far more vanilla in its approach after averaging less than 300 ypg of total offense against the ACC. Despite winning only three games, there were plenty of examples that Wake could be competitive. In four games against Indiana, Florida State, Louisville, and Duke, the Demon Deacons lost each by one score and were outgained by a combined 57 yards. Most of that however had to do with Wake's defense. Take away games against high-powered North Carolina and Clemson and Wake's seasonal defensive numbers (5.16 ypp allowed) were solid. But the
with no one solidified at either the quarterback or running back positions.
“No question we should be better,’’ Ruggiero said Monday. “If we can stay healthy, there’s no question there should be a decent improvement and we’ll continue to close the gap on what should be a good enough performance on offense to win with.
“How much that will be, that’s hard to tell right now.’’