after the Red Wolves set nine schools record with Freeze as offensive coordinator last season. Overall, ASU increased its scoring average by over a touchdown and return all of their top skill position talent for 2011. The pace and points once again project to be there but concerns remain about the stop unit as last season saw a massive drop in production (30.8 ppg, 436 ypg allowed). This has the looks of a dead-nuts "over" squad so long as the betting market cooperates (7-5 O/U in 2010).
"I was very disappointed that we did not put up more points last year,” Freeze told ArkansasVarsity.com. One thing that we are taking focus on is our offensive line, and having the ability to run the ball better in third down and red zone situations."