Patience... It's what's for dinner
- Jul 7, 2005
You also have to account for the history of Heupel's offenses. He's consistently produced better results each year at each school. Changing QB's hasn't shown a decline in his offense statistically. If the defense continues to improve, there shouldn't be some huge drop off. It's hard to do better than 11-1 (if that's how we finish). That's what people have to consider. The goal is to make 9 regular seasons wins the floor for the next 2 seasons IMO. I would say 95% thought 10 wins was our ceiling before this season started.
i think it's just gonna be hard for some folks when Milton doesn't connect on every deep ball or WR's are running under rainbows catching them in stride.
the bar has been set very high, and that's a good thing, but i do think it's fair to point out that what we're seeing from this offense, in terms of the big plays down the field....we've made it look......um....too easy. lol.
which is awesome.....cause you know QB's and WR's want to do that.
i think the foundation of this offense is what the O line has done this year, big improvement there, and the run game we've had because of it, both from the RB's, TE's, and QB's. ultimately that's what makes this thing go.
but there's no where to go from No. 1 or 2 Offense in the country, 45+ points a game.................lol that's all i'm really getting at.