7 years in and he still won’t abandon the Princeton style offense
Looking at the schedule, if we count Florida Tech, I think we get exactly 12.
The offensive sets will definitely get better over the season. We have some good film from particularly the Utah game with regards to what works and a lot of film from the Marquette game what doesn’t. The Iowa game will be a nice litmus test against good competition to see what adjustments are made to avoid the streetball BS in the front court. I hope we run some of that against UNA even though we will beat them with the offense we’ve been running.Eh, we'll end up with more than expected. We have a tradition of starting slow then getting better.
The question is should we expect more/better. While I do not subscribe to peac's brand of slacked-jawed negativity (sorry, not sorry @Peacone36 ) but I'm leaning more restless than not.
Remaining Wins: North Alabama, Northeastern, UGA, Alabama State, Clemson (H), Pittsburgh (H), Florida Tech, Louisville (H), Boston College (A). There could be another one in there, likely Syracuse at home if I were to choose but NCState at home is possible as well though Smith and Joiner are a heck of a backcourt duo.
For sure they are all possible. I think I just expect FSU to snap out of it at some point though it’s becoming less likely. They are historically very difficult at the Tucker Center.Think there are a few games they could steal.... FSU (A) (so far, the Noles have been a dumpster fire), Louisville (A), and Pitt (A) in addition to NCSU (H) and Syracuse (H) that you mention