There are other ways to look at it, how about the defense being the worst in the nation? Tough to be a winning team with that stat. Also the offense didn’t really light it up in the NMSU win, they had 13 points heading into the 4th and the defense led to 14 points with a pick 6 and a fumble recovery in red zone.stevemaz wrote: ↑Sun Nov 26, 2023 6:26 amthe season came down to one play.. Puma's 8 yard scramble to the 1 yard line vs Auburn. That play ruined the season and there is really no other way to look at it. Next year, i do think Haston will be a viable option as backup QB.Camby4Life wrote: ↑Sat Nov 25, 2023 11:36 pmA win is a win in Vegas but can you really celebrate when the season o/u is 2.5 and we finish 3-9?
NMSU was our best win and UConn was our worst loss. Based on the overall resume of the season, does this team finish closer to the best win or worst loss?
I’ll start the voting my saying we are a true 3-9 team and the UConn loss proved it. Looking back at the schedule and how it played out, we had 1 guaranteed win, 5 guaranteed losses, and 6 winnable games where we only went 2-4.
Yes, the offense would have been more dynamic with a healthy Puma all year, no one is denying that, but it wouldn’t have automatically led to more wins. The offense moved the ball in the few games with Davis slinging it but he threw some bad costly picks. Casula continued to be an awful OC this year.