Louisville put the mediocre Duke performance behind them, to say the least, and the stats echo what the eye test showed. One of the biggest takeaways is how much better the defense played, completely taking NC State’s offense out of the game. Their performance, as indicated in the analysis, made a significant step forward over their performance against Duke.
While the defense made a large improvement, the offense also took a step forward shredding NC State’s defense to a tune of 6.91 yards per play, or a first down every other play. By the numbers, the offensive performance was the third best of the year, behind Clemson and Syracuse. Let’s take a look.
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