It will take about 4800 yards or 400 yards per game of total offense for UF to rise to a rank of about 59th of out around 130 teams nationally in team total offense. That would also put UF right at the average (399 yards) for the SEC which would rank about 8th in the conference. This is not a thread to bash the former offense or coaches, but rather a thread to see what might get UF to that number so we can track this a bit during the season. Going game by game with the schedule this would get UF to 4800 yards in total offense: Charleston So: 600 yards UK: 400 yards Co State: 500 yards at UTn: 400 yards at Miss State: 300 yards LSU: 300 yards Vandy: 400 yards UGa: 300 yards UMo: 400 yards SoCar: 300 yards UAB: 600 yards FSU: 300 yards Certainly there are other combination, but if UF gets through game 5 with less than 2,000 yards in total offense, UF will not likely make 4,800 yards for the season. If you compare these numbers to what UF did last year for the 8 opponents from last year that UF plays this year plus Miss State this year compared to aTm last year UF is only down 6 yards of total offense from these projections. Of course that UF was 71 yards was UF gaining 371 yards against aTm. One thing these numbers point out to me is that the prior regime rarely got big yardage against the easy opponents but were stuffed by the really good opponents. Against the middle of the pack guys UF did about what was expected. Against Michigan (192 yards), UGa (249 yards) and FSU (280) yards last year UF stuffed as in past seasons. Then against UAB (409 yards) UF never got the 500 or 600 yards a good offense gets to have a solid total yardage ranking. As I said above, you can use this to see how the season is going. I have UF with 2,200 yards of total offense in the first 5 games. Again as I said above, if UF is below 2,000 yards, UF will likely never catch up. If UF has 800 yards against Charleston So. and Co State, then this season is not going great offensively. On the other hand if UF is gaining 350 or so yards against MSU, LSU, UGa, SoCar and FSU, then the offense is showing improvement.