With the Blue Devils preparing for their next Coastal Division test at Pittsburgh Nov. 1, we break down how Duke's offense has performed this season and keys going forward. This week, The Blue Zone will break down all three phases of the game, so check back tomorrow for the update on the Blue Devil defense.
Three key numbers:
33.6: The Blue Devils are averaging 33.6 points per game, which is good for fifth in the ACC and 44th in the FBS. A balanced offensive attack has allowed them to put points on the board and the team has scored 40 or more points three times this season. The offense benefitted from playing a weak non-conference schedule early in the season, as it has only averaged 20.3 points per game against ACC opponents.
218.0: Led by running backs Josh Snead, Shaquille Powell, Joseph Ajeigbe and Shaun Wilson, the ground game has averaged 218.0 yards per game, paving the way for the Duke offense so far this season... Read more