1. P-Rich is the only player opponents have to scheme to stop. 2. The base plays aren't netting us much. I'm not sure much can be done about #1, but #2 has to get fixed. The foundation of an offense is an inside run, an outside run, play action off those looks, and a basic 3 receiver route with someone going deep, someone going intermediate and someone going short -- and the option routes (wheels, screens, etc that come off that base route tree). When the base plays don't work, you can't set the defense up for the other stuff in the play book. A great example from last night was when the reverse pass was easily defended. The defense isn't having to adjust & overcompensate from its base assignments. We're not having enough success from our base offense to put them on their heels and off balance. I think this is an OL issue but also a general problem of very few guys being able to win one-on-one matchups versus PAC-12 talent. Lindgren is handcuffed. EB was last year. I think we need some JUCOs in the upcoming recruiting class. TE, 2 OLs and probably a WR. I'm not sure there's an answer this year except to get incremental improvement day by day to at least become as sound as possible on assignment and technique.