Coach Pri on Twitter: Now first off, it's pre-season workouts. So reading too much into anything at this point would be a huge mistake. That said, I'm encouraged by this news -- mainly because I thought with SHT back, shifting Dufault to PF and Alec (who I loved) gone, our defense was set to take a step forward this year while offense was going to take a step back. For a little background, here's KenPom.com's Offensive & Defensive efficiency ratings from last season (points per 100 possessions. BTW, the national average is 101.3): OffensiveDefensiveDifferenceColorado117.3102.4+14.9Arizona117.396.4+20.9Arizona St102.899.7+3.1Cal109.398.9+10.4Oregon105.698.1+7.5Oregon St100.7100.9-0.2Stanford103.297.6+5.6UCLA107.293.2+14.0USC106.192.1+14.0Utah100.999.3+1.6Washington117.894.7+23.1Washington St106.594.0+12.5 Now looking over those numbers, offensively we would have been tied for second in the conference in offensive efficiency last year, but would have been dead last in defense. I feel safe saying that we will not be as bad defensively this year as we were last year. So while our offensive production will come back to Earth a bit this year (I would still plug us at +2-3 above the national average to be honest), I think our defense will dramatically improve as well. So am I reading too much into a simple tweet here? Possibly. But if I'm not, and our offense stays in the top half of the conference and our defense joins it up there, we could be looking at a great season.