Here are the three years for Mike MacIntyre at San Jose State: YearW/LOff YPGOff PPGDEF YPGDEF PPGNET YPGNET PPG201210-244634.834521.310113.520115-737924.542630.3-47-5.820101-1231516.146434.7-149-18.6 Obviously, a nice turnaround on both side of the ball. Now my question was, what will likely happen, and what can happen here at CU and in the Pac-12 conference. First, here are the last four years with the same data points: YearCoachW/LOFF YPGOFF PPGDEF YPGDEF PPGNET YPGNET PPG2013MM4-836022.450842.5-148-20.12012JE1-1129916.949147.5-192-30.92011JE3-1034619.843936.5-93-16.72010DH5-736524.240230.8-36-6.6 Clearly, we turned the corner after 3 years in free fall, on everything except for defensive yards per game allowed. However, if you look at the net yards and net points, CU was about equal to the 2010 year at SJSU (without a soft non Pac-12 schedule we would probably have had closer to another 1 - 12 season). Our offense improved much more significantly than our defense. The question is, can both sides step it up further this season, and by how much? I will follow up with an additional post with my predictions for 2014 and 2015, and why.