WVU and MIZZ shows you what you can do with a spread offense. They had the talent on the line and at the skilled positions. Plus they had speed on defense. Hawaii and Illinois show you what can happen when you don't have the talent across the line with the spread. Stop the run and pressure the QB, the spread can have problems. The spread is what teams are "going to", but there could be problems, talent wise. Not sure how you would classify BP's offense, but it needs a quality QB and RB. Brohm is a quality passer, and Bush was a true runner. Here's looking to spring practice.