This was TCU's first real game. I'm sure the coaches got a lot to look at against Duquesne, but the players were never pushed and the game was never in line. And the officiating was friendlier. Remember how other teams have looked against their first real opponent. Optimistically we will improve a lot on offense, especially passing. The top teams are no longer RTDB! teams. They run because if you don't play the pass they will kill you. The past two years the four teams in the playoffs had more passing yards than running, except for Ohio State who had a little more running yards...but was still #4 nationally throwing the ball. You can be a top Group of 5 team by just being a running team, but to finish in the top 10 and have a chance at the playoffs you must have a real passing game. One dimension and good teams will just crowd the lone of scrimmage like Cal did yesterday and dare you to run the ball. And will play better offenses than Cal. If we want a good season (not a "cockroach" season) we will have to win a shoot-out. You don't win a shoot-out with just a running game.