Wake Forest football’s offense was expected to be the best it has been in the Dave Clawson era this season.
But none of us really knew how much potential this offense had prior to the season.
In fact, if offensive coordinator Warren Ruggiero had opened up the playbook more before the Louisville game and been a little more aggressive, Wake Forest could easily be sitting at 9 or 10 wins. But that is another story for another time.
A large portion of the credit for this improvement by the offense goes to the offensive line. The line had been one of the biggest weaknesses in each of Clawson’s first three seasons, and now has proven to be one of the best offensive lines in the ACC.
The line only gave up a total of 17 sacks for 101 yards this season, which is a little under 1.5 sacks per game.


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