Tom Holmoe likes talking football; you can hear it when he speaks in depth about BYU's offense: "There were times last year that we didn't feel we could throw the ball as effectively as we could run it, so we ran it. It fared well for us in some games, and in some games, it's a tough strategy to have. The coaching staff right now is looking at ways in which we can enhance our abilities to move the chains and score. I thought we had a ton of yardage last year, but we didn't necessarily have that yardage at the right time against the right people and in perfect situations. Those are things that we study all off-season, and try to come back with answers, so that we can scored touchdowns instead of field goals and field goals instead of nothing. It just seemed like there were times when we were three-and-out or had short drives when we should have longer drives. This isn't anything that wouldn't be the goals and desires of any team that wasn't really great last year, offensively. I thought we did some great things and some things that we need a lot of help with."