Looking through the depth chart, it looks like we have 1 freshman, 4 sophmores, 4 juniors and 2 seniors starting on offense and 2 freshman, 4 sophmores, 2 juniors and 3 seniors starting on defense. That seems pretty similar to me, yet the results are anything but. I understand that there are TRUE vs. redshirt freshman getting pt on defense, which accounts for some of the disparity, but how can the offense be among the nations best so young, while the defense is among the nations worst. All of the talk coming in was how complicated RR's offense was and how it would take a few years for it to develop as the right type of players got the right type of experience. So far that has held true and we are starting to see the fruit of their labor. Is our defense that much harder to figure out than our offense? Is the talent better on offense than defense? Or has the coaching been that much better for the offense? In the immortal words of Jerry Seinfeld (or at least Jerry Seinfeld impersonators), "What is the deal?"