The 36 ppg in 2022 was the most the FSU football offense has averaged since the 2013 National Championship team. It was among the most explosive in the nation checking, at No. 7 nationally at 6.96 yards per play.
The rushing offense ranked No. 8 at 5.47 yards per rush and tied for No. 15 nationally with 15 rushing touchdowns.
The offense ranked No. 4 nationally at 51.19 percent third down conversions, and the passing offense tied for No. 6 nationally with 8.9 yards per pass attempt.
Their QB rating ranked No. 14 nationally at 157, and all of this was with the offensive starters sitting for much of the second half in several games.
As lethal as the offense was, it had some flaws which cost the Noles at least two wins in the middle part of the season.
They failed to show up against a mediocre Wake Forest defense and got shut out in the second half against NC State. Their failures in certain parts of the Clemson game did them no favors, and there’s always room for improvement.
FSU coaches recognized those flaws and made additional roster improvements to minimize them. Let’s look at three areas the FSU offense can improve to be unstoppable in 2023.