As of Sunday evening, Gundy had only seen the score and some highlights of Maryland's 37-0 shutout of the Cowboys' next opponent, West Virginia. He plans to watch the film of that game Monday morning.
Because he hadn't dissected that tape, Gundy said he could not assess or offer a reason for the struggles of the Mountaineers' offense this season under Dana Holgorsen, the man who installed the Air Raid spread system at OSU before moving on to Morgantown.
The Mountaineers, who are attempting to replace former stars Geno Smith, Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey, currently rank 108th in the nation in scoring offense (18 points per game), 73rd in the nation in total offense (393.8 yards per game) and are tied for 120th out of 123 teams with 12 turnovers lost.
“I guess, at any time, anybody probably has the capability of not playing as well on offense as they would want to,” Gundy said.