Friday Q&A: April 11, 2014

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1: What has to happen for this team to surprise to the upside?

Chris Coleman: That’s a great question. I suppose to answer it accurately we would have to decide what our expectations are for the season, but at this point we don’t know who the quarterback is going to be, we don’t know the pecking order at tailback, and we don’t know who is going to be handling field goals and extra points. I really don’t know what to expect from this team from a record standpoint.

Salemite had a good quote on the subscribers board last night: “We’re overdue to overachieve.”

I’m in agreement with him. It’s tough to overachieve when you are picked at or near the top of the ACC every year, but still, it’s been awhile since I feel like we got more from the team than we should have gotten.

For that to happen this year, I feel like a few things need to happen:

A) Win the turnover battle. Again, Tech didn’t turn it over in close wins over Georgia Tech, UNC and Pitt. They turned it over