mine is the special teams--particularly punting as well as k/o and punt returns
If the offense is clicking on all cylinders, then let them try to methodically drive the ball down the field. The teams that were able to do that at the end of last season (Louisville, UConn, BC) scored 28 / 23 / 16 points - if the offense is clicking they can easily outscore teams utilizing that strategy.Stopping the run will be my biggest concern... this is a problem that snowballs into demoralizing long drives, chewing up time off the clock, and field position. If WFU is able to run the ball and consistently get first downs, that will be a big problem. Even if our offense is clicking on all cylinders, our chances to outscore them in a game like that are minimized due to a smaller number of chances to put points on the board.
I am with a bunch of others in this thread. I am concerned about stopping a power run attack, over and over, like last year, when we never came up with a way to stop it.