Wooster runs more plays than anybody else in the league. 79 plays per game. More plays equals more yards. The Scots took 92 plays (92!!) to get those 426 yards against Wabash. Just 78 plays against Witt to the 386 yards, but that 4.9 ypp average is below the season average for Wooster.
Since it's the off-season and we don't have anything better to talk about, I'll start this discussion. Tempo shouldn't matter in yards. We realize that Wooster isn't the most efficient offense in the NCAC. But, they're probably not trying to be, either. That's their system. If I run 90 4 yard plays to get to 360 yards in a game, am I doing worse than the team that runs 50 7 yard plays to get to roughly the same number? I don't think a team should be penalized for implementing that system. Everybody wishes they could be Oregon, but if you don't have the dudes, you're going to have to chip away. I'd love for my team to average 7 yards per play. But, I don't have Reed Florence.
It's offensive improvement. I don't see why we should poo-poo them for electing to do it with tempo.