In the high-scoring world of college football, to struggle offensively is a relative term.
In 2013 nearly half of the 126 FBS programs averaged 30 points a game or more, and scoring 20 points per game could still land you in the bottom 20 of the national rankings. And from a yardage standpoint the numbers were even more outlandish, with more than 70 teams gaining 400-plus yards per game.
But even with all those beefed-up statistics and overworked scoreboards, a number of teams will find it difficult to keep up with the Baylors and Oregons. That includes some programs that are expected to contend for division or conference titles, meaning some teams might have to (egads!) rely on defense to be successful during the 2014 season.
Whether it's because of roster attrition through graduation, early departure or transfers, changes to staff or just a poor offensive scheme, these are the 12 most notable teams that will struggle on offense in 2014.