If we really performed that poorly, the only way is up.
It's a long season and a lot can happen.
We have studs at running back (Murray) and wide receiver (Broyles)
For me, this season is channeling 2006. Paul Thompson was an adequate quarterback, but not a game-changer. We had a phenomenal running back in AD, and some solid wide receivers. We lost a couple high profile games (at Oregon, and the RRS), but wound up bouncing back and making the Fiesta Bowl. That team started off looking pretty mediocre, needing a 4th quarter comeback to beat UAB at home. However, the team gradually improved and came together as the season progressed, and it all worked out in the end.