The Demon Deacons might need to look to cultivate more big-play options so if receiver Chris Givens is slowed down it doesn't bog down the entire offense.
Givens was held to 42 receiving yards in a 49-24 loss at North Carolina on Oct. 29.
"We just have to get back to our bread and butter," receiver Terence Davis said. "We have a lot of talent out there."
Givens leads the Atlantic Coast Conference with 116 receiving yards per game even though his streak of 100-yard bursts ended at four in a row.
"As we saw this last week, the success of the team depends a lot on how well I play," Givens said.
The Demon Deacons have relied on numerous big gains this season, perhaps creating an identity of a big-play offense. Much of that has revolved around Givens.
Givens has racked up 926 receiving yards through eight games, putting him sixth on the school's all-time single-season list.
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