And things didn't improve after the restart as Rokodugini grabbed his second try of the game and Ford kept the scoreboard ticking over with his boot to open up a 21-0 lead for Bath.
And even when Jonah Holmes crossed for his first-ever Aviva Premiership try to give Wasps something to shout about, Matt Garvey ensured the visitors had the last laugh as he grabbed his first league score for Bath with just minutes left.
Bath's 28-5 victory was their biggest ever at Adams Park and Young admitted that he will be looking for a response from his troops when they travel to London Irish next weekend.
"I can't offer any excuses, I thought Bath were good but we made them look a lot better than they actually were," Young said.
"They didn't really have to fight too hard for it and that is a disappointing factor.
"It was pretty much an unacceptable performance and that is what I said to the players.
"Next week now it is a real show of character, a real show of belief and a real show of quality because we lacked quality in everything we did here.
"Up front we were second best and really struggled and when we had the ball, at least on six occasions we never got past four phases so we ended up defending for long periods and if you give Bath opportunity after opportunity at some stage they are going to get over the line."
As for Bath this was their seventh win in all competitions as they climbed back up to third in the table.
And head coach Mike Ford was full of praise for his troops' professionalism in convincingly putting Wasps to the sword in their own back yard.
"I thought we were very professional right up to the very end," he said.
"The first half I thought they won the breakdown and we couldn't get anything going but we dominated at the set piece which is always handy.
"It was good to go 11-0 up and it was important then to win the second half, not necessarily on the scoreboard but not letting them back in it.
"They did miss a few kicks at goal which helped but it was a very professional and clinical performance."
London Wasps: Daly; Holmes, Jacobs, Bell, Bassett; Goode (Carlisle 65), Simpson (Davies 51); Mullan (McIntyre 63), Festuccia (Cochrane 61), Swainston (Taylor 53); Palmer, Myall (Launchbury 44); Johnson, Jones (Thompson 63), Hughes (Haskell 40)
Bath Rugby: Abendanon; Rokoduguni, Joseph (Watson 63), Devoto, Banahan; Ford (Heathcote 74), Stringer (Roberts 57); Catt (Batty 69), Webber (Beech 69), Wilson (Orlandi 69); Hooper (Day 51), Attwood; Garvey, Fearns, Houston
Tries: Rokoduguni 2, Garvey
Conversions: Ford, Heathcote
Penalties: Ford 2
Drop goals: Ford
Referee: Luke Pearce