ESPN: Oregon Ducks Rush To The Top Of Pac-12 Best Offenses


The Pac-12 over the last several seasons has belonged to one team, the Oregon Ducks, at least when it comes to Offense. In a recent breakdown of Pac-12 Offenses, ESPN and Ted Miller broke down the average by points per game and Oregon held close to a ten point margin of victory over Conference opponents.

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Miller believes that Oregon will again be a powerhouse for the upcoming season and I agree with him. With one of the best Wide Receiver groups in the Conference and the country, the only real question is who will get them the ball. If it turns out to be Vernon Adams this team could be pretty dangerous.

Returning Starters for the Oregon Ducks include household names Royce Freeman and Tyler Johnstone. Bralon Addison will also be back giving the Pac-12 Champions an additional eight-hundred yards of receiving experience.

As one would expect, the USC Trojans are second on the list with eight returning starters and no real questions concerning talent. Cody Kessler returns at Quarterback. Miller points out the strength of the Trojans is their Offensive Line, which could go a long way for them this season in determining how it all shakes out.

California, Arizona, UCLA, and Arizona State rounded out the list of Best Offenses in the Pac-12 Conference for 2015.

The Oregon Ducks kick off the season on Saturday, September 5th hosting Eastern Washington at Autzen Stadium(5pm Pacific Time, Pac-12 Networks)

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