FishDuck: Are the Oregon Ducks Ready To Put Up 50 Per Game in 2016?


The Oregon Ducks Offense has shown over the last few seasons they can put up the points on most opponents, and one site believes that trend will continue this season.

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It would not be much of a surprise to me if that were in fact the case for the 2016 season, and the folks over at FishDuck have the analysis to prove their point. The site is actually going to shift to a more Analysis type format in the coming weeks. Over the last two seasons Oregon has averaged over 44 points per game, of course one season was with Marcus Mariota, the other with Vernon Adams, and now Dakota Prukop likely takes the reigns in 2016.

A good part of their reasoning is the installment of the 4-3 Defense with new Coordinator Brady Hoke. The thought process is the Defense will be disruptive enough to allow the Oregon Offense to take control of the clock and run their what seem to be drives that are within a two minute window.

With the more aggressive Defensives scheme Fishduck breaks things down even farther looking at turnover margin and time of possession by Quarter and in looking at the details it further drives home the point that Oregon’s Offense could be one of the top scoring Offenses in the country again in 2016,

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The Oregon Ducks Football team is now on break following the Annual Spring Game. Fall Camp is just a few months away as the team prepares for the 2016 Season