College football has become an offense-dominated sport thanks to a vast collection of uptempo attacks. Pro-style systems still have value, but flashy numbers pop up all over the country.
Most units expected to grab the nation’s attention in 2017 return their starting quarterback. That’s not a requirement to be considered one of the 25 best as the season approaches, but it typically doesn’t hurt to bring back a familiar gunslinger.
Rather than projecting the sheer volume of yardage, we’re also factoring in efficiency with yards per snap as a means to adjust for pace. The rankings are also adjusted for competition.
We’re breaking down the most notable pieces of each top 25 offense, focusing on a combination of the quarterback, running backs, receiving corps, offensive line and coaching.
Source: Bleacher Report-CFB News