Oregon vs. West Virginia: Which Offense Is Better?

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Oregon vs. West Virginia: Which Offense Is Better?
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West Virginia. Oregon. Passing. Running. Two offenses that get the job done in very different ways but stand as the third- and seventh-ranked units respectively. They are explosive and have weapons that get fans up out of their seats.

Chip Kelly and Dana Holgorsen are two of the finest offensive minds in the game today and watching them work their magic is quite impressive. For Kelly, it comes from his Ducks working the run game to open things up all over the field. In the case of Holgorsen, we're seeing a revamped form of the Air Raid attack that leaves defenses scratching their heads as receiver, after receiver gets open down the field.

Both units are equally frustrating for the opposition and their fans, but which squad truly has the edge as far as offenses go? This is more than just a total yardage or points question, we'll look at the pieces to put together this puzzle. 

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