College football is gradually progressing to the point where rushing the ball is a thing of the past.
Purists may cry out at this change, and teams like Stanford, Wisconsin and Alabama have proven that the old methods are tried and true, but for every program that runs a power offense, there is an Oregon or Texas A&M waiting in the wings.
The nine offenses on this list are the ones that are, for the most part, obsolete, but which we would love to see make a comeback at the collegiate level.
This desire to see these offenses return is due to their emphasis on the power run game and sheer domination of an opponent.
While some are used occasionally, usually as a gimmick, for the most part, these offenses have faded into the annals of college football history, never to make a big time return, unless Barry Alvarez gets to run the college football universe for an extended period of time.