If you've ever watched an Oregon football game, you don't need a playbook to recognize some of the go-to plays used by the Ducks' high-flying offense.
While the offense has shown the ability to successfully move the ball in any situation, it's the four or five bread-and-butter plays that truly put the defense on its heels.
What makes this more impressive is the fact that much of the defensive game-planning is likely geared toward stopping these plays, and yet, the Ducks have continued to run one of the best offenses in the country.
Sure, Oregon has its share of trick plays and home run hitters, but for quarterback Marcus Mariota, the key to a great game is getting in rhythm early.
Here are Mariota's five go-to plays that you're likely to see every time the Ducks step on the field.
Note: These are general terms for the routes/plays. They obviously have their own names in Oregon's playbook, which I'm not privy to.