5 Offenses College Football Fans Won't Recognize in 2014

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5 Offenses College Football Fans Won't Recognize in 2014
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Florida coach Will Muschamp

Unless you're a fan of Florida State, there are probably some changes you'd like to see occur on your favorite team. Heck, even if you do support the 'Noles, there are always ways to get better in the offseason.

If you had the unfortunate displeasure of rooting for Cal in 2013, you probably want to see the defense not allow more than 45 points per game. But as important as that side of the ball is even in today's high-scoring game, the offense is always going to dominate the headlines.

A change in offensive philosophy is much more likely to stir up discussion than a switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 on defense. So today we're taking a look at offenses that are going to look different when the 2014 season begins.

Sometimes this means the aforementioned change in philosophy, be it a move toward a pro-style, spread or West Coast attack. In other cases, a change in personnel will force the offense to move in a different direction. And finally, some offenses are going to look much different not because they'll be attacking in a new way, but because they'll simply be a heck of a lot better than they were in 2013.

Here now are five such offensive units that fans may not recognize in 2014.


All stats via cfbstats.com unless otherwise noted.

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