Best Overall Offense in the Pac-10 2009

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Best Overall Offense in the Pac-10 2009

It’s college football season again and the Pac-10 is expected to do what it does best: OFFENSE! That being said, there are MANY question marks around the league. Much of the uncertainty is due to the unstable QB situations.

Oregon’s Jeremiah Masoli is expected to be the wind beneath the Ducks’ wings this year as one of the very few QB’s in the league to return from last season. It is ALMOST safe to safe that it doesn’t really matter who starts for the USC Trojans. Their office is known to get things going quickly.

Arizona State has very little experience atop their QB list with one senior and a hand full of Freshman.

OSU’s Senior QB Lyle Moevao returns after a reasonably good year with the assistance of the Rodger brothers. He return of Kevin Riley ought to be good for the Cal Bears. UCLA’s Kevin Crafted a few good games and returns for the Bruins. Still, the future is no clear! Here is how I rank the top Pac-10 Offenses:

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