College Football Offenses Bringing Back Most Firepower for 2016

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College Football Offenses Bringing Back Most Firepower for 2016
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Clemson QB Deshaun Watson and WR Deon Cain

In today's increasingly offensive-minded world of college football, returning talent is at a premium.

There's nothing better in the eyes of a high-powered offense—and its fans—to see a huge amount of talent back on the depth chart after a successful season. Keeping those playmakers together can lead to even bigger and better numbers later in the year.

With the NFL draft deadline for underclassmen already passed and projected 2016 depth charts starting to crop up around the country, let's take a look at nine of college football's best offenses that will be returning the most firepower in 2016.

These choices were determined by the percentage of passing, rushing and receiving yards from the previous season projected to come back for the upcoming season. Returning a top quarterback is vital, but bringing back most of the skill talent around him is even better.

Which experienced 2016 offense are you the most excited to see later this year? Sound off in the comments below.

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