Predicting College Football's Top 15 Passing Offenses in 2010

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Predicting College Football's Top 15 Passing Offenses in 2010

Though I hail from the land of the Big Ten, watching Lloyd Carr's Michigan teams call run, run, incomplete pass, punt 70 percent of the time didn't brainwash me into the three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust philosophy.

Instead, it taught me there was something more to a college offense: yes, running the ball is important. But passing it is exciting.

I've tried to predict which 15 teams will have the most successful statistical passing games in 2010.

I've weighed the returning starters at quarterback, wide receiver, and tight end (and offensive line, naturally). I've gauged completion percentage, measured wind resistance, and adjusted for inflation.

Then, I threw all that out, and came up with this.

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