2007 Hawaii Warriors - Led once again by Colt Brennan, the Warriors breezed through the regular season undefeated. Statistically, the offense scored on average (56.4), higher then the 2006 team, but became more reliant on the passing game in the process. The offense averaged only 68.3 rushing yards per game in 2007.
2005 Louisville Cardinals - Led by Brian Brohm and Michael Bush, the Cardinals were balanced offensively averaging 309.2 yards passing and 188.5 yards rushing during the 2005 season. The team finished 9-3 with a loss to Virginia Tech in the Gator Bowl.
2008 Florida Gators - On their way to a BCS National Championship, the Gators averaged 43.6 points per game on the season. Led by Tim Tebow the offense averaged 445 offense yards in 2008.
2005 Arizona State Sun Devils - A far cry from the present, the Sun Devil offense averaged 537.4 yards on offense and 36.8 points per game on their way to a 7-5 season.
2005 Michigan State Spartans - It's hard to believe that a team could average 512.9 yards on offense and only score an average of 33.8 points per game. The Spartans were awarded for their poor efficiency with a 5-6 record on the season.
2007 Texas Tech Red Raiders - Much like the following season, the Red Raiders were led by Graham Harrell, and the fabulous freshman Michael Crabtree. The squad went 9-4 with a victory over Virginia in the Gator Bowl.
2008 Tulsa Golden Hurricanes - After an 8-0 start to the season, the Golden Hurricanes played mediocre ball to finish the year at 11-3. The offense averaged 47.2 points per game, and 569.9 yards of offense per game.
2008 Houston Cougars - The 2008 version of Houston was explosive on offense yet still only managed to go 8-5 on the season. Case Keenum and company averaged 562.8 yards of offense, with a 161.2 coming from the running game.