If you haven't heard yet, the Oregon Ducks have one heck of an offense.
The Ducks have come out of the gates scorching on offense (scoring 120 points and totaling 1,167 yards in their first two matchups) and stingy on defense (holding New Mexico and Tennessee to a total of 13 points).
The Oregon offense is as efficient as it has ever been since the Chip Kelly era began, which is saying a lot considering since the 2007 season the Ducks have not averaged less than 36 points per game. This season, the Ducks are second in the nation in points per game (60) and yards per game (584).
The biggest reason for Oregon's early success this year is the dynamic duo at running back. LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner have fueled the explosive offense and make the team indefensible. By having at least one of them on the field at all times, the Ducks have legitimate touchdown threats no matter where the line of scrimmage may be.