NCAA Football Predictions: 15 Offenses That Will Dominate in 2011

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NCAA Football Predictions: 15 Offenses That Will Dominate in 2011
Oregon tailback LaMichael James

As spring college football fever concludes across the national landscape, fans, journalists and coaches are all given a taste of the future of their respective programs for the upcoming fall season. Although the quarterbacks are clad in non-contact jerseys, players are rarely wearing full pads, and big hits are few and far between on the practice field, we at least have a taste of what to expect from the offenses from a strategic standpoint when the teams reconvene late in the summer.

This slideshow is a list of 15 of the most prolific offenses predicted to finish atop the Football Bowl Subdivision in 2011. The rankings were based on returning starters, the amount of injuries to key personnel that could linger into September, as well as the strength of schedule.

Let’s start with the program that turned heads in the BCS Championship game, and returns two of the most dynamic players at their respective positions in the nation. 

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