College Football 2011: Ranking the Pac-12's Best Rushing Attacks

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College Football 2011: Ranking the Pac-12's Best Rushing Attacks

Which team in the Pac-12 has the best rushing attack (as a team)?

Rushing attacks are measured in yards per game (YPG).

Teams strive for a balanced attack: 50 percent rush, 50 percent pass.

Some teams have one great running back, while some rotate many.

Some teams have to rely on an incoming freshman or two, rather than experienced returners who are lost to graduation or the NFL.

Even adjusting to a new offensive coordinator (and his new system) usually has a negative impact on output (in YPG) for the first year or two.

This article ranks (in reverse order) the top 12 rushing attacks in the Pac-12 for 2011.

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