College football or the NFL? This long-debated question has spawned endless debates that have no right answer, as inevitably both sides will stay split. While I prefer the NFL, I can't help but gravitate towards the offensive schemes at the college level.
As a former spread option quarterback, I have a special spot in my heart for college football and get almost as excited seeing a perfectly executed midline read as I do a new batch of Kate Upton pictures.
Now that the REAL college football season has gotten underway (personally I think Alabama's 48-7 nail-biter over Kent State was good enough to crown them the champs), more of a premium will be put on offensive (and defensive) execution, which places all the more premium on having a successful scheme being called by a great play-caller.
A few notable omissions:
Chris Ault's Pistol: The "Pistol" is a formation and not an offense, which people don't realize.
Bobby Petrino's Hybrid: I like Petrino's offense and scheme, but it isn't unique enough to make the list.
So with that, I give you my favorite offenses in college football, in reverse order: