It was a fierce defensive effort that finally gave strength Georgia Last season was the first national tournament in over 40 years – but still, crime is a major theme in today’s era of college football.
The country has extremely powerful offensive counterfeits and will be in full display as the season begins in the coming months.
But which offensive unit will be the best next season?
It is never too early to take a look.
In 2021, USC went 4-8, but was appointed head coach at Lincoln Riley, known as one of the main offensive minds in college football. Riley brought a number of offensive weapons to play for him in Oklahoma, including standout freshman Caleb Williams and wide receiver Mario Williams.
Last season, Riley’s Sooners were ranked in the NCAA with points per game (39.1), 18th pass yard per game (451.0), and 33rd pass yard per game. Oklahoma generally took care of the ball below the relay, making just 12 turnovers throughout the season, finishing 13th in college football. When he reached the Sooners and Zones, he scored 75.8%, which was the second best in college football. Oklahoma’s high-powered offense scored 40 or more points in six of his 13 games last season.
Riley hopes his offensive skills will translate into USC for the 2022 season. USC ranked 65th (28.7) last season and 23rd overall (443.9) per game.
wet miss rebel
Miss is sixth in the game yard with a weight of 492.5, 11th in the rushing yards per game (218.5) and 22nd in the pass yard. With the arrival of former USC quarterback Jackson Dart, former quarterback Matt Coral’s offense should be kept at least the same as last season.
Rebel was a high-scoring offense, scoring 30 or more points in seven of 13 games and making rapid progress, creating a second-ranked game per game (78.2). More plays usually meant more turnover, but Wet Miss kept her turnover low and ranked Oklahoma 13th in college football (12).
Ohio State Buckeyes
The Buckeyes were embarrassed by the college football playoff berth, ranked sixth in the AP poll. He was the pinnacle of college football in terms of crime, leading the country in yards per game (45.7) and per game (561.2) yards. In addition, Ohio State averages 380.0 pass yards per game, third in college football and third in passing yards per game. The Buckeye offense scored 40 or more points in nine of 13 games and 50 or more points in six.
In all of those offenses, Ohio State defended the ball, spinning the ball only 11 times throughout the season, the ninth-lowest in the NCAA.
Alabama crimson tide
Alabama is considered a division of college football and is understandable. After completing the 2021 season as runners-up, Alabama is set to return to form in 2022 after losing to Georgia in the National Championship Games.
Last season, Tide was a balanced offense, ranking sixth in points per game (39.9), seventh in per game yard (488.2), seventh in passing yard per game (338.2) and second in college football. (48). He scored 40 or more points in nine of 15 matches.
Notably, The Tide will return its Heisman-winner, AP Player of the Year quarterback, Bryce Young.
Is Texas finally back? After completing an unscheduled season in 2021, head coach Steve Sarkesian has brought some big fish to Austin, Texas.
The headliner for Texas ’promising turnaround is his new transfer quarterback from Ohio State, Queen Evers, who has been a top-ranking quarterback since leaving high school in Southlake, TX. Not to mention, Texas still has Bijan Robinson.
Texas expects an average of 35.3 points per game, ranking 18th in college football and fourth in the red zone touchdown percentage, with a touchdown score of 74.5% on red zone trips. Longhorn scored the third-highest score in a single game after scoring 70 at Texas Tech in 2021.
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