The old saying that defense wins championships is true, but you can’t win too many college football games without an elite offense.
Scoring points is the name of the game, and knowing the best college football offenses will help you win your bets. Read up on the latest offensive college football betting trends from these top units.
1. Pitt Panthers
The 2021 Pitt Panthers boast the most productive offense in the NCAA. Through the first ten weeks, they’ve averaged a remarkable 45 points a game.
Why is Pitt so explosive? Offensive coordinator Mark Whipple designed an offense that suits the skill-set of senior QB Kenny Pickett.
Pickett can make all the throws, and he’s finding receivers like Taysir Mack open downfield. He’s shown maturity and poise in the pocket, but he’s not afraid to pick up tough yards on the ground.
This year, Pickett passed Dan Marino for Pitt’s all-time touchdown pass record. By year’s end, he may sit atop Pitt’s all-time passing yard list. He’s second only to Alex Van Pelt.
Kenny also plays an immaculate game. Despite playing behind an average college football offensive line, he’s thrown for 29 TDs and only three interceptions through Week 10.
2. Ohio State Buckeyes
The college football world keeps waiting for Ohio State to fall. Every year they find a way to remain elite, and 2021 is no different. They trail Pitt’s production by only a fraction, averaging 44.9 points per game.
Rancho Cucamonga native and redshirt freshman C.J. Stroud leads the Buckeyes attack. This year, he’s thrown for 25 TDs and a staggering 2,675 yards.
Stroud isn’t the only threat. Freshman RB TreVeyon Henderson presents a challenge on the ground as he’s averaging a hefty per carry of 7.3 yards.
What’s truly frightening is the potential of this OSU offense. Given that Stroud and Henderson are freshmen, the future college football rankings look bright for the Buckeyes.
3. Wake Forest Demon Deacons
The college football rankings abhor a vacuum. So Clemson’s 2021 tumble in the ACC Atlantic Division meant gains for another program. But that doesn’t mean the Wake Forest Demon Deacons aren’t worthy.
The Wake Forest offense averages 44.7 points per game. The straw stirring the Demon Deacons’ offensive cocktail is offensive coordinator Warren Ruggiero.
Ruggiero’s offense is a multi-headed, mutant hybrid of the spread, run-pass, and triple options. With the right talent like QB Sam Hartman, this offense takes the word explosive to a new level.
How explosive are the Demon Deacons? In a game this season against Army, they scored 70 points despite only possessing the ball for a total of 17 minutes and 17 seconds.
4. Alabama Crimson Tide
Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide roll every year. Saban’s run as Alabama head coach is an unparalleled feat in modern sports, and there hasn’t been a season where they aren’t a contender for the NCAA football crown.
This year, Alabama’s offense averages 43 points per game. There are concerns about the viability of the Tide offense as we advance.
Last week, the Alabama offense rushed for only 6 yards against an average LSU team.
If this trend continues, expect Alabama’s offensive numbers to drop as teams will sell out on the pass and make the Tide try to win on the ground.
The Best College Football Offenses in Week 11
All four of these teams can give a defensive coordinator fits. But, whether it’s Pickett’s arm or Wake Forest’s innovations, these best college football offenses are always a good bet to go over.
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