Oklahoma football has wielded an explosive offense since quarterback Baker Mayfield took over for the Sooners. This year, Bleacher Report expects it to be college football's best.
David Kenyon ranked the top 25 offenses in college football on Friday, and came up with a pretty interesting list, featuring a number of less traditional schools. However, the Sooners, which have dominated the Big 12 as of late, come out on top.
From Bleacher Report:
Even after losing Dede Westbrook, Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon, Oklahoma has a promising receiving corps that includes Mark Andrews, Kentucky transfer Jeff Badet and Jeffery Mead. Running back is a bit of a concern, but the Sooners have so many options with a quarterback and coordinator, Lincoln Riley, who will relentlessly pick apart any defense.
The rest of the top five features three 'Group of Five' programs:
3. Oklahoma State
The best offense for every other Power Five conference:
Lamar Jackson can shred a defense both on the ground and through the air. In his first season as a full-time starter, Jackson amassed 5,114 yards of total offense and 41 touchdowns.
Big Ten: Penn State
Saquon Barkley. Simple as that. No running back in the country is more versatile than the junior, who totaled 1,972 yards from scrimmage and 22 touchdowns last year.
Even in a disappointing year, Oregon finished with the 18th-highest yards per play. Plus, the adjustment to Willie Taggart's system won't be anywhere near as dramatic as most coaching changes demand.
Auburn has an established one-two punch in the backfield and up front. Kamryn Pettway ran for 1,224 yards and seven touchdowns despite battling injuries, and Kerryon Johnson collected 895 yards and 11 scores.
For the Top 25 and Kenyon's full analysis, head to Bleacher Report.