It is the spread and shred offense, and is shines brightly from Eugene Oregon casting it's divine beauty across the college football world.
It is the middle of the fourth quarter, and Chip Kelly's squad is winding down the latest clubbing, this time of UCLA. Now this isn't a huge accomplishment (unless you're Texas. ZING.) because UCLA really isn't a good team. They have little to no pass offense
Yet, the beauty of the Oregon attack is independent of the opponent because Oregon's offense operates at such a high level that the other eleven players on the field hardly matter. They move up and down the field like ghosts. Never a play for loss, never a bad read, and rarely a dropped pass. They simply execute on a level that seems almost above what humanity is capable of. Their current drive chart features eleven drives that read like this: TD, TD, TD, TD, FG, TD, turnover on downs, TD, TD, punt, TD.