A couple of weeks ago I showed that Oregon only had the nation's second best offense. Apparently they took this personally as they have now had the top offensive performance two weeks in a row and have now surpassed Kansas State as the nation's premiere offense (and, arguably, the best overall team). Last week the Ducks edged out Texas A&M's performance against Auburn to post the best offensive performance of the season. Oregon's work against Cal was not quite of the same caliber this week, but they were again able to edge out the Aggies by the smallest of margins.
Speaking of Aggies, Johnny Manziel and company finished in the top two for the third week in a row. To put their 1.08 EP3 in perspective, LSU managed only a .04 in their near upset of the Tide. While Oregon has regained its throne as the best offense in the country, Texas A&M has now claimed the #2 spot (and #4 overall behind Alabama and Kansas State).
The Longhorns have returned to form. Arizona posted a massive 3.47 against the worst college football team ever from a program that has recently produced nationally competitive squads. Syracuse did a number on Louisville, and that number was 2.74, and the other number was 1, as in not 0.