With the offense performing the way it has in practice, many are left to wonder where it will rank in the country.
The easy answer is that if Nick Foles is able to perform well and health does not become an issue, there is little reason to think there will be many offenses better than Arizona's.
For starters, the depth at running back is fantastic. Should Nic Grigsby go down, the UA still has four very legitimate options.
There are not many teams, if any, in the country that can say the same thing. Even without injury, Arizona is expected to use plenty of depth in the backfield.
At receiver, it is not impossible to believe that the UA will actually be better than last season.
Sure, it lost Terrell Turner and Delashaun Dean, but at this point it does not look like they would have been that much better than Tyler Slavin and Austin Hill.
The crazy part about that is that both players will likely redshirt because of guys like Richard Morrison and Gino Crump.
To say Arizona is loaded at the position would be an understatement, as it has plenty of flexibility at receiver.
Simply put, Arizona's offense is ready to make a major impact and it will be interesting to see if it can meet expectations.
If it can, the offense will likely be considered one of the best in the country.
Offense could be one of the best
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