Florida State rode one of the best offenses of all time to a national championship in 2013. Jameis Winston averaged 10.6 yards per attempt; their top three running backs (Devonta Freeman, Karlos Williams and James Wilder, Jr.) combined to average 6.7 yards per carry; and they had four receivers catch at least seven touchdowns apiece while averaging at least 14.8 yards per reception.
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The Seminoles averaged a staggering 7.7 yards per play, the highest in college football since 2006 and one of the highest mark. That doesn't even sniff what Oklahoma is doing this season.
The Sooners ran 76 plays in their Week 10 win over Oklahoma State, racking up 785 yards of total offense, or 10.3 yards per play. It wasn't the highest yardage total or yards-per-play average in the FBS this season but it did bump their season average to 8.57 yards per play, as noted by Pick Six Previews.
If that holds, they would be the first team since Hawai'i in 2006 (8.58) to average more than eight yards per play, which is also the highest mark in FBS history. Oklahoma hasn't averaged fewer than 7.4 yards per play in any game this season. To put that into perspective, consider this: Only one other team (UCF, 7.9) is averaging at least 7.4 yards per play for the season.
The Baker Mayfield-led Sooners have averaged at last nine yards in four of their nine games and 10 yards three times, including 10.6 vs. Baylor. They lead the FBS in total yards and yards per game and their yards-per-play average more than twice that of UTEP (3.8) and Kent State (4.1).
Oklahoma's Week 11 opponent, TCU, ranks fifth nationally in yards-per-play defense, yielding just 4.4 yards per play this season. What will give on Saturday in Norman?