The blinding speed of the University of Oregon's top-ranked football team will again be on display this weekend when they play Southern California.
The conventional wisdom is that the key to Oregon's success is a fast offense. So fast, in fact, that players often get confused and attempt plays that are yet to happen.
The truth is that Oregon's offense is not that fast -- the other teams are simply terribly overweight, out-of-shape and lethargic.
"It's not rocket science," said Oregon Coach Chip Kelly. "If your men are spending too much time at the all-you-care-to-eat buffet and not enough time on the practice field, then we will run circles around you."