So, with the big exposure of the Oregon play-calling cards both during the game,and later on Sportscenter, I did a little searching to see if I could find anything that explained the Oregon play signs and found the following:
Seems like this is a big reason why the Ducks are averaging around 15 seconds in between the end of a play and the next snap. I wonder if this will catch on more over the years. The great part is, it's all a big inside joke type of deal, and there doesn't seem to be any way to decipher it if you're an opposing coach; tonight Oregon used the same signal boards multiple times and ran different plays each time. I know Chip Kelly learned this offense from Coach Rod, but it seems so much more different and creative; I would love to see us hit this type of tempo, it's other-worldly.