Oregon’s offense under Kenny Dillingham this season is certainly imaginative.

That was a word linebacker Noah Sewell used Saturday to describe the Ducks’ attack after a 49-10 win over Colorado. Sewell scored Oregon’s third touchdown of the game, lining up as a fullback and powering his way into the endzone from 1 yard out.

“This is the first offense I’ve ever been with that creates so many plays out of whatever the imagination is,” he told reporters after the game. “It makes us have fun, which is good for the team. I just love it.”

Oregon’s first three scores were all creative in their own ways. The first was a touchdown throw to offensive lineman Josh Conerly Jr. The second was a touchdown throw from running back Bucky Irving to quarterback Bo Nix. The third went to Sewell.

The Ducks scored four more times in the game while putting up 479 yards of offense. It was the eighth straight game this season where Oregon has topped 40 points, and the sixth straight game with at least 450 yards of offense.

Oregon topped 40 points all of three times last year. It had more than 450 yards five times. In fact, in the previous three seasons, Oregon scored 40 points or more seven total times in 35 games.

The Ducks gave up close to 400 yards to Colorado, but they forced three turnovers and turned the Buffs away scoreless on both of their trips to the red zone. Having the kind of offense Oregon boasts now certainly helps embolden the defense. That working relationship has led to five straight double-digit wins.

Oregon is rolling and, according to Sewell, having more fun than it has in years.