continues to be a terrible situation. Ball security dammit!
Sunday Morning Stats - 11/7/10
The good, the bad and the ugly, presented without comment.
|RedZone - TD||78.05%||2nd|
|RedZone - Score||87.80%||27th|
|3rd Down Conversions||48.31%||21st|
|4th Down Conversions||66.67%||21st|
|Pass Eff Def||144.29||101st|
|RedZone Def - TD||69.23%||101st|
|RedZone Def - Score||87.18%||92nd|
|3rd Down Conversions Def||43.94%||95th|
|4th Down Conversions Def||70.00%||108th|
|Punt Returning (Yds/Ret)||6.00||95th|
|Kick Returning (Yds/Ret)||20.84||78th|
|Punt Return D (Yds/Ret)||12.13||95th|
|Kick Return D (Yds/Ret)||19.77||27th|
|Pts Responsible for||150||13th|
|Pts Responsible for/g||16.67||10th|
Nice work. Nothing really surprising considering.
You left out game attendance. #1. yeah.
wait...there's a team with worse FG kicking than us?!
It was UAB with 4 of 14.
all we get are charts?
Was this really more work than copy and paste?
but as just a bunch of stats, I thought we were 4th as a scoring offense last week, what kind of scoring went on Saturday to have us drop after a 67 point performance?
For a diary, I'm expecting a well written article, supported by data, whether in chart form or not.
not just a list of stats that I could have googled myself.
Seriously, I come to this site to get other people's conclusions and analysis. Don't be afraid to put that effort in,
More like 18th or so. This game brought us up somewhat.
Since you are so unhappy with the data as a diary, please provide the same info on the board. Your comment was unfair. The OP was right...you can read the data and draw your own conclusions. I don't need someone to analyze it for me.
Some of the nitpicking crap going on around here is starting to be over the top. If you don't like it, move on.
It actually took a fair amount of effort to compile this. I posted something similar a few weeks ago and people seemed to appreciate it. It also generated some discussion in the comments. But if people are gonna bitch, I won't bother. You can spend an hour and google it yourself, I guess. Sorry to waste your time on the internet.
Michigan was not 4th in scoring offense last week. You're probably thinking of total offense.
Never mind the snide comments. I, for one, was happy to see all of those stats in one place.
Some people on MGoBlog do not like the facts to be shared so their emotional arguments can be used instead of numbers. Will be nice to use these numbers to trrack improvement next year.
I for one would spend that hour googling and searching for all these stats, so it's extremely convenient to have them all in one place.
Thanks for your hard work, it saves the rest of us a lot of time, and your effort doesn't go unnoticed.
Denard Robinson is averaging 351.5 total yds/game. This is after yesterday's game in which he missed the entire 4th qtr and much of the 3rd. After he missed much of the Iowa game. After he missed most of the Bowling Green game.
To put his stats in perspective, here are the next closest qbs in total yds/game:
Moniz, Hawaii 344.4 yds/game, mostly passing qb
Griffin, Baylor 327.5 yds/game
Weedon, OkSt. 325.2 yds/game, mostly passing qb, -yds rushing
Davis, ECU 319.8 yds/game, mostly passing qb
Wilson, NCSt. 312.4, mostly passing qb
Jones, OK 303.9, -yds rushing
Kinne, Tulsa, 303.8
Newton, Aub, 303.6, closest to what Denard does with 114+ yds/game rushing
Persa, NW 303.5, scrambler, closest to Denard in the B10
And Pryor, just for kicks,
Pryor, tOSU, 273.3 yds/game
One has to wonder how Denard's yds/game would have been if he'd played more in the BG game or Iowa game, or Illinois game.
As an aside, only one RB(L. James) is ahead on yds/game and Denard leads all rushers on the season, and he does it with a very respectable 201.6 yds/game through the air as well.
Sack percentage allowed is interesting to me - I though the o-line did an amazing job pass protecting (as well as run blocking)...
Thanks for doing all the legwork compiling these stats.
On offense, if we can just cut down on our turnovers next season, we should go from very good to "industrial strength laser cutting through paper."
If I had to pick one thing out on defense, it would be our lack of a pass rush. Part of this may be attributable to the prevalence of 3-man lines, but if we could just put a little more pressure on QB's (see the last play of the game), maybe our extremely young secondary wouldn't look quite so lost because they wouldn't have to cover guys for so long.
Thank you for putting all the stats in one location. Very helpful and interesting.
Did we really put up 670yds of offense and lose a spot in total offense? I thought we might move up to 2.
I though the same thing, but this is what the top 4 offenses in the country did this week:
Oregon - 522 yards
Nevada - 844 yards
Oklahoma St. - 725 yards
Boise St. - 507 yards
They actually had 737 total yards. 507 was their passing total, as Kellen Moore had a ridiculous game against a supremely overmatched Hawai'i secondary.
Not everyone on this site has to put up "other people's conclusions and analysis". There's plenty of room for charts - some of us can draw our own analysis...
my favorite stat on there is our ranking for TFL's allowed on offense... Remember just 2 short years ago when something like 40% of our plays went for 0 or Negative yardage? That's a remarkable improvement. Just shows you how important it is for a coach to have HIS players on the field with some experience.