I was perusing through the stats on ESPN and found some of the following interesting:
-Devin Gardner's 1772 passing yards is good for 22nd in the country (leader has 2992) but his YPA (10.2) is 7th among players with at least 100 attempts. He ranks 5th in INTs with 10 (leader has 17).
-Fitz Toussaint is 40th in the country with 575 rushing yards (leader has 1036) but is 3rd in rushing attempts with 155. He is also 3rd in rushing TDs with 11 (leader has 12). His 3.7YPC is 231st in the country among qualified* rushers.
-Jeremy Gallon is 5th in the country with 831 yards receiving. The leader has 1176. He is 9th in the country with 7 receiving TDs (leader has 12).
-Fitz Toussaint is 11th in the country in (what appears to be non-passing) scoring with 66 points (leader has 108). Brendan Gibbons is 18th with 63 points (8FG, 39PAT).
-Dennis Norfleet is 8th in the country with 505 kick return yards (leader has 633). He is 39th among qualified** returners with a 24.0 yard kick return average. His punt return average is -0.3 yards.
-Blake Countess is tied nationally for 3rd with 4 interceptions (leader has 5). He is also 2nd in the country with 149 return yards (leader has 175).
So what does this tell us? IMO, what we already know.
Devin is a go-big-or-go-home QB who will likely either burn you for a big play or turn it over.
Fitz is getting a ton of carries without much production. He is able to find the endzone, though.
After Gallon's monster game last night, he is statistically one of the best receivers in the country.
Dennis Norfleet is getting a lot of kick return yards, but only because he's getting a lot of attempts. Hopefully he will find more success during the remainder of the season.
Blake Countess has a nose for the football.
*Qualified rushers must have at least 6.25 attempts per team's games played.
**Qualified returners must have at least 1 return per team's games played.