Adjusted Open Field Yards Adjusted OL Stats for the 2012 FBS

Submitted by Sextus Empiricus on December 31st, 2012 at 2:33 AM

It turns out Michigan led the nation in adjusted open field rushing yards (AOFY) in 2012. What I mean by that is whenever a team got their RB 10 yards past the line of scrimmage on any given play – Michigan on average had more added yards than any other team in the nation. Unfortunately Michigan wasn’t very good at getting ball carriers 10 yards past the LOS. Here’s the run down for the entire FBS up until the bowls.

Adjusted Open Field Yards - FBS 2012

Team Conf AOFY AOFY AOFY Rate AOFY Rate
    AVG RNK % RNK
Michigan Big Ten  16.31 1 10.84% 74
Utah State WAC  15.72 2 12.57% 52
Houston  USA 14.26 3 11.20% 67
Kent State MAC  13.53 4 15.59% 27
Texas A&M SEC 13.25 5 14.73% 19
Georgia SEC 12.82 6 14.25% 56
Oregon Pac-12  12.59 7 16.21% 3
Wisconsin Big Ten  12.52 8 16.83% 14
San Diego State MWC  12.51 9 12.63% 9
California Pac-12  12.28 10 14.40% 25
Miami (Florida) ACC  12.28 11 11.08% 100
New Mexico MWC  12.17 12 14.19% 11
Eastern Michigan MAC  12.04 13 11.31% 38
Purdue Big Ten  12.00 14 12.50% 51
UCLA Pac-12  11.93 15 13.71% 21
Oklahoma Big 12  11.90 16 11.43% 94
Texas State WAC  11.88 17 16.00% 13
Florida SEC 11.60 18 14.12% 69
Tulsa  USA 11.59 19 11.44% 84
UCF  USA 11.42 20 13.42% 64
Wake Forest ACC  11.39 21 6.80% 105
Nebraska Big Ten  11.37 22 15.60% 4
Northern Illinois MAC  11.14 23 14.59% 6
LSU SEC 11.14 24 9.44% 85
Michigan State Big Ten  11.06 25 8.10% 117
North Texas Sun Belt  11.00 26 9.86% 109
UNLV MWC  10.80 27 10.70% 80
Texas Big 12  10.71 28 12.47% 50
Vanderbilt SEC 10.63 29 10.36% 104
Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt  10.52 30 15.56% 34
Notre Dame IND 10.51 31 12.53% 26
Mississippi State SEC 10.49 32 10.98% 92
Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt  10.45 33 12.56% 86
Middle Tennessee Sun Belt  10.44 34 12.01% 101
San Jose State WAC  10.39 35 7.80% 120
TCU Big 12  10.30 36 9.57% 87
Florida International Sun Belt  10.27 37 10.84% 91
Hawai'i MWC  10.18 38 7.98% 121
Northwestern Big Ten  10.17 39 13.29% 47
USC Pac-12  10.16 40 15.49% 28
Georgia Tech ACC  10.16 41 13.17% 29
Indiana Big Ten  10.16 42 9.58% 107
Tennessee SEC 10.15 43 11.33% 36
Cincinnati Big East  10.11 44 14.78% 59
Central Michigan MAC  10.08 45 11.80% 39
Nevada MWC  10.07 46 12.85% 55
Florida State ACC  10.04 47 18.44% 1
Marshall  USA 9.98 48 12.59% 76
North Carolina ACC  9.91 49 13.75% 33
Western Kentucky Sun Belt  9.90 50 14.04% 83
Baylor Big 12  9.79 51 12.94% 37
Fresno State MWC  9.70 52 11.79% 53
West Virginia Big 12  9.65 53 16.80% 10
Kansas Big 12  9.59 54 12.53% 93
Virginia Tech ACC  9.53 55 10.77% 88
Arizona Pac-12  9.42 56 17.51% 15
Oklahoma State Big 12  9.41 57 13.82% 18
Western Michigan MAC  9.34 58 12.13% 40
Louisiana Tech WAC  9.32 59 13.50% 12
UTSA WAC  9.25 60 12.36% 60
Boston College ACC  9.24 61 12.13% 96
Arkansas State Sun Belt  9.22 62 13.36% 8
Alabama SEC 9.16 63 15.80% 2
Iowa Big Ten  9.15 64 9.73% 114
Ohio MAC  9.11 65 13.43% 63
Ohio State Big Ten  9.09 66 17.55% 7
Bowling Green MAC  9.07 67 11.29% 65
Rutgers Big East  9.07 68 8.26% 119
Rice  USA 8.97 69 12.01% 62
Idaho WAC  8.96 70 8.00% 122
Temple Big East  8.94 71 16.13% 41
Army IND 8.89 72 14.74% 22
Ball State MAC  8.85 73 12.18% 32
Oregon State Pac-12  8.84 74 10.98% 82
Boise State MWC  8.80 75 14.02% 75
South Alabama Sun Belt  8.77 76 8.41% 90
Missouri SEC 8.50 77 9.77% 58
Air Force MWC  8.46 78 11.85% 49
UTEP  USA 8.46 79 11.27% 66
Pittsburgh Big East  8.45 80 11.24% 106
Navy IND 8.44 81 12.13% 24
South Florida Big East  8.33 82 12.73% 57
Colorado State MWC  8.32 83 10.57% 77
Akron MAC  8.32 84 11.22% 54
Troy Sun Belt  8.26 85 11.99% 45
Toledo MAC  8.21 86 14.58% 5
Stanford Pac-12  8.20 87 11.92% 72
Wyoming MWC  8.19 88 8.51% 97
Florida Atlantic Sun Belt  8.10 89 8.75% 113
Memphis  USA 8.08 90 9.39% 99
SMU  USA 8.05 91 13.27% 23
Auburn SEC 7.98 92 12.61% 35
Utah Pac-12  7.97 93 9.02% 103
Colorado Pac-12  7.94 94 9.91% 110
Clemson ACC  7.86 95 13.60% 71
Texas Tech Big 12  7.81 96 15.38% 17
Maryland ACC  7.79 97 8.21% 115
Kentucky SEC 7.74 98 12.19% 79
BYU IND 7.69 99 10.95% 46
Connecticut Big East  7.66 100 7.51% 124
Syracuse Big East  7.61 101 9.49% 73
East Carolina  USA 7.42 102 9.84% 61
New Mexico State WAC  7.41 103 9.32% 95
Southern Mississippi  USA 7.27 104 12.47% 20
Penn State Big Ten  7.09 105 7.05% 108
Washington Pac-12  7.02 106 12.43% 31
Buffalo MAC  7.00 107 11.27% 44
Virginia ACC  6.81 108 12.00% 81
Mississippi SEC 6.75 109 14.29% 48
Iowa State Big 12  6.68 110 13.12% 89
South Carolina SEC 6.60 111 11.69% 68
Duke ACC  6.59 112 9.09% 111
Louisville Big East  6.55 113 12.84% 70
Kansas State Big 12  6.53 114 14.12% 43
Arkansas SEC 6.50 115 11.39% 30
Illinois Big Ten  6.43 116 11.17% 42
Arizona State Pac-12  6.20 117 12.77% 16
UAB  USA 6.08 118 14.24% 78
Washington State Pac-12  6.06 119 9.52% 118
Miami (Ohio) MAC  5.94 120 12.18% 102
North Carolina State ACC  5.56 121 7.42% 116
Massachusetts MAC  5.36 122 9.52% 112
Minnesota Big Ten  4.79 123 10.86% 98
Tulane  USA 4.21 124 5.62% 123

These are conditionally formatted – Blue to Red with the hue indicating the spread of these numbers. Michigan is the clear leader in this contrived stat.

To see Michigan leading the nation in any offensive stat was a surprise to me – and I thought I’d share it. It’s not an official stat by any means but it’s one that I came upon while looking to quantify Offensive Line (OL) performance. What I wanted to see was an offensive line performance stat/summary for 2012 based on the metrics Football Outsiders (FO) uses for the NFL.

What I’m finding is not what I wanted with respect to OL work but I’ll share some of that since it explains the table above.

Scheme is by far the more telling factor in rushing success in the FBS than NFL caliber OL talent or all-American status. Triple option teams do extremely well but without the boss hogs or broad reach blocking lineman of the primo run spread teams that I expected to dominate these stats. I don’t want to take anything away from any of these teams however. What they have done in rushing stats – doesn’t happen if the OL is not playing like a team.

Here’s the standard rushing yards per game with some minor tweaks. There are interesting differences between this and the OL stats I pulled and present later on…

Standard Rush Stats 2012

(minus sacks and FCS games)

 

Team Conf % Rush Plays % Pass Plays Rush /G Rush Yds/G Rush Yds /G Rush Rush
    % % AVG RNK RNK AVG STD
Army IND 86.65% 13.35% 383.27 37 1 5.60 7.85
Oregon Pac-12  63.53% 36.47% 333.36 4 2 6.32 10.13
Air Force MWC  83.68% 16.32% 317.82 53 3 5.05 6.74
Georgia Tech ACC  78.88% 21.12% 305.00 49 4 5.41 7.73
New Mexico MWC  80.18% 19.82% 304.17 93 5 5.82 9.24
Navy IND 77.87% 22.13% 277.00 82 6 5.28 6.89
Wisconsin Big Ten  65.11% 34.89% 261.92 55 7 6.08 10.10
Nebraska Big Ten  59.57% 40.43% 261.33 25 8 5.89 9.75
Northern Illinois MAC  59.54% 40.46% 258.00 16 9 5.94 9.24
Ohio State Big Ten  63.32% 36.68% 257.67 42 10 5.83 8.54
Nevada MWC  59.93% 40.07% 256.55 13 11 5.26 7.54
Texas A&M SEC 49.76% 50.24% 252.10 3 12 6.09 9.17
Kent State MAC  60.69% 39.31% 248.92 61 13 6.05 10.32
San Diego State MWC  61.53% 38.47% 239.73 59 14 5.65 9.15
Tulsa USA 57.76% 42.24% 236.92 33 15 4.93 8.51
Northwestern Big Ten  59.56% 40.44% 234.18 67 16 5.27 8.14
Alabama SEC 59.77% 40.23% 232.50 36 17 6.04 7.65
Louisiana Tech WAC  48.48% 51.52% 231.75 2 18 5.44 7.70
Baylor Big 12  52.41% 47.59% 231.09 1 19 5.31 7.96
Arizona Pac-12  48.38% 51.62% 230.73 9 20 5.85 8.70
UCLA Pac-12  51.72% 48.28% 224.08 15 21 5.55 9.17
Ohio MAC  55.70% 44.30% 223.27 30 22 5.07 7.67
Kansas Big 12  61.80% 38.20% 222.64 96 23 5.03 7.82
Ball State MAC  52.15% 47.85% 220.00 19 24 5.19 7.26
Rice USA 57.31% 42.69% 219.58 41 25 4.87 7.11
Clemson ACC  53.47% 46.53% 217.18 7 26 5.00 6.87
Florida SEC 61.74% 38.26% 216.64 103 27 5.43 8.89
Toledo MAC  52.75% 47.25% 215.36 24 28 5.48 7.21
Florida State ACC  51.68% 48.32% 215.09 22 29 6.15 9.16
Arkansas State Sun Belt  53.45% 46.55% 211.27 20 30 5.35 7.59
Notre Dame IND 56.14% 43.86% 210.00 51 31 5.35 8.16
Temple Big East  63.67% 36.33% 204.80 112 32 5.08 8.22
Oklahoma State Big 12  49.59% 50.41% 204.27 5 33 5.26 7.86
Georgia SEC 54.45% 45.55% 201.75 26 34 5.66 9.48
Arizona State Pac-12  52.98% 47.02% 200.55 29 35 4.77 6.04
Cincinnati Big East  54.87% 45.13% 199.20 50 36 5.35 8.49
Michigan Big Ten  59.95% 40.05% 197.33 77 37 5.35 9.88
Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt  53.33% 46.67% 197.09 32 38 5.53 8.90
LSU SEC 57.49% 42.51% 196.36 72 39 4.85 7.30
North Carolina ACC  48.54% 51.46% 196.00 18 40 5.39 8.25
California Pac-12  49.54% 50.46% 195.73 70 42 5.74 9.79
West Virginia Big 12  44.64% 55.36% 195.73 8 41 5.56 8.97
Texas State WAC  49.09% 50.91% 195.00 86 44 6.13 9.42
Western Kentucky Sun Belt  57.36% 42.64% 195.00 84 43 5.19 7.59
Kansas State Big 12  62.27% 37.73% 194.45 62 45 4.87 6.22
Utah State WAC  49.67% 50.33% 193.55 31 46 5.69 10.54
UCF USA 53.47% 46.53% 190.15 60 47 5.35 8.84
Middle Tennessee Sun Belt  58.20% 41.80% 189.91 68 48 4.82 8.28
Texas Big 12  54.29% 45.71% 188.58 38 49 5.04 8.84
Marshall USA 40.79% 59.21% 182.55 6 50 4.96 8.21
Mississippi SEC 53.51% 46.49% 181.55 47 51 4.68 6.68
Stanford Pac-12  55.43% 44.57% 180.38 88 52 4.74 6.98
Eastern Michigan MAC  56.86% 43.14% 180.00 105 53 4.97 8.58
Purdue Big Ten  47.12% 52.88% 179.09 65 54 5.24 9.61
Buffalo MAC  52.59% 47.41% 177.64 94 55 4.59 6.08
Boise State MWC  54.51% 45.49% 176.75 79 56 4.88 7.89
Syracuse Big East  50.23% 49.77% 175.91 21 57 4.48 5.79
Troy Sun Belt  45.76% 54.24% 175.50 11 58 4.76 6.77
Fresno State MWC  45.09% 54.91% 175.00 14 59 4.94 8.05
BYU IND 48.35% 51.65% 172.09 58 60 4.61 6.72
Southern Mississippi USA 56.76% 43.24% 171.92 108 61 4.59 6.91
South Florida Big East  48.77% 51.23% 167.55 91 62 4.89 7.22
Virginia Tech ACC  51.73% 48.27% 166.55 73 63 4.38 7.97
TCU Big 12  52.32% 47.68% 166.27 69 64 4.38 7.22
USC Pac-12  44.60% 55.40% 164.25 28 65 5.55 8.73
Vanderbilt SEC 56.01% 43.99% 163.82 83 66 4.34 8.12
UTEP USA 51.20% 48.80% 163.33 85 67 4.60 7.21
Florida International Sun Belt  52.68% 47.32% 163.17 71 68 4.33 7.65
Houston USA 38.11% 61.89% 163.08 17 69 5.22 9.51
Michigan State Big Ten  48.59% 51.41% 162.75 90 70 4.52 6.23
Tennessee SEC 44.20% 55.80% 162.64 23 71 4.94 7.46
South Carolina SEC 54.25% 45.75% 160.91 75 72 4.40 6.15
Bowling Green MAC  49.14% 50.86% 159.82 98 73 4.73 6.80
Penn State Big Ten  48.76% 51.24% 159.33 46 74 4.21 4.85
North Texas Sun Belt  53.89% 46.11% 159.27 87 75 4.21 8.14
Memphis USA 60.68% 39.32% 159.09 114 76 4.11 6.25
Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt  42.81% 57.19% 157.58 34 77 4.85 7.73
Oklahoma Big 12  41.18% 58.82% 157.18 12 78 4.94 9.27
UNLV MWC  45.49% 54.51% 157.08 92 79 4.92 8.06
Western Michigan MAC  41.12% 58.88% 154.91 45 80 5.04 7.31
Pittsburgh Big East  51.15% 48.85% 154.90 66 81 4.35 6.92
Iowa State Big 12  48.17% 51.83% 153.64 97 82 4.44 6.31
East Carolina USA 45.98% 54.02% 152.73 52 83 4.59 5.75
UTSA WAC  48.59% 51.41% 151.63 80 84 4.68 7.67
Auburn SEC 56.58% 43.42% 151.09 122 86 4.66 7.10
Washington Pac-12  45.95% 54.05% 151.09 102 85 4.80 6.52
Missouri SEC 48.32% 51.68% 150.18 95 87 4.25 7.13
Illinois Big Ten  51.51% 48.49% 149.27 123 89 4.37 6.11
Miami (Florida) ACC  43.10% 56.90% 149.27 35 88 5.05 8.49
Minnesota Big Ten  55.93% 44.07% 148.64 116 90 4.13 5.17
Texas Tech Big 12  37.64% 62.36% 147.73 10 91 5.21 7.51
Colorado State MWC  49.79% 50.21% 147.64 101 92 4.64 6.71
SMU USA 39.51% 60.49% 146.36 89 93 5.21 7.02
Central Michigan MAC  46.33% 53.67% 144.36 78 94 4.93 7.72
Mississippi State SEC 46.81% 53.19% 144.27 76 95 4.71 7.72
South Alabama Sun Belt  48.09% 51.91% 143.50 104 96 4.14 6.29
Utah Pac-12  52.07% 47.93% 143.00 113 97 4.17 6.00
Wyoming MWC  47.59% 52.41% 142.55 54 98 4.17 6.19
Louisville Big East  47.35% 52.65% 142.27 43 99 4.28 6.56
Virginia ACC  43.42% 56.58% 140.82 74 100 4.43 6.04
Kentucky SEC 44.82% 55.18% 135.45 118 101 4.66 6.92
UAB USA 40.85% 59.15% 135.36 40 102 4.42 6.23
Indiana Big Ten  39.20% 60.80% 133.64 39 103 4.40 7.28
Colorado Pac-12  44.66% 55.34% 132.64 115 105 4.25 6.70
Oregon State Pac-12  42.55% 57.45% 132.64 44 104 4.33 7.03
San Jose State WAC  46.38% 53.62% 132.00 27 106 4.04 6.77
Duke ACC  42.05% 57.95% 131.55 64 107 4.11 5.71
Maryland ACC  55.83% 44.17% 131.18 120 108 3.59 6.29
Iowa Big Ten  46.95% 53.05% 130.09 121 109 4.22 6.27
Arkansas SEC 41.69% 58.31% 126.00 56 110 4.39 6.11
Akron MAC  35.61% 64.39% 125.64 57 111 4.56 7.26
Hawai'i MWC  45.82% 54.18% 124.27 119 112 3.89 6.13
Rutgers Big East  51.32% 48.68% 124.09 106 113 3.89 6.17
North Carolina State ACC  40.99% 59.01% 121.36 48 114 3.67 4.96
New Mexico State WAC  42.66% 57.34% 120.45 107 115 4.26 5.83
Florida Atlantic Sun Belt  45.01% 54.99% 118.18 100 116 3.79 6.13
Wake Forest ACC  44.30% 55.70% 116.73 117 117 3.80 6.68
Massachusetts MAC  44.26% 55.74% 108.67 124 118 3.45 5.39
Connecticut Big East  47.83% 52.17% 106.33 110 119 3.31 5.69
Idaho WAC  40.60% 59.40% 106.27 111 120 3.90 5.70
Miami (Ohio) MAC  35.42% 64.58% 104.55 63 121 4.24 5.76
Boston College ACC  36.56% 63.44% 103.55 99 122 4.19 8.60
Tulane USA 30.48% 69.52% 60.08 109 123 2.90 4.83
Washington State Pac-12  20.77% 79.23% 53.18 81 124 3.48 5.87

I formatted standard deviation in green – because I’m not sure what’s good in that regard. I would say looking at the data however that a reasonably high spread in general is a sign of success.  Std Dev is a tell for scheme and some of the OL stats I was breaking out when I came to Open Field Yards.

FO has done some good stuff with respect to offensive line performance. They contrived a few ways to tweeze out relative OL performance. Curiously I couldn’t find these methods applied to college ball. I gave it a quick whack in the first diary and came up with a gross reality check that pretty much matched my gut – OL performance was not good in that game and adjusted line yards were significantly lower.

Check the FO link and previous diary to define Adjusted Line Yards but here is a quick chart and definition of their derived stats for Adjusted Line Yards (ALY), Second Level Yards (SLY) and Open Field Yards (OFY) as compiled by FO.

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What’s going on here is they are taking yards per play and giving them value based on the outcome. The concept is simple – the initial yards are more relevant to OL performance. The second level yards less so. The open field yards…not so much.

Adjusted Line Yards (<=10 yards)– are conceptually on the offensive line – no block no gain

  • Losses: 120% value – because if you don’t block at all that’s a TFL

    0-4 Yards: 100% value
    5-10 Yards: 50% value
    11+ Yards: 0% value e.g. 10 yard gain is worth 7 yards… 20 yard gain is worth 7 yards…

Second Level Yards (6-10 yard gains) – are a combined ball carrier and OL stat

  • Losses – 5 yards: 0% value

    6-10 Yards: 100% value e.g. 6 yard gain is worth 1 SLY…
    11+ Yards: 0% value e.g. 10 yard gain is worth 5 SLYs… 20 yard gain is worth 5 SLYs…

Open Field Yards (11+) = are conceptually on the ball carrier

  • Losses – 10yards: 0% value
    11+ Yards: 0% value e.g. 11 yard gain is worth 1 OFY … 20 yard gain is worth 10 OFYs…
    Caveat 1 - I took out Sacks.
    Caveat 2 – I took out games involving FCS teams. Which is a gift to Mich since we played UMass.

Caveat 3 – I include QB rushing here. I did this because it’s college and … well… duh… Denard. Scrambles don’t make much difference in the overall here and the NCAA counts them as rushes so … be it.

I looked at this data and tried to make sense of it. It didn’t look good for Michigan. So I did what any good MGoBlog diarist does and adjusted it to suit my thesis.

It still doesn’t look good for Michigan but this is what I did.

Adjusted Adjusted Line Yards AALY

  • I normalized the losses over 10 yards to –10 yards. I did a sampling and these were snap issues (still an OL issue but not what I’m concerned about) – reverse plays gone wrong or mis-tagged sacks*. (*There’s plenty of errors in the cfbstats.com data BTW – but I don’t think they are significant. Most of them appear to be due to NCAA/Scoring issues anyway.)

Adjusted Second Level Yards ASLY

  • I took out the plays that went for zero yards – in general you can’t hold it against the ball carriers if they didn’t get to the second level.

Adjusted Open Field Yards AOFY

  • Same as above – I took out plays that went for less than 11 yards to isolate these from the mean OFY totals.
    With these adjustments in mind I added two columns for SLY rate and OFY rate to represent the % of plays that a team sprang ball carriers for these distances.

Here’s a revised chart with these adjustments…the distributions are better and the model is better for what these derivative stats are intended to represent.

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I added an ASLY % rate to the summary table to show how often teams got their rusher to the second level as well as an AOFY % rate. These are important and significant changes over the FO yards stat. Their NFL rates of 2nd level and Open Field plays are rolled into their summary yards.

Since I had the data summarized I added the FO convention for Success Rate % for all rushing plays defined as follows:

  • 1st downs that achieve 50% of yardage needed to convert or score
  • 2nd downs that achieve 70% of yardage needed to convert or score
  • 3rd/4th downs that convert or score
    Stuffed rate is defined as Percentage of runs where the running back is tackled at or behind the line of scrimmage. This includes QB runs minus sacks (this appears to be a press box discretion as there are negative QB runs that are not accounted as Sacks – I should look at this more closely but I don’t think it’s significant here.)

Finally I tallied Power Success straight up to the FO definition as percentage of runs on third or fourth down, two yards or less to go, that achieved a first down or touchdown. This also includes runs on first-and-goal or second-and-goal from the two-yard line or closer.

At this point I’m stultified by the challenge that OL statistical summarization presents wrt CFB (or any kind of football for that matter.)  If I had time I’d follow the FO path and normalize this data to FBS averages… look at the individual ball carriers…take out garbage time… but I also kind of want to watch some bowl games and MSS wants me to take down the tree... and little TSS wants to ski.  Let’s just say this is a work in progress.

Regardless of my problems… here’s the table that I was able to get up today…I added in Sack Rate (which I’m  very skeptical of in terms of an OL criteria as I have seen previously when comparing the different SRs for Denard, Bellomy and Devin.) I went to three letter acronyms for the conferences.  It is what it is.

OL Stats 2012 – FBS

Team Conf AALY ASLY  AOFY  Stuff Rate ASLY Rate AOFY Rate Power Success Rate Success Rate Sack Rate
    AVG AVG AVG % % % % % %
Alabama SEC 3.67 3.49 9.16 12.77% 39.61% 15.80% 6.49% 52.16% 7.40%
Army IND 3.56 3.48 8.89 10.89% 34.66% 14.74% 7.84% 49.54% 8.62%
Northern Illinois MAC  3.47 3.56 11.14 14.01% 37.43% 14.59% 8.25% 48.75% 3.11%
Navy IND 3.41 3.36 8.44 14.38% 34.49% 12.13% 6.93% 49.91% 10.98%
Toledo MAC  3.41 3.49 8.21 17.36% 37.50% 14.58% 6.94% 48.38% 5.43%
Air Force MWC  3.36 3.44 8.46 15.32% 32.08% 11.85% 7.51% 47.25% 5.19%
Ohio State B1G  3.36 3.61 9.09 16.23% 37.36% 17.55% 7.55% 51.70% 9.45%
Ball State MAC  3.35 3.37 8.85 13.16% 33.60% 12.18% 6.29% 46.95% 2.14%
Arizona P12  3.33 3.81 9.42 15.67% 35.94% 17.51% 7.60% 48.62% 3.89%
Texas State WAC  3.31 3.62 11.88 15.43% 36.00% 16.00% 5.14% 47.71% 7.71%
Florida State ACC  3.31 3.57 10.04 20.26% 40.26% 18.44% 3.90% 51.17% 7.22%
Oregon P12  3.30 3.66 12.59 18.97% 38.79% 16.21% 6.55% 50.69% 5.11%
SMU USA 3.29 3.44 8.05 16.83% 34.63% 13.27% 3.56% 44.98% 5.50%
Louisiana Tech WAC  3.29 3.37 9.32 17.03% 36.01% 13.50% 7.05% 52.25% 1.84%
Georgia Tech ACC  3.29 3.43 10.16 14.94% 34.02% 13.17% 8.58% 49.70% 6.08%
San Diego State MWC  3.27 3.36 12.51 18.20% 36.40% 12.63% 8.35% 47.54% 10.62%
Texas A&M SEC 3.26 3.63 13.25 17.39% 34.78% 14.73% 7.00% 49.52% 4.78%
Arizona State P12  3.23 3.42 6.20 18.83% 35.71% 12.77% 6.71% 46.10% 9.02%
Arkansas State SBC  3.23 3.38 9.22 16.59% 36.64% 13.36% 8.76% 51.38% 3.44%
Notre Dame IND 3.22 3.41 10.51 17.83% 34.39% 12.53% 7.22% 48.20% 4.35%
New Mexico MWC  3.22 3.42 12.17 18.02% 36.04% 14.19% 6.54% 46.57% 7.10%
North Carolina ACC  3.21 3.72 9.91 16.75% 33.50% 13.75% 7.00% 47.75% 2.59%
Western Michigan MAC  3.21 3.44 9.34 15.98% 32.54% 12.13% 7.69% 45.56% 3.93%
Nevada MWC  3.21 3.52 10.07 16.76% 31.47% 12.85% 8.57% 48.79% 5.01%
Kansas State B12  3.21 3.67 6.53 18.22% 32.35% 14.12% 7.74% 48.52% 4.51%
Baylor B12  3.20 3.66 9.79 15.87% 32.78% 12.94% 8.14% 48.23% 3.22%
California P12  3.19 3.53 12.28 16.80% 34.40% 14.40% 3.73% 45.07% 10.21%
Buffalo MAC  3.19 3.40 7.00 16.20% 32.16% 11.27% 5.16% 38.97% 7.29%
Nebraska B1G  3.18 3.49 11.37 19.92% 37.78% 15.60% 6.77% 50.75% 7.76%
USC P12  3.18 3.65 10.16 21.13% 34.08% 15.49% 5.35% 43.38% 3.85%
Texas Tech B12  3.16 3.67 7.81 20.19% 35.58% 15.38% 5.45% 45.83% 3.29%
Ohio MAC  3.16 3.72 9.11 15.70% 30.79% 13.43% 5.79% 40.70% 6.75%
Clemson ACC  3.14 3.73 7.86 16.32% 29.92% 13.60% 8.16% 45.61% 6.25%
Kansas B12  3.12 3.58 9.59 16.02% 28.34% 12.53% 5.13% 42.92% 7.97%
Northwestern B1G  3.12 3.57 10.17 19.02% 32.11% 13.29% 7.77%