Houston's offensive staff put together an impressive performance last night
- by Doug Samuels 2 years ago
Houston's offensive staff helped the Cougars offense put up some ridiculous numbers last night as they beat Rice 73-34 to stay undefeated. The Owl's owned the time of possession category by a large margin (38:35 to 21:25), but the story of the night was the efficiency of the Houston offense.
Offensive coordinator and receivers coach Jason Phillips and quarterbacks coach and play caller Kliff Kingsubry led the way for the offense as they churned out 656 yards in the rain. Case Keenum set the FBS career touchdown mark on his way to 534 yards and 9 touchdowns for the night (Keenum was 24 of 37 (65%) on the night and averaged 14.4 yards per completion). Phillips, and inside receivers coach Tony Levine, also got an impressive performance from Patrick Edwards with 7 receptions for 318 yards and 5 touchdowns, an average of 45 yards per reception.
Offensive line coach B.J Anderson and running backs coach Clarence McKinney helped keep the pressure off Keenum and the ground game rushed for 122 yards.