10 crazy stats from Saturday
- Published: Sunday, 17 October 2010 22:55
- by Administrator
Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp made sure the Longhorns brought the wood. Texas limited Nebraska to 202 total yards on 65 snaps. Nebraska entered the game averaging 8.3 yards per play, by far #1 nationally, but averaged just 3.1 yards per play against Texas.
Get the film of the Hawaii defense against Nevada offense. Why? Hawaii defensive coordinator Dave Aranda helped limit Nevada to 293 total yards. Nevada rushed for only 134 yards, something they usually do in the first quarter. We bet defensive line coach Tony Tuioti is pumped up. Hawaii is now 5-2.
You think Auburn offensive line coach Jeff Grimes had fun on Saturday? The Tigers ran for 330 yards, averaged 7.3 yards per play, and scored 65 points against Arkansas. Offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn put together a plan that helped Auburn score on 10 of 12 possessions in the game.
Missouri defensive coordinator Dave Steckel helped Mizzou record 7 sacks and limit Texas A&M to 6 of 19 third-down conversions.
USC quarterbacks coach Clay Helton will keep this tape for a long time. Why? The Trojans racked up 602 yards in the 48-14 win over Cal. Matt Barkley finished 25 of 37 for 352 yards, 5 touchdowns, 0 INT. USC converted 7 of 14 third-downs and 3 of 4 fourth-downs.
Mississippi State offensive coordinator Les Koenning watched his quarterback complete 4 of 9 passes for 33 yards in the win over Florida. We’re sure Koenning is pumped about 0 turnovers and 0 sacks allowed in the 10-7 win in The Swamp. Offensive line coach / run game coordinator John Hevesy helped the Bulldogs rush for 212 yards.
Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst and running backs coach John Settle have to be pleased with 184 yards rushing and 0 sacks allowed in the 31-18 win over Ohio State.
Rich Rod and Michigan ran 86 plays for 522 total yards against Iowa’s defense, but the Wolverines lost 38-28. 4 turnovers on the afternoon for the Wolverines.
LA Tech offensive coordinator Tony Franklin helped the Bulldogs run 97 plays for 683 yards in the 48-35 win over Idaho.
Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi watched the Spartans’ defense record 4 takeaways, 4 sacks, and limit Illinois to 114 yards rushing on 42 attempts. Illinois finished with only 255 total yards on 69 plays.
Eastern Michigan offensive coordinator Ken Karcher helped the Eagles rush for 265 yards and total 490 yards in the 41-38 win over Ball State. The win snapped the nation’s longest losing streak.