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NU vs. MD by the numbers

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Just like every week, I'm only considering stats from conference games.  The numbers are percentile rankings (such that 100 is the best rating you can get and 0 the worst).  No adjustment has been made to reflect strength of schedule differences.

 

NU vs. MD

 

Passing Defense

completions allowed per game: 66 (NU) to 10 (Terps)

completion percentage allowed: 29 to 9

yards per attempt allowed: 63 to 18

touchdowns per game allowed: 65 to 23

qb rating allowed: 51 to 15

yards per game allowed: 79 to 12

 

Passing Offense

completions per game: 32 to 18

completion percentage: 56 to 15

yards per attempt: 55 to 13

touchdowns per game: 11 to 15

qb rating: 39 to 9

yards per game: 36 to 11

 

Rushing Defense

yards per game allowed: 7 to 13

touchdowns per game allowed: 9 to 3

yards per carry allowed: 6 to 18

 

Rushing Offense

yards per game: 76 to 25

touchdowns per game: 66 to 32

yards per carry: 67 to 36

 

Scoring Defense

touchdowns per game allowed: 24 to 2

points per game allowed: 23 to 2

 

Scoring Offense

touchdowns per game: 26 to 19

points per game: 21 to 11

 

Total Defense

yards per play allowed: 29 to 15

yards per game allowed: 32 to 6

plays per game allowed: 51 to 47

 

Total Offense:

yards per play: 55 to 15

yards per game: 60 to 5

plays per game: 64 to 2

 

Turnover Margin

fumbles gained per game: 9 to 17

interceptions gained per game: 41 to 41

turnovers gained per game: 14 to 21

fumbles lost per game: 22 to 72

interceptions lost per game: 61 to 10

turnovers lost per game: 38 to 28

turnover margin per game: 18 to 18

 

GBR!

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30 minutes ago, r06ue1 said:

Should win, but they could have a big day running the ball if they want to.  

 

What are you talking about? We held Jonathon Taylor to barely over 200 yards!


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12 minutes ago, knapplc said:

 

What are you talking about? We held Jonathon Taylor to barely over 200 yards!


:D

They showed a stat during the broadcast Saturday that said Taylor tied an NCAA record with 11 200 yard games.  He has 3 against Nebraska in 3 games.

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57 minutes ago, runningblind said:

They showed a stat during the broadcast Saturday that said Taylor tied an NCAA record with 11 200 yard games.  He has 3 against Nebraska in 3 games.

He should at least buy our defense a beer.

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9 minutes ago, WyoHusker56 said:

We should be able to pass all over these guys on Saturday based on this, but holy cow we are ineffective at throwing passing TDs.

Well until Saturday we hadn't have one since I believe the Illinois game.

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2 hours ago, hskrfan4life said:

Well until Saturday we hadn't have one since I believe the Illinois game.

 

I think I heard that too now that I think about it. Man we need to get that fixed.

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2 hours ago, WyoHusker56 said:

 

I think I heard that too now that I think about it. Man we need to get that fixed.

We have had a few guys wide open that we have missed but in general we haven't thrown over the top a lot.  I believe that's a combination of poor pass protection, at times, limiting time in the pocket to throw and having limited receiver speed in general.    

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11 hours ago, hskrfan4life said:

Well until Saturday we hadn't have one since I believe the Illinois game.

Martinez hadn’t had one since the Illinois game.  McCaffrey had one against Indiana.  

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On 11/19/2019 at 10:52 PM, RedSavage said:

Martinez hadn’t had one since the Illinois game.  McCaffrey had one against Indiana.  

 

Speaking of McCaffrey he has two games left to play in. With his athleticism I'd like to see us find ways to use him. 

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