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Cumulative stats after the Colorado game

(another Fox71/KSBruin co-production)

Here are the new cumulative stats to mull over.  The stats from the tenth game aren’t going to have a very big impact on a season’s stats.  There are a lot of pretty dismal looking numbers. Summary/editorial beneath, if you like inflicting pain on yourself.

 

  Arizona Cal ASU Utah Colorado
3rd down conversion % 83 82 80 92 100
 opp. 3rd down conversion % 118 117 116 115 112
4th down percentage 56 51 39 53 52
opp. 4th down &  92 91 92 88 70
Penalties per game  76 69 77 91 97
Fewest yards penalized per game  86 79 77 93 107
First down defense  116 110 114 108 101
First down offense  93 87 88 95 88
Fumbles lost 95 102 108 102 105
Fumbles recovered 79 77 88 83 97
Interceptions thrown  14 7 5 18 16
Kickoff return yardage defense 102 102 111 112 107
Kickoff returns 87 90 61 68 71
Net punting 35 26 28 34 31
Passes intercepted 79 37 46 55 27
Passing defense 88 81 83 61 53
Passing efficiency 57 63 53 62 44
Passing efficiency defense 96 77 76 68 57
Passing offense 82 87 86 88 90
Punt return yardage defense 101 92 90 83 79
Punt returns 111 114 114 114 114
Red zone defense 118 112 108 109 113
Red zone offense 96 93 80 79 72
Rushing defense 95 83 86 95 82
Rushing offense 47 34 32 35 28
Sacks 113 109 109 111 111
Sacks allowed 11 14 28 37 38
Scoring defense 108 92 94 92 81
Scoring offense 86 82 81 89 76
Tackles for loss 107 102 107 106 101
Tackles for loss allowed 16 29 45 48 45
Time of possession   98 88 76 65 71
Total defense 106 89 95 87 74
Total offense 74 68 65 69 56
Turnover margin 88 57 74 83 63
Turnovers gained 92 58 73 79 61
Turnovers 57 57 63 68 61

 

 

There are 37 categories listed above.

 

We are now in the top half of all D-1 teams in 11 of the 37, four more than last week.

 

We are in the top third of all D-1 teams in 5 of the 37.

 

We are in the top quarter of all D-1 teams in 3 of the 37. Two of them just barely: passes intercepted, at 27th, and rushing offense, at 28th. For interceptions thrown we’re now 16th best in the country; down from single-digits a few weeks ago, but still quite respectable. However…

 

We are in the bottom third of all 120 D-1 teams in ‘just’ 16 of 37 categories, rather than 21 last week. We have plummeted to 97th in penalties per game.

 

We rank no better than 100th in 10 of 37 categories – 2 more than last week – and we're in the bottom ten in opponent's 3rd down percentage (we keep improving, though at this rate it will be the middle of the 2015 season before we reach middle of the pack), punt returns, red zone defense, and sacks.

 

Seen enough, Chancellor?

 

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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