A look at the books!

Discussion in 'Legendary Veterans' started by Oshiomogho, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    with the season nearly finished, im gonna inspect the statbooks for some interesting findings. feel free to add anything else or comment

    QBs
    • Wyoming 72 OVR true frosh Lionel Riley leads the conference in yards at 3690. Along with Riley, SDSU starts a true frosh, 4 other schools are having success wit sophomores while TCU and new mexico have had some rough times going with seniors.
    • Currently 5 QBs have more then 20 TDs (Riley at 32 is the only over 25) but only Marks and BYU's Berry have 20+ TDs and under 10 ints.
    • 6 QBs average over 15yds per completion but only Marks is over 20 (20.9)
    • only 4 Qbs have been sacked over 20 times with Marks and Utahs Tommy Webb far ahead at 44 and 38 respectively
    Rushers
    • Only AF's Justin Barrett and BYU's Walter Payton have reached the 1000 yard rush mark while TCU's Clint Lyles is very close
    • CSU Sophomore Adam Robertson is the only back with over 100 carries averaging less then 3 per attempt.
    • SDSU starter Rickie Tate has yet to score all season on 130 carries being the only player with over 50 carries to not find the endzone
    • Air Force has 2 backs with over 10 TDs
    • UNLV's Brent Williams and SDSUs tate are the only 2 backs with over 100 carries to not break over 10 tackles on the year
    Receivers
    • Only 2 players have over 1000 yards receiving with AF's Terrence Wilson crushing the conference at 1831
    • Wilson is also the only player over 10 TDs with 14
    • Wilson averages an incredible 28.6 yards per catch on his 64 catches to join SDSU's Jon Lewis and UNLVs Chris Strong as the only 3 players averaging over 20 per grab.
    • TCU's Eddie Jones is the only receiver with over 40 catches to not record a play over 40 yards while 18 other players in conference have.
    Defense
    • 6 players have recorded over 50 solo tackles on the year and none go to SDSU
    • UNLV's Ryan Thomas leads the conference at 29 TFL joining AF's Randy Palmer and SDSU's Clifton Davis as the only 3 players with over 20
    • UNLV's Ryan Thomas is the only linebacker to record over 5 sacks with his 8
    • CSU's Micheal Jones (8) and Ronnie Gates (6) join Utah's Landon Hill (6) as the only three players in conference with over 5 ints.
    • TCU's Andrew Washington is the only player with at least 5 ints and 2 FRs
    • TCU's Micheal Collins is the only player to record more then one Sack, INT, and FR
    • SDSU's Claude Clark (14) is one of 4 players to record over 10 deflections while BYUs Ben Simon is the only one of the group to not have 4+ INTs
    • 26 different players have scored defensive TDs
    Kickers
    • My Darrell Bradley finally ended his perfect season by missing a 58 yarder. Only New Mexico's Jon Burton remains perfect with his 15/15
    • Wyoming's Randy Wilson and Utah's Matt Clemson are the only 2 Ks who have missed a FG under 30 yards.
    • Wilson is one of 4 players to have made a 50+ yarder with his 3, joining Bradley (2) CSU's Danny Fitzpatrick (2) and Burton (1)
    • Wilson has the long on the year of 59 he also has more touchbacks then the rest of the conference combine (36-29)
    • 44% of TCU's Wallace hall's 48 punts land inside the 20 with only 3 touchbacks
     
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  2. IrishBearcat

    IrishBearcat tFC OD Commissioner

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    Good stuff, I tab the low YPC because I run out of shotgun a lot. It really hit or miss with big runs or tackled in the backfield. My backup fresh RB has 8.2 YPC and I think it's because he's better suited for running out of shotgun as he's more shifty with Robertson being more of a bruiser. #3 may get the start next season.

    And the picks - a lot of people forgot what color their uniforms this year when playing me. keep em comin!
     
  3. Oshiomogho

    Oshiomogho Donnie Darko

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    season is over for me. careers of some great players are ending.
    Stew Vaughn made the difficult transition from dominant SS to shutdown corner this year and still had a terrific year with 50 tackles, 11 PD and 1 int. he ends his career leading the nation with 241 solo tackles, 39 more then anyone, 84 more then any CPU player. Stew also has 6 sacks, 5 int, 11 FF, 1 FR, 1 DTD, 3 OTD

    Justin Dunbar ends a great career with 167 solo tackles. each of his 4 years went over 37 tackles while also recording his first 2 career sacks this year

    Captain Blake Holman ends his career with 156 tackles. 6.5 sacks, 5 ints, 17 PD, 6 FF, 5 FR, 2 DTD, 2 OTD. a very complete player

    Kenny Carroll ends his electric career with 118 tackles, 14 sacks, 5 INTs, 16 PD, 5 FF, and 3 FR. a dynamic player rushing on the edge.

    Only 2 years in the starting lineup for Mark Brown but he made the most of them. 14 of his 16 sacks came in the past 2 years

    After not seeing the field as a freshman, Claude Clark quickly showed his playmaking ability while recording 11 ints, 2 sacks, and an amazing 34 passes defended in 3 years

    Chris Kelly finally broke into the starting lineup as a senior and recorded all 4 of his career interceptions as well at 13 passes defended.

    this year I started 6 freshman and I can expect like 85% of my starters next year to be freshman or sophomores
     

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