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    Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    http://www.big12sports.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2006-2007/confldrs.html

    Offensive Numbers:

    Scoring Offense:

    Nebraska: 42 PPG (1st in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 24 PPG (9th in Big 12)

    Pass Offense:

    Nebraska: 277.6 YPG (3rd in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 242.8 YPG (6th in Big 12)

    Rushing Offense:

    Nebraska: 202.6 YPG (4th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 124.8 YPG (10th in Big 12)

    Total Offense:

    Nebraska: 480.2 YPG (1st in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 356.6 YPG (9th in Big 12)

    Indiviudal Offensive Stats:

    Passing:

    Nebraska - Zac Taylor: (122-78-2; 63.9% completion; 12 TD's 253.4 YPG; 180.4 Pass Efficiency)
    Iowa State - Brett Meyer: (149-94-4; 63.1% completion; 7 TD's 237.2 YPG; 140.1 Pass Efficiency)

    Rushing:

    Nebraska - Marlon Lucky (405 Yards; 81.0 YPG; 5th in Big 12)
    Iowa State - Stevie Hicks (363 Yards; 72.6 YPG; 8th in Big 12)

    Receiving Yards Per Game:

    Nebraska - Terrance Nunn: 307 Yds; 1 TD; 18.1 YPC; 61.4 YPG)
    Iowa State - Jon Davis: 304 Yds; 1 TD; 14.5 YPC; 60.8 YPG)

    Red Zone Offense:

    Nebraska - 21-25; 84.0 success rate (1-2 FG)
    Iowa State - 15-16; 93.8 success rate (3-3 FG)

    Time of Possession:

    Nebraska: 32:02 (tied for 2nd)
    Iowa State: 28:29 (9th in Big 12)

    Sacks given up:

    Nebraska 5 sacks for 40 yards
    Iowa State: 14 sacks for 83 yards

    Defenseive Stats

    Scoring Defense:

    Nebraska: 15.4 PPG (6th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 28.8 PPG (12th in Big 12)

    Pass Defense:

    Nebraska: 198.4 (7th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 252.6 (11th in Big 12)

    Rush Defense:

    Nebraska: 122.6 YPG (9th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 124.8 YPG (10th in Big 12)

    Total Defense:

    Nebraska: 321 YPG (tied for 8th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 377.4 YPG (12th in Big 12)

    Pass Defense Efficiency:

    Nebraska: 115.4 (7th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 148.9 (12 in Big 12)

    Opponents 1st downs:

    Nebraska: 82 (9th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 104 (12th in Big 12)

    Sacks By:

    Nebraska: 7 for 60 yards (tied for 9th in Big 12)
    Iowa State: 9 for 59 yards (7th in Big 12)

    Red Zone Defense:

    Nebraska: 11-15; 73.3%; 3-3 FG's
    Iowa State: 19-22; 86.4%; 3-4 FG's
    Don't ask me what the hell happened Saturday against Kansas, don't remember much of the game due to beer goggles being on. Reading post game coverage and what not, Coz and coaches backed off on the pass rush as Kansas runs alot of shovel passes.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    I guess we shouldn't even play this game because it looks like Nebraksa has already won statisically. I will notify the team. (-sarcasm-)

    Just kidding thanks for the info.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    The only thing that jumped out at me was Nebraska's defense. I thought there were doing better than the stats seem to bear. I think the game comes down to whether or not ISU can stop Nebraska's passing offense. I'd think that a west coast offense that works best when it gets a rythm would feast on our defense, but perhaps we learned some things in the second half of the UNI game.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    A lot of those numbers are inflated in favor of Nebraska, considering the complete mistmatches in the games versus Nicholls State and Troy. I'm not making excuses for Iowa State, but i'd say it's pretty easy to win a game against Dime State when they only make 3 passing attempts the entire game for 0 yards. And even then, the Huskers gave up 187 on the ground in that game -- a glaring stat, because Nebraska should've known that the run was going to be the only play called the entire game.


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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    It is obviously going to be another offensive orriented game for us.

    Hopefully our defense can put together a game of exponential growth and hold the Huskers offense back. And then maybe the offense will start to show off the weapons of mass destruction we have been waiting to see all season.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    Garn you need to get a life



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    I'm surprised they only have 7 sacks. I thought there d-line was supposed to be really good. They had a ton of sacks last year.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    Yeah, you wonder how much more of the sacks last year were because of coverage. Something is going on there, that's for sure.




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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    The stat that really jumped out at me was Red Zone Efficiency........I am really encouraged with our improvement in that area. Remember a couple years ago when everybody was lynching Cotton for not getting us points after entering the red zone? 15-16.....not bad at all! Now, if the D can grow up in a hurry and get off the field and give our O some more possessions and field position, maybe we will see some marked improvement.

    I know Skladany is a fairly conservative D coordinator, but as for this year's group I think he's starting to realize that rushing four guys will not cut it. I expect to see some different blitz packages implemented this week.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    thanks for the stats. interesting...good thing games aren't played on paper.



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    Yeah, you wonder how much more of the sacks last year were because of coverage. Something is going on there, that's for sure.
    Ya know what the difference was? Nick Leaders, Tim Dobbins, and "$4 and a cellphone." This year "Big Play" Curvey's all alone and he's getting double teamed. That's the difference.


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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by Ficklone02 View Post
    The stat that really jumped out at me was Red Zone Efficiency........I am really encouraged with our improvement in that area. Remember a couple years ago when everybody was lynching Cotton for not getting us points after entering the red zone? 15-16.....not bad at all!
    Yup, we've done very well in the red zone to date. Just gotta keep that going!



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    these stats dont win the game for nebraska



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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    Front four for Nebraska is not having as good a year after leading nation last year. Let's not help them this year. Adam Carriker is off and so is Jay Moore.


    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    Re: Nebraska @ Iowa St Inside the Numbers

    What we are seeing from nebraska is a West Coast offense and a West Coast Defense.


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