Eastern Michigan, by the numbers

Now that we’ve got three games under our belt, we can start looking at some numbers

Statistically Speaking
Ohio State
Value (Rank)
Value (Rank)
Eastern Michigan
Advantage
Rushing Offense (ypg) 206.3 (25) 253.0 (117) Rushing Defense (ypg) Ohio State++
Passing Offense (ypg) 254.3 (33) 161.0 (31) Passing Defense (ypg) Push
Pass Efficiency 149.3 (31) 161.0 (97) Pass Efficiency Defense Ohio State+
Total Offense (ypg) 460.7 (20) 414.0 (94) Total Defense (ypg) Ohio State+
Scoring Offense (ppg) 41.3 (16) 37.0 (108) Scoring Defense (ppg) Ohio State++
Rushing Defense (ypg) 80.0 (15) 142.3 (72) Rushing Offense (ypg) Ohio State+
Passing Defense (ypg) 156.3 (28) 189.7 (87) Passing Offense (ypg) Ohio State+
Pass Efficiency Defense 89.0 (10) 121.0 (78) Pass Efficiency Offense Ohio State+
Total Defense (ypg) 236.3 (7) 332.0 (87) Total Offense (ypg) Ohio State++
Scoring Defense (ppg) 12.7 (9) 20.7 (91) Scoring Offense (ppg) Ohio State++
Turnover margin +3.33 (1) -1.67 (112) Turnover margin Ohio State+++
Penalty Yards/game 24.0 (3) 21.7 (2) Penalty Yards/game Push
Sacks (/game) 2.50 (24) 1.00 (26) Sacks Allowed (/game) Push
Sacks Allowed (/game) 2.33 (78) 1.67 (70) Sacks (/game) Push
3rd Down Conv. (%) 34.1 (88) 54.3 (111) 3rd Down Conv. Def (%) Push
3rd Down Conv. Def (%) 33.3 (37) 41.9 (56) 3rd Down Conv. (%) Push
Redzone Offense (%) 90.0 (32) 79.5 (46) Redzone Defense (%) Push
Redzone Defense (%) 40.0 (2) 75.0 (90) Redzone Offense (%) Ohio State++
 Legend
  Difference <25 in National Rank = Push
  Difference >25 in National Rank = Ohio State
  Difference >50 in National Rank = Ohio State+
  Difference >75 in National Rank = Ohio State++
  Differences >100 in National Rank = Ohio State+++

Presented, always, without comment. But this bears stating: Ohio State has allowed opponents into the red zone five times in three games.

As always, stats are grabbed from cfbstats.com.

Comments

  1. I love this segment!

    This data=Eastern Michigan bloodbath.

    If Ohio State can’t run the damn ball against this team for near 300 yards, something is definately wrong.

    Get through this game injury free and with a W and move on to the Big Ten schedule and closer to another Big Ten title.

  2. That’s exactly what I told the sportsMonkey yesterday. We need 300 yards on the ground, at least. And half of those better come from Berry and Hall. And little or none from Pryor.

  3. I wish there was a way to split by half, or by quarter. Those numbers include significant data from OSU’s 2nd and 3rd teams.

    And yes, I want to see Pryor pass 30 times for over 300 yards. Great article this week over at ATO shows the bottom line – if we want rushing numbers to come up, we’ve got to pass more.

  4. What I want.
    Pryor 21 of 25 for 301 yards, No carries cause even if EMU Brings all 11 Pryor should stiil have time to throw (come on O-line!).

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