Inside The Numbers: IB Hoagies Edition

Look, I could sit here and write up stuff about the UW Huskies.  I could look at the stats of their football team.  Discuss what Cal needs to do to beat the UW Huskies.  But let's be honest.  People don't want to hear that.  They'd rather hear about the stats on the IB Hoagies:

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Damn, those are some great stats.  Doesn't accept credit card.  Attire casual!  I think I can handle this.  Good for lunch?  I don't know, it's also good for dinner and GREAT for breakfast.  Nothing is better than waking up at 10 AM on a Saturday morning, rolling down to IB Hoagies grabbing a hoagie for the game.  And then grabbing another hoagie after the game.  And 4 more hoagies after that.  And maybe one more hoagie.   For your loved ones.  A love hoagie is one of the greatest gifts you can give.

Ok, ok, no more hoagie talk.  Let's actually discuss the Huskies stats in all their 0-11 glory.

All numbers are from here

 

  Overall Team Statistics  


TEAM STATISTICS  WASH  OPP 
SCORING  152  415 
   Points Per Game  13.8  37.7 
FIRST DOWNS  188  248 
   Rushing  75  133 
   Passing  89  104 
   Penalty  24  11 
RUSHING YARDAGE  1088  2456 
   Yards gained rushing  1449  2677 
   Yards lost rushing  361  221 
   Rushing Attempts  375  463 
   Average Per Rush  2.9  5.3 
   Average Per Game  98.9  223.3 
   TDs Rushing  12  28 
PASSING YARDAGE  1870  2416 
   Att-Comp-Int  341-162-13  291-199-7 
   Average Per Pass  5.5  8.3 
   Average Per Catch  11.5  12.1 
   Average Per Game  170.0  219.6 
   TDs Passing  23 
TOTAL OFFENSE  2958  4872 
   Total Plays  716  754 
   Average Per Play  4.1  6.5 
   Average Per Game  268.9  442.9 
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards  59-1113  25-515 
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards  10-43  23-287 
INT RETURNS: #-Yards  7-55  13-157 
KICK RETURN AVERAGE  18.9  20.6 
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE  4.3  12.5 
INT RETURN AVERAGE  7.9  12.1 
FUMBLES-LOST  19-10  15-3 
PENALTIES-Yards  50-424  84-752 
   Average Per Game  38.5  68.4 
PUNTS-Yards  59-2249  34-1301 
   Average Per Punt  38.1  38.3 
   Net punt average  31.9  34.1 
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game  29:06  30:53 
3RD-DOWN Conversions  69/162  71/141 
   3rd-Down Pct  43%  50% 
4TH-DOWN Conversions  5/12  9/16 
   4th-Down Pct  42%  56% 
SACKS BY-Yards  14-92  28-229 
MISC YARDS 
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED  18  53 
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS  9-17  15-16 
ON-SIDE KICKS  0-0  0-0 
RED-ZONE SCORES  21-30 70%  46-50 92% 
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS  15-30 50%  33-50 66% 
PAT-ATTEMPTS  17-18 94%  50-53 94% 
ATTENDANCE  445479  226829 
   Games/Avg Per Game  7/63640  4/56707 
   Neutral Site Games    0/0 

 

This is not going to be pretty here.  Outscored 152-415.  Ouch.  Given up 37.7 compared to 13.8.  Given up many many more first downs.  But hey give them credit, they are giving up pretty much the exact same amount of passing yards as rushing yards.  So, that's gotta count for something, right?  Of course, its about 1500 more rushing yards and 600 more passing yards.  That's probably because UW got behind a lot and their opponents were rushing a lot while they were passing a lot.  

Lordy lord lord, this is sad to look at.  I bet these were our stats in 2001.  We've been there.  Note, btw, that they are giving up 50% of their 3rd downs.  That is NOT good at all!

 

 

RUSHING  GP  Att  Gain  Loss  Net  Avg   TD  Long  Avg/G 
Dailey, T.   74  350  15  335  4.5  59  47.9 
Johnson, B.   76  226  32  194  2.6  16  21.6 
Locker, Jake   56  275  95  180  3.2  20  45.0 
Griffin, Willie  39  163  159  4.1  17  22.7 
Freeman, David   27  161  152  5.6  24  38.0 

 

This....is not good.  Locker is their 3rd best RB and he hasn't played in a long time.  Terrence Dailey appears to be their #1 guy now, averaging 4.5 yards a carry.    Brandon Johnson is getting an equal amount of carries, but only averages 2.6 a carry.  So, Dailey is the guy to focus on here.  He might average more a game if UW didn't get behind so much so quickly.  4.5 yards a carry is not that bad.

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Terrence Dailey via grfx.cstv.com

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Brandon Johnson via graphics.fansonly.com

 

PASSING  GP  Effic  Cmp-Att-Int  Pct  Yards   TD  Long  Avg/G 
Fouch, Ronnie   10  86.6  110-243-12  45.3  1323  62  132.3 
Locker, Jake   103.6  50-93-0  53.8  512  48  128.0 
Bruns, Cody   412.0  2-2-0  100.0  35  29  5.8 
Bean, Taylor   -100.0  0-2-1  0.0  0.0 

 

Well, Locker was the superstud.  And he's been injured for a while now.  It appears Ronnie Fouch is their main man now.  86 efficiency rating would be great in the pros.  At the college level, its well below standard.  Only throwing for 132 yards a game.  TERRIBLE completion percentage.  Locker wasn't much better.

I put Taylor Bean in, just because I like that -100 QB rating.  Ouch!

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Jake Locker via graphics.fansonly.com

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Ronnie Fouch via graphics.fansonly.com

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Taylor Bean via graphics.fansonly.com

 

RECEIVING  GP  No.  Yards  Avg   TD  Long  Avg/G 
Goodwin, D.   11  58  685  11.8  53  62.3 
Kearse, J.   11  20  301  15.1  62  27.4 
Aguilar, Devin   11  19  234  12.3  32  21.3 
Gottlieb, M.   13  184  14.2  32  20.4 
Middleton, K.   11  11  75  6.8  16  6.8 

 

Well, if you have poor QB play, you are going to have less than stellar WR numbers.  And here they are.  D'Andre Goodwin is the main man.  58 receptions on the year.  But only 11.8 average.  Jermaine Kearse is averaging quite a bit more per catch, but only has 20 receptions on the year.  Only Goodwin has more than 20 receptions on the year. 

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Jermaine Kearse via grfx.cstv.com

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D'Andre Goodwin via graphics.fansonly.com

Of course, the Defensive table was screwing up the site.  So, I had to delete it.  But let's be honest for a second here.  This is a bad team.  Coming to our house.  Good combination for us.   Their #1 player is out.  They just lost to WSU, a team we beat 66-3.  You generally can't really use the transitive theory, but still, 66-3.  We should be able to handle this team.  So, I pose a few questions:

 

1.  Should Nate Longshore start?  Riley is the undisputed QB of this team.  And he needs all the reps he can get.  Notwithstanding some sort of fake PAT play call, which he may or may not have done, he's put his heart and sole into this team.  Does he deserve to start the game bc its his last home game?  We'll prolly see him in garbage time, as it is.

2.  Should Cal agreed to move this game to this spot?  I generally like the Big Game to be last.  Am I alone in this?

Final Thought:  I hope the team is staying more focused than I am, because I've already looked ahead to Maryland '09!  Man, do I hope we get revenge.  I hate those Terps!!!!

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