There's a more interesting view at https://gameonpaper.com/cfb/year/2022/team/150.
DETMER is an interesting stat
Riley Leonard throws fairly deep and completes good percentage of his passes.
59/89 (66% Comp)...
Here's your depth chart (has this been shared, already)?
More stats on Duke:
Jaylen Coleman and Jordan Waters are their main rushers, and Coleman seems to be the more dangerous.
Slovis and Van Dyke and Armstrong are having bad years, and DJU at Clemson is having a bang-up year--he went from bad to good in one season.
Sims faced 4 out of 5 tough teams to start the year, but has he regressed?
It’s worth reading the entire explanation https://www.pff.com/grades
Trying to block or get open against Pitt probably hurt our grades. The four dropped interceptions probably killed Sims’ grade
They do adjust the raw grade vs what is “expected”, but I think that’s more “the tackle was pulling...
Buddie was at Wake. He’s at West Point now.
Greene and Buddie are both baseball players. All three seem to have made at least one good major coaching hire.
If I was doing the search, I’d interview and evaluate at least 5 candidates. It’s also weird that these candidates are out before the...
I know you’re saying Pearl wouldn’t work here, but he’s much better than successful.
Pearl has a 62.9% winning percentage at Auburn and was even better at Tennessee. Our best was Cremins at 59.9%. Pastner is 49.5%.
Pearl might be the best basketball coach ever at Auburn. If it’s not him, it’s...
According to Suguira three prominent candidates are Greene (Auburn), Cobb (Ga State / App State), and Mike Buddie (Army / Wake) The AD search goes through November 1st, but could wrap up sooner.
Graham Neff is not a candidate...
Jaylon King is a DB, unless we were playing him 2-way. I think maybe you're thinking of Ryan King?
I don't think he's pushing Jenkins out of the starting lineup, but he's our second tallest WR at 6'5" and could give us some nice mismatches if we sent him AND Jenkins out at the same time.
It's Wednesday, so let's have some hump day preview information.
On Offense, Riley Leonard is up towards the top of the ACC QBR rankings, with a really nice 79.8 rating--that's good. Sims is down at a 46. Some people split the QBR where above 70 is good and below 70 is not, but I'd put more...
When we look at coaches, people often look on how many wins they had. I was surprised that Satterfield has performed so poorly at Louisville—he’s got a great QB, lots of funding, and what would superficially look like a better environment than he had at AppState. But, he’s done worse.
I saw a stats analyst rank Wisconsin first, ASU second, us third, Nebraska fourth, and Colorado fifth.
Nebraska has high expectations, I guess. There are reasons pro and con each job, and how you weight them matters. Perceptions differ