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Big 12 Football Offenses by the Numbers: Week 7

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Week 7 has come and gone, and we’re getting a sense of how the teams stack up while some early season trends have been replaced by midseason trends.

Here are the all the numbers you need regarding Big 12 offenses after Week 7. As always, caveat lector: stats can be deceiving.

3-4-4-7. . .

3 Rushing touchdowns for Abram Smith (BU) vs BYU

4 Passing TDs each for Max Duggan (TCU) vs OU and Caleb Williams (OU) vs TCU

4 different rushers scored TDs for Texas Tech vs KU

7 Receptions for Quentin Johnson (TCU) for 185 yards and 3 TDs

 

TEAM SACKS ALLOWED (CHANGE FROM LAST WEEK)

DNP = Did not play

T1. Baylor – 6 sacks allowed (+0); 0.86 per game

T2. Iowa State – 6 sacks allowed (+0); 1 per game

T2. TCU – 6 sacks allowed (+0); 1 per game

4. Oklahoma State – 7 sacks allowed (+1); 1.17 per game

5. Kansas – 8 sacks allowed (+0); 1.33 per game

6. Kanas State – 10 sacks allowed (+4); 1.67 per game

7. Texas Tech – 11 sacks allowed (+1); 1.57 per game

8. Oklahoma – 14 sacks allowed (+3); 2 per game

9. Texas – 15 sacks allowed (+3); 2.14 per game

10. West Virginia – 16 sacks allowed (DNP); 2.66 per game

Note: Baylor’s offensive line remains the pass protection class of the league. Bohanon’s mobility helps Baylor’s O-line overall, of course, just as Doege’s immobility hurts West Virginia’s.

SCORING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 299 points, 42.7 per game

2. Texas – 291 points, 41.6 per game

3. Baylor – 268 points, 38.3 per game

4. Texas Tech – 250 points, 35.7 per game

5. TCU – 223 points, 37.2 per game

6. Iowa State – 202 points, 33.7 per game

7. West Virginia – 170 points; 28.3 per game

8. Kansas State – 164 points; 27.3 per game

9. Oklahoma State – 119 points; 26.5 per game

10. Kansas – 100 points; 16.7 per game

Note: Oklahoma surpasses Texas in scoring offense in Caleb Williams’ first start.

 

TOTAL OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 3354 yards; 479.1 per game

2. Baylor – 3,302 yards; 471.7 per game

3. Texas – 3,194 yards; 456.3.6 per game

4. Texas Tech – 3,178 yards; 454 per game

5. TCU – 2,760 yards; 460 per game

6. Iowa State – 2,628 yards; 438 per game

7. Oklahoma State – 2,290 yards; 381.7 per game

8. West Virginia – 2,245 yards; 374.2 per game

9. Kansas State – 2,144 yards; 357.3 per game

10. Kansas – 1,926 yards; 321 per game

Note: Oklahoma and Baylor both jumped Texas in total offense this week.

YARDS PER PLAY

1. Baylor – 7.29

2. TCU – 7.01

3. Texas Tech – 7.0

4. Oklahoma – 6.94

5. Texas – 6.85

6. Iowa State – 6.74

7. Kansas State – 6.01

8. West Virginia – 5.5

9. Oklahoma State – 5.11

10. Kansas – 5.0

TEAM PASS EFFICIENCY

1. TCU – 171.11 – 151 attempts; 99 completions; 1,395 yards; 2 INTs; 14 TDs

2. Texas – 166.19 – 176 attempts; 113 completions; 1,588 yards; 5 INTS; 17 TDs

3. Baylor – 163.61 – 179 attempts; 118 completions; 1,634 yards; 1 INT; 12 TDs

4. Oklahoma – 160.94 – 239 attempts; 173 completions; 2,010 yards; 5 INTs; 16 TDs

5. Iowa State – 153.49 –184 attempts; 131 completions; 1,505 yards; 4 INTs; 10 TDs

6. Texas Tech – 152.51 – 219 attempts; 131 completions; 2,000 yards; 7 INTs; 10 TDs

7. Kanas State – 138.17 – 143 attempts; 87 completions; 1,169 yards; 5 INTs; 7 TDs

8. West Virginia – 137.75 – 205 attempts; 132 completions; 1,595 yards; 5 INTs; 8 TDs

9. Oklahoma State – 127.29 – 169 attempts; 97 completions; 1,274 yards; 6 INTs; 7 TDs

10. Kansas – 119.95 – 156 attempts; 85 completions; 1,036 yards; 4 INTs; 7 TDs

Note: Max Duggan is doing everything he can to win games for TCU. As you’ll see in the individual numbers, K-State’s efficiency numbers are brought down by QB2 Will Howard.

 

RUSHING OFFENSE

1. Baylor – 1,668 yards; 238.3 per game; 20 TDs

2. Texas – 1,606 yards; 229.4 per game; 20 TDs

3. TCU – 1,365 yards; 227.5 per game; 14 TDs

4. Oklahoma – 1,344 yards; 192 per game; 19 TDs

5. Iowa State – 1,123 yards (DNP); 187.2 per game; 13 TDs

6. Texas Tech – 1,178 yards; 168.3 per game; 20 TDs

7. Oklahoma State – 1,016 yards; 169.3 per game; 10 TDs

8. Kansas State – 975 yards; 162.5 per game; 12 TDs

9. Kansas – 890 yards; 148.3 per game; 6 TDs

10. West Virginia – 650 yards; 108.3 per game; 11 TDs

Note: Baylor has leap-frogged Texas for the number one spot. This is impressive for Oklahoma’s State defense as it has already corraled the two most prolific rushing offenses in the league and played a role and in Baylor overtaking Texas in Week 7.

YARDS PER RUSH

1. Baylor – 6.09

2. TCU – 5.62

3. Texas – 5.54

4. Iowa State – 5.45

5. Oklahoma – 5.51

6. Texas Tech – 5.01

7. Kanas State – 4.56

8. Kansas – 3.89

9. Oklahoma State – 3.64

10. West Virginia – 3.2

Note: As effective as Oklahoma State’s rushing game has been with Jaylen Warren, the team’s rush efficiency is still not very good.

LEADING RUSHERS (CHANGE FROM LAST WEEK)

DNP = Team did not play

1. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 924 yards; 10 TDs; 146 carries

2. Abram Smith (BU) – 785 yards; 10 TDs; 105 carries

3. Breece Hall (ISU) – 748 yards; 10 TDs; 134 carries

4. Jaylen Warren (OSU) – 705 yards; 6 TDs; 148 carries

5. Kennedy Brooks – 688 yards; 7 TDs; 92 carries (+25)

6. Zach Evans (TCU) – 586 yards; 5 TDs; 74 carries

7. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 531 yards; 5 TDs; 108 carries

8. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 496 yards; 0 TDs; 77 carries

9. Leddie Brown (WVU) – 422 yards; 6 TDs; 95 carries

10. Kendre Miller (TCU) – 357 yards; 6 TDs; 49 carries

Notes: Abram Smith is the most overlooked running back in the nation.

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY

1. Zach Evans (TCU) – 7.92

2. Abram Smith (BU) – 7.48

3. Kennedy Brooks (OU) – 6.95

4. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 6.44

5. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 6.33

6. Breece Hall (ISU) – 5.58

7. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 4.92

8. Jaylon Warren (OSU) – 4.76

9. Jason Bean (KU) – 4.66

10. Devin Neal (KU) – 4.61

Note:  WVU’s Leddie Brown is 11th with 4.44 yards per carry.

LEADING RECEIVERS

1. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 547 yards; 5 TDs; 32 receptions

2. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 542 yards; 6 TDs; 29 receptions

3. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 505 yards; 1 TD; 31 receptions

4. Marvin Mims (OU) – 456 yards; 2 TDs; 21 receptions

5. Kaylon Geiger (TTU) – 433 yards (+99); 1TD (+0); 28 receptions

6. Xavier Hutchinson (ISU) – 414 yards; 3 TDs; 34 receptions

7. R.J. Sneed (BU) – 398 yards; 1 TD; 25 receptions

8. Tay Martin (OSU) – 365 yards; 2 TDs; 27 receptions

9. Winston Wright (WVU) – 364 yards; 0 TDs; 32 receptions

10. Jordan Whittington (UT) – 359 yards; 3 TDs; 24 receptions

Note: There are discrepancies among stat banks regarding Geiger and Mims’ total receiving yardage and receptions. I went with the number I believe is correct after going through their numbers game by game.  

YARDS PER RECEPTION

1. Marvin Mims (OU) – 21.71

2. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 18.69

3. Quentin Johnston (TCU) – 18.68

4. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 17.09

5. Trevor Wilson (KU) – 16.88

6. Taye Barber (TCU) – 16.53

7. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 16.29

8. R.J. Sneed (BU) – 15.92

9. Kaylon Geiger (TTU) – 15.46

10. Jordan Whittington (UT) – 14.96

Note: UT’s Bijan Robinson is 11th with 14.79.

INDIVIDUAL PASS EFFICIENCY

The formula is for pass efficiency is: ( { (8.4 x yards) + (330 x TDs) – (200 x INTs) + (100 x completions) } / attempts

1. Caleb Williams (OU) – 188.06 – 59 attempts; 40 completions; 609 yards; 0 INTs; 6 TDs

2. Casey Thompson (UT) – 171.91 – 137 attempts; 89 completions; 1,274 yards; 5 INTs; 15 TDs

3. Max Duggan (TCU) – 169.33 – 146 attempts; 95 completions; 1,349 yards; 2 INTs; 13 TDs

4. Tyler Shough (TTU) – 164.18 – 92 attempts; 64 completions; 872 yards; 3 INTs; 6 TDs

5. Gerry Bohanon (BU) – 163.76 – 173 attempts; 114 completions; 1,568 yards; 1 INT; 14 TDs

6. Skylar Thompson (KSU) – 159.57 – 82 attempts; 56 completions; 766 yards; 3 INTs; 5 TDs

7. Brock Purdy (ISU) – 159.45 – 157 attempts; 116 completions; 1,341 yards; 4 INTs; 9 TDs

8. Spencer Rattler (OU) – 153.24 – 175 attempts; 130 completions; 1,371 yards; 5 INTs; 10 TDs

9. Henry Colombi (TTU) – 146.84 – 119 attempts; 78 completions; 1,066 yards; 3 INTs; 4 TDs

10.  Jarret Doege (WVU) – 141.27 – 181 attempts; 118 completions; 1,444 yards; 5 INTs; 8 TDs

11. Spencer Sanders (OSU) – 129.18 – 128 attempts; 75 completions; 959 yards; 5 INTs; 6 TDs

12. Jason Bean (KU) – 116.99 – 140 attempts; 77 completions; 932 yards; 4 INTs; 5TDs

13. Will Howard (KSU) – 105.68 – 39 attempts; 19 completions; 249 yards; 1 INT; 1 TD

Note: The NCAA has a threshold for games played to be included in their rankings, so I had to manually calculate the pass efficiency for Colombi, Howard, Shough, S. Thompson, and Williams. For the sake of thoroughness, I included all 13 QBs who have started at least 6 quarters.

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