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Big 12 Offenses by the Numbers: Week 10

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TCU QB Chandler Morris exploded onto the scene in Week 10 with a monster game in the Horned Frogs’ 30-28 upset over Baylor in the Revivalry. Morris completed 29 of 41 attempts for 2 touchdowns and 461 yards without an interception. He also led TCU in rushing with 70 yards and another TD on 11 carries.

Elsewhere, Texas’ offense fizzled against Iowa State’s defense as Casey Thompson was replaced by Hudson Card, and West Virginia’s offense came crashing to earth against Oklahoma State and the best defense in the Big 12. Kansas State, Iowa State, and Oklahoma State’s offense took care of business in wins spurred by defense, and Baylor’s offense did enough to win, but came up short of Morris and TCU.

Here are all the numbers you need to track Big 12 offenses through Week 9. As always, let the reader beware: Stats can be deceiving.

 

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0 Touchdowns for West Virginia against Oklahoma State

1 Passing TD for ISU WR Xavier Hutchinson against Texas

2 Receiving TDs for BU’s Tyquan Thornton against TCU

3 Touchdowns each for BU’s Gerry Bohanon (3 passing), TCU’s Chandler Morris (2 passing, 1 rushing), and KSU’s Deuce Vaughn (3 rushing)

5 Touchdowns for K-State (4 rushing, 1 passing) against Kansas

8 Receptions each for ISU’s Hutchinson and UT’s Bijan Robinson

12 Players with at least one reception for KSU vs KU

TEAM SACKS ALLOWED

1. Baylor – 7 sacks allowed, 0.78 per game

T2. Iowa State – 11 sacks allowed, 1.22 per game

T2. Kansas – 11 sacks allowed, 1.22 per game

4. Oklahoma State – 12 sacks allowed, 1.33 per game

5. TCU – 13 sacks allowed; 1.44 per game

T6. Kanas State – 15 sacks allowed, 1.67 per game

T6. Texas Tech – 15 sacks allowed, 1.67 per game

8. Oklahoma – 18 sacks allowed, 2.0 per game

9. Texas – 22 sacks allowed, 2.44 per game

10. West Virginia – 25 sacks allowed, 2.78 per game

Note: West Virginia gave up 8 sacks to Oklahoma State.

 

SCORING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 42.9 points per game, 386 total

2. Baylor – 36.3 points per game, 327 total  

3. Texas – 35.8 points per game, 322 total

4. Texas Tech –32.8 points per game, 295 total

5. Iowa State – 31.9 points per game, 287 total

6. TCU – 31.3 points per game, 282 total

7. Oklahoma State – 28.8 points per game, 259 total

8. Kansas State – 28.3 points per game, 255 total

9. West Virginia – 26.7 points per game, 240 total

10. Kansas – 15.1 per points game, 136 total

Note: Baylor moved ahead of Texas after the Longhorns only mustered 7 against Iowa State. Oklahoma State and K-State jumped in front of West Virginia after the Mountaineers only managed a field goal against Oklahoma State.

TOTAL OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 477.0 yards per game; 4,293 total

2. Baylor – 458.0 yards per game; 4,122 total

3. TCU – 450.6 yards per game; 4,055 total

4. Iowa State – 433.6 yards per game; 3,902 total

5. Texas Tech – 430.8 yards per game; 3,877 total

6. Texas – 420.1 yards per game; 3,781 total

7. Oklahoma State – 382.4 yards per game; 3,442 total

8. Kansas State – 378.7 yards per game; 3,408 total

9. West Virginia – 373.0 yards per game; 3,357 total

10. Kansas – 306.1 yards per game; 2,755 total

Note: Texas took a serious tumble in these rankings from 2nd to 6th. West Virginia fell from 7th to 9th.

 

YARDS PER PLAY

1. Oklahoma – 7.25

2. Baylor – 7.07

3. TCU – 6.76

4. Texas Tech – 6.73

5. Iowa State – 6.61

6. Kansas State – 6.45

7. Texas – 6.33

8. West Virginia – 5.49

9. Oklahoma State – 5.33

10. Kansas – 4.92

RED ZONE OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 97.9% (48 attempts, 37 TDs, 10 FGs)

2. Iowa State – 94.3% (35 attempts, 23 TDs, 10 FGs)

T3. Texas – 92.1% (38 attempts, 28 TDs, 7 FGs)

T3. Texas Tech – 92.1% (38 attempts, 26 TDs, 9 FGs)

5. Baylor – 91.9% (37 attempts, 29 TDs, 5 FGs)

6. West Virginia – 89.5% (38 attempts, 23 TDs, 11 FGs)

7. TCU – 89.9% (36 attempts, 22 TDs, 10 FGs)

8. Oklahoma State – 85.3% (38 attempts, 25 TDs, 8 FGs)

9. Kansas State – 86.7% (30 attempts, 21 TDs, 5 FGs)

10. Kansas – 66.7% (22 attempts, 13 TDs, 3 FGs)

Note: Only New Mexico is worse in the Red Zone than Kansas nationally.

RUSHING OFFENSE

1. Baylor –230.9 yards per game; 2,078 total; 24 TDs

2. Texas – 201.1 yards per game; 1,810 total; 21 TDs

3. TCU – 196 yards per game; 1,764 total; 16 TDs

4. Oklahoma – 181.8 yards per game; 1,636 total; 22 TDs

5. Iowa State – 178.2 yards per game; 1,604 total; 18 TDs

6. Oklahoma State – 168.7 yards per game; 1,518; 14 TDs

7. Texas Tech – 161.3 yards per game; 1,452 total; 24 TDs

8. Kansas State – 159.3 yards per game; 1,434 total; 21 TDs

9. Kansas – 138.1 yards per game; 1,243 total; 8 TDs

10. West Virginia – 113.1 yards per game, 1,018 total, 16 TDs

YARDS PER RUSH

1. Baylor – 5.89

2. Oklahoma – 5.49

3. Iowa State – 5.22

4. Texas – 5.11

5. TCU – 5.00

6. Texas Tech – 4.78

7. Kanas State – 4.67

8. Oklahoma State – 3.89

9. Kansas – 3.72

10. West Virginia – 3.33

PASSING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 295.2 yards per game; 2,657 total

2. Texas Tech – 269.4 yards per game; 2,425 total

3. West Virginia – 259.9 yards per game; 2,339 total

4. Iowa State – 255.3 yards per game; 2,298 total

5. TCU – 254.6 yards per game; 2,291 total

6. Baylor – 227.1 yards per game; 2,044 total

7. Kansas State – 219.3 yards per game; 1,974 total

8. Texas – 219.0 yards per game; 1,971 total

9. Oklahoma State – 213.8 yards per game; 1,924 total

10. Kansas – 168.0 yards per game; 1,512 total

INDIVIDUAL PASSING EFFICIENCY

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

*** = QB has not played enough to be ranked

1. Caleb Williams (OU) – 203.74 (1,189 yards; 14 TDs; 1 INT; 78 completions; 109 attempts)

***. Chandler Morris (TCU) – 176.12 (592 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs, 39 completions, 56 attempts)

2. Skylar Thompson (KSU) – 166.42 (1,558 yards; 8 TDs; 4 INTS; 112 completions; 157 attempts)

3. Max Duggan (TCU) – 161.16 (1,666 yards; 14 TDs; 4 INTS; 120 completions; 185 attempts)

4. Casey Thompson (UT) – 159.56 (1,556 yards; 17 TDs; 6 INTs; 114 completions; 181 attempts)

5. Gerry Bohanon (BU) – 157.02 (1,972 yards; 15 TDs; 5 INTs; 145 completions; 233 attempts)

6. Spencer Rattler (OU) – 156.72 (1,438 yards; 11 TDs; 5 INTS; 135 completions; 180 attempts)

7. Brock Purdy (ISU) – 154.02 (2,085 yards; 12 TDs; 4 INTS; 186 completions; 255 attempts)

8. Henry Colombi (TTU) – 141.57 (1,291 yards; 5 TDs; 5 INTS; 96 completions; 149 attempts)

9. Jarret Doege (WVU) – 139.86 (2,180 yards; 11 TDs; 8 INTS; 184 completions; 277 attempts)

10. Spencer Sanders (OSU) – 139.52 (1,523 yards; 13 TDs; 6 INTS; 123 completions; 202 attempts)

11. Jason Bean (KU) – 118.11 (1,252 yards; 6 TDs; 6 INTS; 102 completions; 182 attempts)

Note: I manually calculated Morris’ even though he has not played enough to be included in the national rankings. Williams is 2nd in the nation; Skylar Thompson is 10th; Duggan is 18th; Casey Thompson is 20th; Bohanon is 24th; Rattler is 25th; Purdy is 31st;

LEADING RUSHERS

1. Breece Hall (ISU) – 1,121 yards; 14 TDs; 198 carries

2. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 1,057 yards; 11 TDs; 181 carries

3. Abram Smith (BU) – 1,055 yards; 11 TDs; 144 carries

4. Jaylen Warren (OSU) – 928 yards; 7 TDs; 191 carries

5. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 866 yards; 12 TDs; 154 carries

6. Kennedy Brooks (OU) – 802 yards; 9 TDs; 131 carries

7. Leddie Brown (WVU) – 666 yards; 11 TDs; 151 carries

8. Zach Evans (TCU) – 648 yards; 5 TDs; 92 carries

9. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 601 yards; 1 TDs; 101 carries

10. Kendre Miller (TCU) – 511 yards; 6 TDs; 71 carries

Note: Hall ranks 3rd nationally in yards per game; Robinson is 7th; Smith is 8th; Warren is 15th; Vaughn is 25th; Brooks is tied for 35th; no other Big 12 rusher is in the Top 50 nationally.

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY

1. Abram Smith (BU) – 7.33

2. Zach Evans (TCU) – 7.04

3. Kennedy Brooks (OU) – 6.12

4. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 5.95

5. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 5.84

6. Breece Hall (ISU) – 5.66

7. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 5.62

8. Jaylon Warren (OSU) – 4.86

9. SaRodorick Thompson – 4.44

10. Leddie Brown (WVU) – 4.41

LEADING RECEIVERS

1. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 772 yards; 7 TDs; 42 receptions

2. Xavier Hutchinson (ISU) – 686 yards; 5 TDs; 60 receptions

3. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 679 yards; 8 TDs; 35 receptions

4. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 631 yards; 2 TDs; 40 receptions

5. Quentin Johnston (TCU) – 615 yards; 6 TDs, 31 receptions

6. Marvin Mims (OU) – 605 yards; 4 TDs; 26 receptions

7. Tay Martin (OSU) – 592 yards; 6 TDs; 43 receptions

8. Winston Wright (WVU) – 543 yards; 1 TD; 45 receptions

9. R.J. Sneed (BU) – 500 yards; 2 TDs; 35 receptions

10. Kaylon Geiger (TTU) – 455 yards; 1TD; 32 receptions

Note: Thornton, Hutchinson, and Johnston are this week’s big movers up the rankings after all three had big games.

YARDS PER RECEPTION

1. Marvin Mims (OU) – 23.27

2. Quentin Johnston (TCU) – 19.84

3. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 19.40

4. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 17.19

5. Drew Estrada (BU) – 15.79

6. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 15.78

T7. Jordan Whittington (UT) – 14.96

T7. Trevor Wilson (KU) – 14.96

9. Taye Barber (TCU) – 14.76

10. Rashod Owens (OSU) – 14.50

11. R.J. Sneed (BU) – 14.29

12. Kaylon Geiger (TTU) – 14.22

13. Malik Knowles (KSU) – 14.21

14. Derius Davis (TCU) – 14.12

NOTE: Mims ranks second nationally; Johnston is 14th; Worthy is 19th; Thornton is 48th; no other Big 12 receivers rank in the Top 50 nationally. I included all receivers who rank in the Top 150 nationally.

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