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Big 12 Offenses by the Numbers: Week 11

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Three Week 11 games featured huge offensive outpourings by at least one team. Texas Tech and Iowa State combined for 79 points. Oklahoma State hung 63 on TCU. Then, in perhaps the most stunning game of the season, Kansas and Texas combined for 113 points as the Jayhawks beat the Longhorns on a two-point conversion in overtime.

Here are all the numbers you need to track Big 12 offenses through Week 11. As always, let the reader beware: Stats can be deceiving.

 

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3 Touchdown passes for KU’s Jalon Daniels, TTU’s Donovan Smith, ISU’s Brock Purdy

3 Rushing TDs for KU’s Devin Neal and OSU’s Jalen Warren

6 Touchdown passes for UT’s Casey Thompson

7 Passing TDs for Texas against KU

TEAM SACKS ALLOWED

1. Baylor – 8 sacks allowed, 0.8 per game

T2. Iowa State – 12 sacks allowed, 1.2 per game

T2. Kansas – 12 sacks allowed, 1.2 per game

T2. Oklahoma State – 12 sacks allowed, 1.2 per game

T5. Kanas State – 16 sacks allowed, 1.6 per game

T5. Texas Tech – 16 sacks allowed, 1.6 per game

7. TCU – 20 sacks allowed; 2 per game

8. Oklahoma – 23 sacks allowed, 2.3 per game

9. Texas – 24 sacks allowed, 2.4 per game

10. West Virginia – 28 sacks allowed, 2.8 per game

Note: TCU fell from 5th to 7th after surrendering 7 sacks to Oklahoma State.

SCORING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 40 points per game, 400 total

2. Texas – 38.7 points per game, 378 total

3. Baylor – 35.4 points per game, 354 total 

4. Texas Tech –33.6 points per game, 336 total

5. Iowa State – 32.5 points per game, 325 total

6. Oklahoma State – 32.2 points per game, 322 total

7. TCU – 29.9 points per game, 299 total

8. Kansas State – 28.9 points per game, 289 total

9. West Virginia – 25.7 points per game, 257 total

10. Kansas – 19.3 per points game, 193 total

Note: Anyone who thinks the Big 12 is all about offense needs only to compare this ranking to the Big 12 standings to see that is not the case.

 

POINTS PER DRIVE (BIG 12 GAMES ONLY)

1. Oklahoma – 3.56

2. Texas – 3.00

3. Iowa State – 2.97

4. Kansas State – 2.89

5. Texas Tech – 2.85

6. Baylor – 2.79

—BIG 12 AVERAGE: 2.64—

7. Oklahoma State – 2.53

8. TCU – 2.19

9. West Virginia – 1.96

10. Kansas – 1.69

TOUCHDOWN RATE (BIG 12 GAMES ONLY)

1. Oklahoma – 43.7%

2. Texas – 38.0%

3. Baylor – 37.0%

4. Kansas State – 36.5%

5. Texas Tech – 35.0%

6. Iowa State – 33.8%

—BIG 12 AVERAGE: 32.2%—

7. Oklahoma State – 31.6%

8. TCU – 25.0%

9. Kansas – 21.8%

10. West Virginia – 20.0%

TOTAL OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 455.3 yards per game; 4,553 total

2. Baylor – 453.6 yards per game; 4,536 total

3. Texas Tech – 440.6 yards per game; 4,406 total

4. TCU – 439 yards per game; 4,390 total

5. Texas – 435.7 yards per game; 4,357 total

6. Iowa State – 433.9 yards per game; 4,339 total

7. Oklahoma State – 412.4 yards per game; 4,124 total

8. West Virginia – 372.6 yards per game; 3,726 total

9. Kansas State – 371.2 yards per game; 3,712 total

10. Kansas – 317.5 yards per game; 3,175 total

Note: Texas Tech jumped from 5th to 3rd with a huge first half against ISU.

YARDS PER PLAY

1. Oklahoma – 7.06

2. Baylor – 6.97

3. Texas Tech – 6.85

4. TCU – 6.72

5. Iowa State – 6.6

6. Texas – 6.44

7. Kansas State – 6.32

8. Oklahoma State – 5.63

9. West Virginia – 5.46

10. Kansas – 5.01

NOTE: KU is averaging 5+ yards per play for the first time this season.

 

RED ZONE OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 98% (50 attempts, 39 TDs, 10 FGs)

2. Iowa State – 95.1% (41 attempts, 28 TDs, 11 FGs)

3. Texas – 92.9% (38 attempts, 28 TDs, 7 FGs)

4. Texas Tech – 92.1% (43 attempts, 30 TDs, 9 FGs)

5. West Virginia – 90% (40 attempts, 25 TDs, 11 FGs)

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

7. Oklahoma State – 88.9% (345 attempts, 32 TDs, 8 FGs)

8. Baylor – 88.6% (44 attempts, 32 TDs, 7 FGs)

9. Kansas State – 86.1% (36 attempts, 24 TDs, 7 FGs)

10. Kansas – 74.2% (31 attempts, 20 TDs, 3 FGs)

RUSHING OFFENSE

1. Baylor –237.5 yards per game; 2,375 total; 26 TDs

2. Texas – 197.6 yards per game; 1,976 total; 22 TDs

3. Oklahoma State – 196.5 yards per game; 1,965; 22 TDs

4. TCU – 189.7 yards per game; 1,897 total; 17 TDs

5. Oklahoma – 171.8 yards per game; 1,718 total; 24 TDs

6. Iowa State – 168.5 yards per game; 1,685 total; 20 TDs

7. Texas Tech – 165.9 yards per game; 1,659 total; 26 TDs

8. Kansas State – 159.5 yards per game; 1,595 total; 23 TDs

9. Kansas – 146.1 yards per game; 1,461 total; 12 TDs

10. West Virginia – 111.9 yards per game, 1,119 total, 16 TDs

YARDS PER RUSH

1. Baylor – 5.94

2. Oklahoma – 5.25

3. Texas – 5.13

4. Iowa State – 5.08

5. TCU – 4.93

6. Texas Tech – 4.91

7. Kanas State – 4.6

8. Oklahoma State – 4.35

9. Kansas – 3.88

10. West Virginia – 3.37

PASSING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 283.5 yards per game; 2,835 total

2. Texas Tech – 274.7 yards per game; 2,747 total

3. Iowa State – 265.4 yards per game; 2,654 total

4. West Virginia – 260.7 yards per game; 2,607 total

5. TCU – 249.3 yards per game; 2,493 total

6. Texas – 238.1 yards per game; 2,381 total

7. Baylor – 216.1 yards per game; 2,161 total

8. Oklahoma State – 215.9 yards per game; 2,159 total

9. Kansas State – 211.7 yards per game; 2,117 total

10. Kansas – 171.4 yards per game; 1,714 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) – 188.19 (1,331 yards; 14 TDs; 3 INT; 87 completions; 127 attempts)

***. Donovan Smith (TTU) – 176.7 (584 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs, 46 completions, 59 attempts)

2. Skylar Thompson (KSU) – 164.87 (1,696 yards; 9 TDs; 4 INTS; 126 completions; 176 attempts)

3. Casey Thompson (UT) – 163.69 (1,914 yards; 23 TDs; 7 INTs; 144 completions; 224 attempts)

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

5. Spencer Rattler (OU) – 155.44 (1,474 yards; 11 TDs; 5 INTS; 139 completions; 186 attempts)

6. Brock Purdy (ISU) – 155.07 (2,441 yards; 15 TDs; 6 INTS; 218 completions; 297 attempts)

***. Chandler Morris (TCU) – 155.6 (695 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs, 50 completions, 76 attempts)

7. Gerry Bohanon (BU) – 152.98 (2,089 yards; 16 TDs; 6 INTs; 157 completions; 244 attempts)

***. Jalon Daniels (KU) – 145.6 (356 yards, 4 TDs, 0 INTs, 37 completions, 55 attempts)

8. Henry Colombi (TTU) – 141.9 (1,291 yards; 5 TDs; 5 INTS; 95 completions; 148 attempts)

9. Spencer Sanders (OSU) – 141.8 (1,758 yards; 14 TDs; 6 INTS; 140 completions; 227 attempts)

10. Jarret Doege (WVU) – 136.5 (2,448 yards; 13 TDs; 10 INTS; 211 completions; 322 attempts)

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

NOTE: Williams is 2nd nationally; Skylar Thompson is 11th; Casey Thompson is 13th; Duggan is 15th. Smith’s would be 7th if he had the same rating with more games played.

LEADING RUSHERS

1. Abram Smith (BU) – 1,203 yards; 11 TDs; 164 carries

2. Breece Hall (ISU) – 1,164 yards; 16 TDs; 216 carries

3. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 1,127 yards; 11 TDs; 195 carries

4. Jaylen Warren (OSU) – 1,041 yards; 10 TDs; 208 carries

5. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 987 yards; 13 TDs; 179 carries

6. Kennedy Brooks (OU) – 857 yards; 0 TDs; 145 carries

7. Leddie Brown (WVU) – 751 yards; 11 TDs; 171 carries

T8. Zach Evans (TCU) – 648 yards; 5 TDs; 92 carries

T8. Devin Neal (KU) – 648 yards; 7 TDs; 144 carries

10. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 642 yards; 1 TDs; 114 carries

Note: Smith is 5th nationally; Hall is 6th; Robinson is 10th; Warren is 15th; Vaughn is 19th; Brooks is 37th.

LEADING RECEIVERS

1. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 838 yards; 11 TDs; 49 receptions

2. Xavier Hutchinson (ISU) – 798 yards; 5 TDs; 68 receptions

3. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 763 yards; 8 TDs; 46 receptions

4. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 685 yards; 4 TDs; 44 receptions

5. Tay Martin (OSU) – 635 yards; 6 TDs; 47 receptions

6. Quentin Johnston (TCU) – 634 yards; 6 TDs, 33 receptions

7. Marvin Mims (OU) – 622 yards; 4 TDs; 28 receptions

8. Winston Wright (WVU) – 576 yards; 2 TD; 51 receptions

9. R.J. Sneed (BU) – 529 yards; 2 TDs; 37 receptions

10. Kwamie Lassiter II (KU) – 507 yards; 3 TDs; 44 receptions

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

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