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Big 12 Offenses by the Numbers: Week 12

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Defense was name of the game in Week 12 as no team score more than 31 in any game. The Big 12’s leading rusher entering Week 12, Baylor’s Abram Smith, was held to just 46 yards on 21 carries by K-State. The league’s second-leading rusher, Iowa State’s Breece Hall, was held to just 58 yards on 19 carries by Oklahoma. Meanwhile the league’s most efficient passers, Oklahoma’s Caleb Williams and K-State’s Skylar Thompson were stymied to just 87 and 158 yards through the air respectively by Iowa State and Baylor’s defenses.

The two teams that hung 31 points on the board, West Virginia and TCU, did so against the league’s two worst defenses, Kansas and Texas.

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

 

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3 Field goals by Oklahoma’s State’s Tanner Brown against Texas Tech

3 Passing TDs for West Virginia’s Jarret Doege against Texas

4 Rushing TDs by 4 different rushers for TCU against Kansas

5 Big 12 Rushers gained 100 yards or more (only 5): Leddie Brown (WVU) – 158; Deuce Vaugh (KSU) – 128; Kennedy Brooks (OU) – and 115; Kendre Miller (TCU) – 112; and Keilan Robinson (UT) – 111.

TEAM SACKS ALLOWED

1. Baylor – 11 sacks allowed, 1 per game

2. Oklahoma State – 12 sacks allowed, 1.09 per game

3. Kansas – 14 sacks allowed, 1.27 per game

4. Iowa State – 19 sacks allowed, 1.73 per game

T5. Kanas State – 21 sacks allowed, 1.91 per game

T5. Texas Tech – 21 sacks allowed, 1.91 per game

7. TCU – 23 sacks allowed; 2.09 per game

8. Texas – 25 sacks allowed, 2.27 per game

9. Oklahoma – 27 sacks allowed, 2.45 per game

10. West Virginia – 31 sacks allowed, 2.82 per game

SCORING OFFENSE

1. Oklahoma – 38.9 points per game, 428 total

2. Texas – 36.5 points per game, 401 total

3. Baylor – 34 points per game, 374 total 

4. Iowa State – 31.5 points per game, 346 total

5. Oklahoma State – 31.4 points per game, 345 total

6. Texas Tech –30.5 points per game, 336 total

7. TCU – 30 points per game, 330 total

8. Kansas State – 27.2 points per game, 299 total

9. West Virginia – 26.2 points per game, 288 total

10. Kansas – 20.1 per points game, 221 total

TOTAL OFFENSE

1. Baylor – 447.5 yards per game; 4,923 total

2. TCU – 443.8 yards per game; 4,882 total

3. Oklahoma – 441.6 yards per game; 4,858 total

4. Texas – 428.4 yards per game; 4,712 total

5. Iowa State – 427.3 yards per game; 4,700 total

6. Oklahoma State – 413.7 yards per game; 4,551 total

7. Texas Tech – 411.3 yards per game; 4,524 total

8. West Virginia – 380.5 yards per game; 4,185 total

9. Kansas State – 361.4 yards per game; 3,975 total

10. Kansas – 323.1yards per game; 3,554 total

Note: Texas Tech plummeted from 3rd to 7th thanks to Oklahoma State’s defense.

 

YARDS PER PLAY

1. Oklahoma – 6.96

2. TCU – 6.8

 3. Baylor – 6.71

4. Texas Tech – 6.45

5. Texas – 6.41

6. Iowa State – 6.32

7. Kansas State – 6.23

8. Oklahoma State – 5.55

9. West Virginia – 5.44

10. Kansas – 5.11

RUSHING OFFENSE

1. Baylor –231.7 yards per game; 2,549 total; 27 TDs

2. TCU – 202.1 yards per game; 2,223 total; 21 TDs

3. Texas – 198.1 yards per game; 2,179 total; 24 TDs

4. Oklahoma State – 195.7 yards per game; 2,153; 23 TDs

5. Oklahoma – 175.2 yards per game; 1,927 total; 26 TDs

6. Iowa State – 157.8 yards per game; 1,736 total; 21 TDs

7. Kansas State – 154.5 yards per game; 1,700 total; 24 TDs

8. Texas Tech – 154 yards per game; 1,694 total; 26 TDs

9. Kansas – 144.1 yards per game; 1,585 total; 14 TDs

10. West Virginia – 116.1 yards per game; 1,277 total, 17 TDs

YARDS PER RUSH

1. Baylor – 5.69

2. Oklahoma – 5.34

3. Texas – 5.28

4. TCU – 5.12

5. Iowa State – 4.73

6. Texas Tech – 4.65

7. Kanas State – 4.62

8. Oklahoma State – 4.31

9. Kansas – 3.88

10. West Virginia – 3.41

 

PASSING OFFENSE

1. Iowa State – 269.5 yards per game; 2,964 total

2. Oklahoma – 266.5 yards per game; 2,931 total

3. West Virginia – 264.4 yards per game; 2,908 total

4. Texas Tech – 257.3 yards per game; 2,830 total

5. TCU – 241.7 yards per game; 2,659 total

6. Texas – 230.3 yards per game; 2,533 total

7. Oklahoma State – 218 yards per game; 2,398 total

8. Baylor – 215.8 yards per game; 2,374 total

9. Kansas State – 206.8 yards per game; 2,275 total

10. Kansas – 179 yards per game; 1,969 total

ALL PURPOSE YARDS

1. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 1,579 total; 1,115 rushing; 464 receiving

2. Bijan Robinson (UT) – 1,422 total; 1,127 rushing; 295 receiving

3. Breece Hall (ISU) – 1,485 total; 1,222 rushing; 263 receiving

4. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 1,386 total; 708 rushing; 139 receiving; 132 Pnt Rtrn; 407 KO Rtrn

5. Abram Smith (BU) – 1,309 total; 1,249 rushing; 47 receiving; 13 KO Rtrn

6. Winston Wright, Jr. (WVU) – 1,244 total; 2 rushing; 643 receiving; -3 Pnt Rtrn; 602 KO Rtrn

7. Jaylen Warren (OSU) – 1,242 total; 1,078 rushing; 164 receiving

8.  Leddie Brown (WVU) – 1,111 total; 909 rushing; 202 receiving

9. Malik Knowles (KSU) – 1,024 total; 89 rushing; 389 receiving; 546 KO Rtrn

10. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 1,003 total; 7 rushing; 916 receiving; 47 Pnt Rtrn; 33 KO Rtrn

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) – 176.26 (1,418 yards; 15 TDs; 4 INTs; 95 completions; 145 attempts)

2. Max Duggan (TCU) – 159.25 (1,832 yards; 14 TDs; 5 INTS; 130 completions; 201 attempts)

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

3. Casey Thompson (UT) – 155.93 (1,943 yards; 23 TDs; 8 INTs; 148 completions; 238 attempts)

4. Spencer Rattler (OU) – 155.55 (1,483 yards; 11 TDs; 5 INTS; 140 completions; 187 attempts)

5. Skylar Thompson (KSU) – 155.33 (1,854 yards; 9 TDs; 4 INTS; 141 completions; 205 attempts)

6. Brock Purdy (ISU) – 152.5 (2,722 yards; 16 TDs; 7 INTS; 248 completions; 338 attempts)

***. Jalon Daniels (KU) – 150.7 (611 yards, 6 TDs, 1 INTs, 59 completions, 85 attempts)

***. Donovan Smith (TTU) – 136.6 (667 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs, 55 completions, 88 attempts)

7. Gerry Bohanon (BU) – 151.92 (2,165 yards; 17 TDs; 6 INTs; 166 completions; 258 attempts)

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

9. Spencer Sanders (OSU) – 137.45 (1,997 yards; 15 TDs; 6 INTS; 159 completions; 265 attempts)

10. Jarret Doege (WVU) – 137.2 (2,448 yards; 16 TDs; 10 INTS; 238 completions; 365 attempts)

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

LEADING RUSHERS

1. Abram Smith (BU) – 1,249 yards; 11 TDs; 185 carries

2. Breece Hall (ISU) – 1,222 yards; 17 TDs; 235 carries

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

4. Deuce Vaughn (KSU) – 1,115 yards; 14 TDs; 190 carries

5. Jaylen Warren (OSU) – 1,078 yards; 10 TDs; 220 carries

6. Kennedy Brooks (OU) – 972 yards; 10 TDs; 162 carries

7. Leddie Brown (WVU) – 909 yards; 12 TDs; 204 carries

8. Trestan Ebner (BU) – 708 yards; 2 TDs; 125 carries

9. Devin Neal (KU) – 707 yards; 8 TDs; 158 carries

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

LEADING RECEIVERS

1. Xavier Worthy (UT) – 916 yards; 12 TDs; 56 receptions

2. Xavier Hutchinson (ISU) – 846 yards; 5 TDs; 75 receptions

3. Tyquan Thornton (BU) – 838 yards; 8 TDs; 51 receptions

4. Tay Martin (OSU) – 765 yards; 6 TDs; 54 receptions

5. Erik Ezukanma (TTU) – 691 yards; 4 TDs; 46 receptions

6. Charlie Kolar (ISU) – 658 yards; 5 TDs; 53 receptions

7. Marvin Mims (OU) – 644 yards; 4 TDs; 29 receptions

8. Winston Wright (WVU) – 643 yards; 3 TDs; 57 receptions

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

10. Kwamie Lassiter II (KU) – 608 yards; 3 TDs; 52 receptions

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

Note: Kolar jumped from 11th to 6th with a big game against Oklahoma.

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