Pryor against EMU

thePhilipJFry's picture
September 27, 2010 at 1:03p
8 Comments

Completely ripped off from MGoBrian.  He explains his terms here http://mgoblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/hennechart-legend.html

 

Terrelle Pryor

 

Passing

 

Dead On

Catchable

Inaccurate

Bad Read

Throwaway

Batted

Pressure

attempts

1

20

3

2

0

0

0

completions

1

19

0

0

0

0

0

yards

31

193

0

0

0

0

0

td

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

int

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

One dead on throw to Sanzenbacher on the post for a 31 yard touchdown.  Eastern Michigan had two guys underneath, an under thrown ball could have been ugly here.

 

Two bad reads.  The first around 8:15 in the first quarter on a downfield throw to Posey, this wasn’t as much a bad read as a late throw.  The Eastern Michigan defensive back breaks up the pass with considerable forward momentum, if this ball is a little later it would be an interception with a long return.  On the very next throw Pryor scrambles to left side, then floats a pass into an area with 2 Buckeyes and 3 Eagles.

 

The very first throw of the game could have been labeled catchable, inaccurate or a bad read.  The throw is downfield into double coverage, Posey goes down to make the catch (not sure if he slipped or did this intentionally) and the ball is off his fingertips.  In my table this fit into the inaccurate column.  The second inaccurate was with 4:26 left in the first, the out to Fields was way out.  It’s possible this was actually a throwaway by Pryor as Fields looked to be well covered on the play.  Inaccuracy number three was in the flat to Saine, but was nowhere near the intended target.

 

To any of you who had Washington in the next Ohio State receiver to drop a pass pool congratulations.  Pryor delivered the ball right when Washington came out of his cut (this is timing he needed on the first throw of the game) but a completion was not to be.

 

Running

Runs

Designed

Scramble

Sack

Knee

attempts

1

6

0

0

yards

15

90

0

0

td

0

1

0

0

fumbles

0

1

0

0

 

One designed run, 3rd and 1 quick snap that Pryor took around the end for 15 yards.  Pryor is very dangerous in a MAC secondary.

Receiver comp targets yards td drops yac
Posey 2 5 34 0 0 17
Sanzenbacher 9 9 107 4 0 35
Herron 3 3 30 0 0 28
Washington 0 1 0 0 1 0
Saine 3 4 18 0 0 20
Brown 1 1 12 0 0 2
Fragel 2 2 23 0 0 12
Pryor 1 1 20 1 0 0
Fields 0 1 0 0 0 0

Big day for Sanzenbacher, but you probably already knew that.

 

Pryor put it in the air 26 times, with 21 being in the first two columns, his best performance of the season in my opinion.

Comments

flipbuckeye's picture

Another nice breakdown, keep 'em coming.

Nik's picture

why does the targets table only add up to 25?  it should add up to 27 (26 for pryor, one from hall, and actually a few more from bauserman if you're going to include the pryor catch, the other non-pryor passes should count too)

 

good breakdown though, thanks!

thePhilipJFry's picture

 

Because the table was wrong.  Fields 0 catches on 1 target was missing, while the inaccurate Saine target was missing.  The receiving stats from the table are from when Pryor is on the field.  If you'd like the Bauserman stats as well I have those, just didn't think there would be any interest (as opposed to the masses clamoring for these as they are).

Nik's picture

ah, no prob, was just curious why they didn't add up (i'm kinda OCD, lol)

thePhilipJFry's picture

also thank you for pointing out the table needed to be updated, should have included that in my first response.

btalbert25's picture

So, I have to wonder if the reason Tressel kept Pryor in the game Saturday was to get him his 25-30 attempts.  It seems like every week he is right around that mark, just as Tressel had said early on.

Doc's picture

You can not get your reps in on the bench.  You typically don't get hurt there either.  I was surprised to see TP after half time.

"Say my name."

thePhilipJFry's picture

Pryor had 9 attempts and 2 scrambles in the second half.  6 of those attempts came on the first drive of the second half.  My initial thought when watching the game was that Tressel was so upset with the team after giving up the third touchdown drive that he sent the offense back out there the next drive as a message, then sent them out a third time in the half because he didn't want them to end on a three and out.  Your theory makes much more sense.