Pryor against the Big Ten

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November 23, 2010 at 3:44p
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Pryor Big Ten 2010

 

Throwing

 

Dead On

Catchable

Inaccurate

Bad Read

Throwaway

Batted

Pressure

Total

attempts

6

118

25

13

4

2

0

168

completions

4

103

0

1

0

1

0

109

yards

165

1186

-7

58

0

-1

0

1401

td

2

10

0

1

0

0

0

13

int

0

0

3

5

0

0

0

8

 

Probably the most useful information from this table is that I haven’t ruled a single completion as inaccurate or used the pressure category.  This means the data is most likely skewed towards the catchable category.  A more useful manipulation of the data can be found below.

 

 

Good2

Inaccurate

Bad Read

@ILL

0.69

0.13

0.13

IND

0.80

0.17

0.00

@WIS

0.66

0.17

0.17

PUR

0.77

0.09

0.05

@MIN

0.79

0.17

0.04

PSU

0.57

0.14

0.21

@IOWA

0.79

0.15

0.03

Average

0.74

0.15

0.08

 

Dead on and catchable have been formed into a single category, then each listed as its percentage of total attempts.  It doesn’t add up to 100 percent because of the throwaway, batted and pressure categories.  The inaccuracy category is unbelievably consistent, probably more a reflection of how I score the game than how Pryor plays.  The bad reads are what separate the good games from the bad, and in this sense Pryor has had no average games this season.  Indiana, Purdue, at Minnesota and at Iowa Pryor was at or below half his average proportion of bad reads.  At Illinois, at Wisconsin and against Penn State he averaged twice his average proportion of bad reads. 

 

Runs

Designed

Scramble

Sack

Knee

Sneak

attempts

35

11

12

0

7

yards

260

117

-69

0

12

td

0

0

0

0

1

fumbles

1

0

0

0

0

yards/carry

7.4

10.6

-5.8

 

1.7

 

Just insane numbers for Pryor running the football, at least from a yards per carry view.

 

Receiver

comp

targets

yards

td

drops

yac

Posey

30

47

454

3

2

98

Sanzenbacher

30

43

507

4

5

164

Schwartz

0

0

0

0

0

0

Stoneburner

6

10

40

1

1

13

Homan

1

1

4

0

0

4

Fields

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hall

4

4

27

0

0

29

Herron

11

12

71

0

1

78

Washington

2

6

33

0

1

7

Saine

10

14

118

3

0

53

Brown

4

9

63

1

3

14

Boren

4

7

34

0

0

26

Fragel

6

7

51

1

1

16

Pryor

1

1

-1

0

0

0

 

109

161

1401

13

14

502

 

A reminder these numbers are for when Pryor is in the game only.  Your number one and number two receivers are getting nearly half the targets this season.  Of the 14 total drops on the season, 8 came at Iowa.  I have no context for this statement, but this seems like a remarkably small number of drops over the course of a conference season.  Over a third of the total receiving yards are coming after the catch, though many of those are Saine and Herron on screens/outlets.

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