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Sunday, October 03, 2010

UH Stats After Week 5

After last night's game, a lot of offensive rankings went up.

Hawaii remains the #1 passing offense in the nation with 430.80 yards per game. The #2 ranked passing offense is Arkansas with 365 ypg.

UH moves up to #9 in total offense with 501.60 ypg and #18 in scoring offense with 37.4 points per game.

Bryant Moniz now leads the nation in passing yards per game with 373.8 ypg and total offense with 390.6 ypg.

Moniz moves up to #10 in passing efficiency with a 167.42 passer rating. On the season he is averaging 9.44 yards per attempt. He also leads the nation with 15 touchdown passes.

Kealoha Pilares moves up to #2 in receiving yards per game with 136.4 ypg. Close behind him at #4 is Greg Salas with 121.8 ypg. On the year they have 682 and 609 yards receiving respectively. Pilares is on pace to get 1773 receiving yards this season (not counting a bowl game), which would break Ashley Lelie's school record of 1713 yards. It's still early though.

The dreaded Pilaresalas is also running neck and neck with itself as Salas is #7 in receptions per game with 8.2 per game while Pilares is #8 with 7.8 per game.

Corey Paredes is #5 in the nation in tackles with 12.4 tackles per game.

A lot more stats can be found on NCAA.com.


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