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Sunday, October 10, 2010

UH Stats After Week 6

Hawaii remains the #1 passing offense in the nation with 421.67 yards per game. The #2 ranked passing offense is now Oklahoma State, which is averaging 362 yards per game.

UH moves up to #6 in total offense with 496.67 ypg and #11 in scoring offense with 39.33 points per game.

Bryant Moniz remains the nation's leader in passing yards per game with 374.17 ypg and total offense with 388 ypg.

Moniz is #15 in passing efficiency with a 161.94 passer rating. He's also tied for #6 in points responsible for with 19 points per game. On the season, Moniz is 160 for 247 (64.8%) for 2245 yards with 18 TDs against only 4 INTs.

Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares switch spots as Salas moves up to #2 in receiving yards per game with 126.17 ypg. Pilares is #4 with 121 ypg. On the year they have 757 and 726 yards receiving respectively.

Salas is tied for #4 in receptions per game with 8.33 per game while Pilares is #9 with 7.5 per game.

Corey Paredes moves up a spot to a tie for #4 in the nation in tackles with 12.17 tackles per game.

Jeramy Bryant is tied for #4 in the nation in interceptions with 0.67 per game, for a total of 4. Mana Silva is tied for #22 with 0.5 per game, for a total of 3.

As a team, the UH defense is getting better, ranking #76 in scoring defense with 27.17 points allowed per game. UH is starting to force more turnovers, and they're tied for #21 in turnover margin with +0.67 per game. Breaking it down further, UH is tied for #14 in interceptions with 8, and #10 in fumble recoveries with 7.

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


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