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Sunday, October 24, 2010

UH Stats After Week 8

Hawaii remains the #1 passing offense in the nation with 400.75 yards per game.

UH moves up to #9 in total offense with 491.38 ypg and remains at #12 in scoring offense with 38.5 points per game.

UH moves up to #57 in scoring defense with 23.88 points allowed per game, and #37 in total defense with 337.13 yards allowed per game. UH is tied for #12 in turnover margin with +1 per game.

UH is tied for #8 in interceptions with 12, and #7 in fumble recoveries with 10.

Bryant Moniz remains the nation's leader in passing yards per game with 365.13 ypg and total offense with 374 ypg. On the season, Moniz is 211 of 324 (65.12%) for 2921 yards (which leads the nation) with 22 TD passes (still leads nation) against 6 INTs.

Moniz is #10 in points responsible for with 17.25 points per game.

Greg Salas remains at #2 in receiving yards per game with 133.5 ypg. Kealoha Pilares is #5 with 111.38 ypg. On the year they have 1068 and 891 yards receiving respectively. It's still early yet, but Salas is on track for 1735.5 receiving yards this season (not counting a bowl game), which would break Ashley Lelie's school record of 1713 yards. Also, Lelie is on the UH staff, so who knows if maybe Salas can't find his helmet in the final game of the season??? I kid, I kid.

Salas moves up to #3 in receptions per game with 8.75 per game while Pilares moves to #9 with 7.5 per game.

Corey Paredes is tied with Manti Te'o for #6 in the nation in tackles with 11.5 tackles per game. He already has 92 tackles this season.

Although they didn't get any picks in this game, Jeramy Bryant and Mana Silva are tied for #13 in the nation in interceptions with 0.5 per game, for a total of 4 each.

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


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