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Sunday, November 07, 2010

UH Stats After Week 10

As expected, most of the season averages took a hit after the UH-Boise game. But there's actually some good news, stats-wise. Gotta take solace in something. And sometimes cold, hard numbers are reassuring if you squint at it through your warm, bitter tears.

UH moves up to #2 in the nation in turnover margin with +1.4 per game.

UH is tied for #3 in interceptions with 16, and tied for #3 in fumble recoveries with 13. In both categories the team is one away from being tied for first.

Mana Silva leads the nation in interceptions with 0.7 per game, for a total of 7. Jeramy Bryant is tied for #27 with 0.4 per game.

Corey Paredes moves up to #3 in the nation in tackles with 11.8 tackles per game. He has 118 tackles this season.

Hawaii remains the #1 passing offense in the nation with 371 yards per game.

UH drops to #15 in total offense with 462.1 ypg and is tied for #16 in scoring offense with 36 points per game.

UH drops to #55 in scoring defense with 24.3 points allowed per game, and falls 23 spots to #72 in total defense with 380.2 yards allowed per game.

Bryant Moniz remains the nation's leader in passing yards per game with 337.4 ypg, but drops to #2 in total offense with 344.4 ypg. On the season, Moniz is 255 of 390 (65.38%) for 3374 yards (which leads the nation) with 25 TD passes against 7 INTs.

Moniz is #16 in points responsible for with 16.2 points per game.

Greg Salas remains at #2 in receiving yards per game with 124.6 ypg.

Salas is #4 in receptions per game with 8.44 per game.

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

And don't forget to check out Chawan Cut's spreadsheet of opponent schedules and records.


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