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Sunday, December 05, 2010

UH Stats After Week 14

Hawaii remains the #1 passing offense in the nation with 387.77 yards per game.

UH moves up two spots to #8 in total offense with 496.85 ypg and moves up 3 spots to #9 in scoring offense with 39.92 points per game.

UH moves up to #42 in scoring defense with 22.69 points allowed per game, and is #39 in total defense with 344.23 yards allowed per game.

Bryant Moniz remains the nation's leader in passing yards per game with 356.08 ypg, and is #1 in total offense with 361.92 ypg. On the season, Moniz is 337 of 508 (66.34%) for 4629 yards (which leads the nation) with 36 TD passes against 11 INTs. He is ranked #10 in passing efficiency with a 161.94 rating.

Moniz is tied for #3 in points responsible for with 18.46 points per game.

Alex Green is #35 in rushing yards per game with 89.85 ypg. He's averaging 8.78 yards per attempt, which leads the nation and is utterly ridiculous. He has 1168 rushing yards on the season.

Greg Salas remains at #2 in receiving yards per game with 128.85 ypg. Kealoha Pilares moves up to #5 with 108.83 ypg.

Salas is #3 in receptions per game with 8.15 per game, while Pilares is #9 with 7.33 per game.

UH is #2 in the nation in turnover margin with +1.23 per game.

UH leads the nation in interceptions with 23, and tied for #18 in fumble recoveries with 13.

Mana Silva is #2 in interceptions with .62 per game, for a total of 8. Jeramy Bryant and Corey Paredes are tied for #62 with 0.31 per game for a total of 4.

Corey Paredes is #11 in the nation in tackles with 11.08 tackles per game. He has 144 tackles this season.

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

UPDATE: Be sure to check out Chawan Cut's spreadsheet of opponent schedules and records.

1 Comments:

  • At Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 6:41:00 PM HST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The 2010 season ended with the hint of even greater things to come. It looked a lot like the end of 2007. If the Warriors are able to tame Tulsa, then UH should finish around #20 or maybe even higher is some names get beat in the non-BCS bowls. God Bless! Geeeev'um!!

     

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