K-State’s Offense Makes Argument As More Dangerous Than Oregon’s


ESPN’s David Ubben threw up a very interesting statistic today on his blog: Oregon’s offense, which has been virtually unstoppable this year, is averaging 6.59 yards per play. PER PLAY! That’s the better half of a first down every time they snap the ball. No team should be able to put up such a statistic; it’s simply unreal. Which helps you understand why so many people think it’s completely ridiculous to think K-State deserves to be ranked in front of Oregon. Until you consider that the Wildcats are averaging 6.91 yards per play. Against a more difficult schedule. For those keeping score, K-State’s 6.91 > Oregon’s 6.59. So sit down haters – there’s still another month of football left to play.

Topics: Football, K-State, Kansas State, Offense

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