Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Offensive review of the first half of the 2007 season

The Wolverines (4-2, 2-0) are halfway through their 2007 regular season schedule and it was a rough first half. Not only did Michigan start the season 0-2, it has continued to struggle at times even though it has won four consecutive games. Michigan's strength this season was supposed to be its offense. However, the offensive production has been less than stellar during the first six games. Here are how the Wolverines rank on offense in the Big Ten (all games):
  • Scoring Offense: 9th, 25.3 avg.
  • Total Offense: 10th, 399.7 avg.
  • Rush Offense: 4th, 203.3 avg.
  • Pass Offense: 9th, 196.3 avg.
  • Pass Efficiency: 10th, 115.2 rating
  • Red Zone Offense: 11th, 70.4%
  • Field Goals: 10th, 45.5%

Hopefully the Wolverines can get the offense going during the second half of the season. Go Blue!

2 Comments:

At 12:34 PM, Anonymous the one that usually posts said...

There are how many teams in the Big 10? And UM ranks as low as 10th/11th in many of those stats? Holy cow does the offense stink. But hey, they won 4 straight games. And that's what really matters.

 
At 1:09 PM, Blogger Rybu said...

A lot can change in a few short weeks. Do you have updated stats available?

 

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