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vs ISU: 25/35, 145 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 114.93
vs WMU: 7/10, 43 yards, 1 TD, 0 FUM = 170.15
vs Minn: 16/24, 147 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 130.98
Season Total: 81/119, 615 yards, 3 TD, 1 FUM = 133.26 (Comparable QB: Jake Rudock(!?) - 134.0)
vs ISU: 7/13, 50 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 94.23
vs WMU: 6/10, 37 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 98.85
vs Minn: 6/11, 47 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 99.41
Season Total: 35/61, 250 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 100.41 (Comparable QB: Rob Henry, Purdue - 100.7)
vs ISU: 3/8, 10 yards, 1 TD, 1.5 FUM = 53.75
vs WMU: 1/4, 30 yards, 0 TD, 0 FUM = 103.75
vs Minn: 3/5, 35 yards, 1 TD, 0 FUM = 243.50
Season Total: 15/28, 128 yards, 5 TD, 1.5 FUM = 181.04 (Comparable QB: Blake Bell, Oklahoma - 176.9)
I didn't include Canzeri or Daniels mainly because I was too lazy, but I can see Canzeri becoming too hot not to start finding his stats.
Weisman's efficiency rating reflects what kind of back he is: no speedster, but consistent. He's getting 3 or more yards 68% of the time, meaning you could basically run him every play for 10 drives and get a TD on 7 of them. His biggest downfall is being pulled near the goal line. As you can see, he has scored once in the last 3 games which is shocking, and really the only reason his numbers aren't off the charts.
Bullock has had consistency problems. As a QB, you want to be throwing 60% or better. As a running back, you want to be getting 3 or more yards on about 6/10 carries as well. He's currently at 57%. He has bursts, but he also has a lot of 1-yarders or stuffed behind the line. It doesn't help he hasn't scored once this season. I wouldn't say Bullock is QB Rob Henry quality, but his numbers and consistency are about that level.
Rudock finally leveled off from his first two game explosion. His game against ISU was actually pretty ugly and fumbling twice (1 for turnover, .5 for offensive recovered fumble) didn't help. He took a few sacks as well and in general wasn't as effective on the ground as of late. He still has surprising burst and I think he will have some 50+ yard rushing games against the right defenses. Those TDs make his numbers look a lot better, but I suppose it does show how effective his running has been for the Hawkeyes this season.
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