We looked at the stats for in-conference games during Petersen’s tenure to quantify where UW needs improvement in 2018. The numbers are for 2014, 2016, 2017, 2017. The number in parenthesees is the rank in conference. We bolded 2016 and 2017. Let’s start with the offense… Sack Yards Allowed- 160, 180, 79, 127 Explosive Plays-
Let’s compare the 2016 vs. 2018 offense player by player. Because the offense has different packages, we will look at a few more players beyond starters. The bold shows who I think is better… WR- John Ross / Andre Baccielia TE- Darrell Daniels / Hunter Bryant (Bryant provides great receiving threat) TE- Dissly, Sample /
Here is how Stanford shakes up…. Overall Ranking- S&P+ 22, FEI 26 Defense Ranking- S&P+ 57, FEI 65 Offense Ranking- S&P+ 28, FEI 24, Pac12 YPP 3/12 Special Teams- S&P+ 12, FEI 1 Offense… Run Offense S&P + 56 Run yards per play- 2 out of 12 in conference play Pass Offense S&P
This is not your typical cookie cutter list where most look at the 2016 season and returning starters for 2017 and rank games that way. We are not ranking opponents here, we are ranking the difficulty of each game. 4. @ Oregon State, September 30 The Beavs will be a physical team and not
Everyone has their own criteria for rating coaches. Some prefer rating based on accomplishments like championships. Some go purely on record. Some on performance relative to expectations. For this exercise, we rate on who we would want to coach our team. Chris Petersen At Boise, he finished #11 in cumulative SRS from 2006-2014 and
In this post we look at the greatest husky victories just based on the quality of the opponent and Washington being an underdog. We are not considering how the victories may have influenced the rest of the season or the tenure of a coach. Road or neutral sight victories are more significant than home victories.