OSU vs. OU by Position Group

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soonerchris1985

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Well, besides that being a decisive statistic since points win games and not YPC, TD/catch, or anything like that, I'd say that's a pretty good thing to look at. Nice try.
Id hope yours is higher with one more game. And we are talking about units here not wins and losses.
 
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Id hope yours is higher with one more game. And we are talking about units here not wins and losses.
The receiving corp helps you win games by catching touchdown passes. Stupid argument. We'll see after next week what the numbers look like, but right now, they say OSU is producing more. You're done.
 

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The receiving corp helps you win games by catching touchdown passes. Stupid argument. We'll see after next week what the numbers look like, but right now, they say OSU is producing more. You're done.
Lol you mad bro? And OUs do all that more proficient making them the better corp. Haha
 
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Lol you mad bro? And OUs do all that more proficient making them the better corp. Haha
No, just done with your ignorance. You love to look at the top three of your receiving corp to say "look how good they are", however overall OSU's receivers have put up better numbers. More than 3 receivers are on the field most of the time for both schools, so you have to look beyond the top three and when you do, OSU is better.
 

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No, just done with your ignorance. You love to look at the top three of your receiving corp to say "look how good they are", however overall OSU's receivers have put up better numbers. More than 3 receivers are on the field most of the time for both schools, so you have to look beyond the top three and when you do, OSU is better.
But they don't is the thing and I've showed you they don't. And OU keeps 3 on the field and rarely uses 4. Now our tes have been more so for protection because we haven't needed them. Now we will so I expect that to go up.
 
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But they don't is the thing and I've showed you they don't. And OU keeps 3 on the field and rarely uses 4. Now our tes have been more so for protection because we haven't needed them. Now we will so I expect that to go up.
Dude, go back and reread. Focus this time. Use all that marvelous education you received from somewhere (probably not uO though) and then come talk to me. Let me spoil the ending though. What you'll find is that plenty of stats have been shown that OSU's receiving corp has produced more than the uO receiving corp. All of them. Not one or two or three individuals. It's called a corp for a reason, all are included. That's the end. Don't get all hung up over it. It's done. That is all. Good day to you.
 

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Below are that stats of where both OSU and OU were at in receiving stats after nine games, or in other words, before OSU's game against Tech and OU's bye week:

*I didn't update the LONG for OSU because that research would take time.

REC YDS AVG LONG TD YDS/G

Oklahoma State 300 3488 11.6 29 387.5

Oklahoma 264 3428 13.0 64 28 380.9

OU likes to pass to three guys most of the time. It's helped them win a lot of games this year. One of those three WRs can't play anymore. soonerchris thinks OU's WRs are better, so maybe someone steps up as the third option.

OSU likes to pass the ball around to a lot of different WRs. It hasn't stopped OSU from winning any games at all. One out of that group of WRs can't play anymore. He was doing well, but not as well as OU's best who also can't play anymore, but arguably better than Jazz and Ken. Another WR from that group has missed some games. Regardless of those two WRs I just mentioned, OSU has still managed to have a good year throwing the ball around just edging out OU by 60 whole yards and just one more TD through nine games.

*And for some damn reason I can't get the stats to lineup with the titles.. Sorry if that is confusing to anybody (I'm looking at you Sooners :oops:)
 

soonerchris1985

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Dude, go back and reread. Focus this time. Use all that marvelous education you received from somewhere (probably not uO though) and then come talk to me. Let me spoil the ending though. What you'll find is that plenty of stats have been shown that OSU's receiving corp has produced more than the uO receiving corp. All of them. Not one or two or three individuals. It's called a corp for a reason, all are included. That's the end. Don't get all hung up over it. It's done. That is all. Good day to you.
I think you need to do the same I showed the entire teams stats guess what they production was better. OU as an entire unit averages more ypc and scores more often per reception. Got it now.
 

osuwhit

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I think you need to do the same I showed the entire teams stats guess what they production was better. OU as an entire unit averages more ypc and scores more often per reception. Got it now.
Did you not see this post:

Below are that stats of where both OSU and OU were at in receiving stats after nine games, or in other words, before OSU's game against Tech and OU's bye week:

*I didn't update the LONG for OSU because that research would take time.

REC YDS AVG LONG TD YDS/G

Oklahoma State 300 3488 11.6 29 387.5

Oklahoma 264 3428 13.0 64 28 380.9
 

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Wow. A sooner that continues to impress me with his knowledge of our team. I agree with you about our front 7. Although, our DE's - Blatnick and Richetti - are pretty darn good. They will get shots at the NFL. But, otherwise, you are pretty much spot on. The difference this year from last year in our front 7 is that we now have some depth at the NG and DT spots. That is huge for us. We can actually rotate guys to keep them somewhat fresh. Of course, they are very young as a group, though. Shaun Lewis has not had the year I expected him to have. But, I still think, like you, that he will be an NFL'er for sure. Also, Giblert is becoming a shutdown corner the likes we have never seen in Stillwater before. Brown already has the athleticism and skills. But, Brown is 5'8". Gilbert is 6', can leap like a basketball player and has true 4.4 speed.
Believe me, STEP knows more about our guys shots at the NFL than most anyone on this board does.
 
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I think you need to do the same I showed the entire teams stats guess what they production was better. OU as an entire unit averages more ypc and scores more often per reception. Got it now.
If you had read this whole thing, you would see that I gave a quite a few numbers that showed OSU's receiving corp was more productive (which is code word for better) than uO's and then proceeded to give you the link to all the receiving stats where OSU led in the majority and was ahead in the most important stat in touchdowns. You brushed this off because it didn't support your case and continued to blabber on probably in confusion as to why you couldn't get everyone on an OSU message board to see why uO's receiving corp is the best to ever lay foot on a football field. I will repeat myself, head on over to the gooner boards and they'll coddle your balls and whisper sweet uO nothings in your ear. Nobody over here gives two shits.
 
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Gee look at that ,36 more passes, 36 more receptions = more yards. give landry 36 more passes and his wr corps yardage jumps past osu because of the higher ypc. And they'd damn sure have at least 3-4 more td
Total speculation. IE: worthless. You are assuming that all 36 would go for at least the average, but you don't know.
 

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Guess you didn't watch the game.

You might check the final stats.
Jones matched the school record with 468 yards passing and threw two long touchdown passes 29 seconds apart in the fourth quarter as the Sooners beat Oklahoma State (No. 9 BCS, No. 10 AP) 47-41 on Saturday night

This stat? Yeh, I see what you mean...there weren't 2 D break downs for OSU...exactly.
 

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Gee look at that ,36 more passes, 36 more receptions = more yards. give landry 36 more passes and his wr corps yardage jumps past osu because of the higher ypc. And they'd damn sure have at least 3-4 more td
Easy on the tone there, Toker. But first, go see what I was replying to and then take another gander at the rest of my comments in regards to this ridiculous argument. Then you'll get my intended point.
 

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What's the odds the Sooners can beat Baylor this weekend? This is my upset alert for the week!

OU has had the most difficulty against the better passing teams losing to one of them. Baylor will be the best passing team they have faced through this weekends game.
 

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What's the odds the Sooners can beat Baylor this weekend? This is my upset alert for the week!

OU has had the most difficulty against the better passing teams losing to one of them. Baylor will be the best passing team they have faced through this weekends game.
RGIII has been imploding recently.

He got a little full of himself and it's showing. Our zone blitzing will eat him alive.