A statistical analysis of the Pitt Panthers scrimmage.

Posted by Paul Sievers on August-20-2009 Add Comments

It's hard for me to have strong opinions on an inner-squad scrimmage that I didn't watch. Especially when you consider that seven guys on the two deep depth chart sat out. Plus, so much can change in the 16 days until opening kickoff right?

By all accounts, Bill Stull struggled again, Tino Sunseri looked good again (all though he was sacked the most of the three QBs), and the defense was ahead of the offense.

But just how far ahead was the defense?

The scrimmage featured 2.2 rushing yards per carry, 4.4 yards per pass attempt, and 3.1 yards per play. Those numbers were far above what the offense was gaining last season (3.7/6.9/5.1), a...

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