Revised Windsor game stats plus video highlights

The CIS has revised the Statistics for the game, correcting the glaring errors I pointed out among other things.  As I suggested the rushing stats were considerably better than the 61 yards originally reported and carried in many news stories.  Still, for me its not that 117 yards are impressive so much as the 6.5 yards/carry average and success rushing on first down.

But when the statisticians reverse a rush by our safety for -19 yards and credit it to the appropriate Windsor RB it ends up as additional yardage against our D.  So there is nothing really to celebrate other than we have a clearer picture, statistically speaking, of what really happened in the game.   Actually, there is one unequivocally good stat change – 4 sacks for -37 yards.  And we only gave up 2 sacks for 3 yards, one of which was on our final play of the game, a desperate third & 10 situation.

Guelph Statistics Windsor
22 FIRST DOWNS 34
9
8
5
Passing
Rushing
Penalty
15
13
6
207 NET YARDS PASSING 238
12-32
6.5
2 for 3
1
Completions-Attempts
Net yards per pass play
Sacked:Number-Yards
Had intercepted
17-24
9.9
4 for 37
0
117 NET YARDS RUSHING 233
19
6.2
Rushing Attempts
Average gain per rush
42
5.5
9 for 283 PUNTS: Number-Yards 9 for 315
31.4 Average 35.0
189 TOTAL RETURN YARDS 147
4 for 95
5 for 94
0 for 0
Punt Returns:No-Yards
Kickof Returns:No-Yards
Int. Returns:No-Yards
3 for 34
5 for 4
1 for 109
19 for 171 PENALTIES: Number-Yards 14 for 110
1-1 FUMBLES: Number-Lost 4-1
4 for 37 SACKS: Number-Yards 2 for 3
0 for 0 INTERCEPTIONS: Number-Yards 1 for 109
28:30 TIME OF POSSESSION 31:30

Complete game stats, scoring summary, etc.

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From the Windsor Athletic Dept via youtube:

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7 Responses to Revised Windsor game stats plus video highlights

  1. Mark says:

    The running stats always get skewed when one team builds a large lead. Windsor obviously let Guelph have the run in the second half. If I were you, I wouldn’t get too excited about it.

    • Mark, does 16-8 at the half constitute a large lead?

      Perhaps its the 1st Q stats that don’t mean so much. After all, is it really surprising that a freshman QB getting his first start struggled early in the game – only hit two of his first 10 passes. Guelph scored TDs in each of the latter three quarters.

  2. mark says:

    No….but 34-14 in the 3rd does….

  3. mark says:

    BTW, I think Guelph has a decent team but you seem to be afflicted by what afflicted Windsor the last 13 years. Terrible coaching.

    • Actually, I believe we’ve got outstanding coaches. Having to hire a new OC so late was a problem. Along with too few experienced players along the line. Those issues correct themselves next season unless there are some unforeseen departures.
      Joe D’Amore’s staff inherited a large group of veteran players and I give them credit for getting more out of them than the previous regime would have. Good luck vs Queen’s.

  4. Mark says:

    I’m not impressed with Lang. Sorry, seems to be all style and no substance. I’ve seen this before.
    I think you Gryphon fans are going to be disappointed with him.

  5. Grant MacDonald says:

    Mark having played for Lang, I know there is a great deal of substance. You have no idea what goes on that practice field or in meetings. If players believe in him it really doesn’t matter what you think.

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