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.
|207||NET YARDS PASSING||238|
2 for 3
Net yards per pass play
4 for 37
|117||NET YARDS RUSHING||233|
Average gain per rush
|9 for 283||PUNTS: Number-Yards||9 for 315|
|189||TOTAL RETURN YARDS||147|
|4 for 95
5 for 94
0 for 0
|3 for 34
5 for 4
1 for 109
|19 for 171||PENALTIES: Number-Yards||14 for 110|
|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: