The proliferation of spread offensive tactics to the major programs has coincided with rapidly improving hit rates for the service rankings’ top rated QBs.
A glance at how Big 12 offenses are using spread spacing to create isolations for their WRs and easy reads for their QBs.
Which teams does S&P+ have a particularly strong read on? Particularly weak?
The only way to prevent them is by preventing ANY kind of successful play.
Sometimes an upset is a statistical fluke, with odd bounces and whatnot. Purdue straight up beat Ohio State.
With a more advanced style of defense, physical offense, and "pump fake" Purdy, Iowa State gave West Virginia a historic beating that illustrates the evolution of the college game.
Michigan State recovered every fumble and benefited from dropped INTs against Penn State. That, and more from week 7.
The days of having playing two running backs at the same time seemed to be over, but in today’s evolving game the multi-use tailback may make a comeback.