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Study Hall: Oklahoma 35, Notre Dame 21

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Jonathan Daniel

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Oklahoma 35, Notre Dame 21

Oklahoma Notre Dame Oklahoma Notre Dame
Close % 100.0% STANDARD DOWNS
Field Position % 50.7% 29.6% Success Rate 51.8% 50.0%
Leverage % 76.7% 63.0% PPP 0.60 0.64
S&P 1.122 1.139
TOTAL
EqPts 42.2 30.5 PASSING DOWNS
Close Success Rate 50.7% 40.7% Success Rate 47.1% 25.0%
Close PPP 0.58 0.57 PPP 0.50 0.44
Close S&P 1.086 0.973 S&P 0.967 0.689
RUSHING TURNOVERS
EqPts 19.4 20.8 Number 0 3
Close Success Rate 42.9% 50.0% Turnover Pts 0.0 15.6
Close PPP 0.46 0.74 Turnover Pts Margin +15.6 -15.6
Close S&P 0.891 1.241
Line Yards/carry 3.17 3.46 Q1 S&P 1.118 0.977
Q2 S&P 1.176 0.719
PASSING Q3 S&P 1.198 1.656
EqPts 22.8 9.8 Q4 S&P 0.902 0.681
Close Success Rate 61.3% 30.8%
Close PPP 0.74 0.38 1st Down S&P 1.140 0.967
Close S&P 1.349 0.683 2nd Down S&P 1.129 1.217
SD/PD Sack Rate 0.0% / 7.7% 0.0% / 0.0% 3rd Down S&P 0.957 0.596
Projected Pt. Margin: Oklahoma +27.4 | Actual Pt. Margin: Oklahoma +14

Last year, Oklahoma had one of the best pass defenses in the country with almost no pass rush whatsoever. On Saturday, the pass rush showed up just enough, and Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees just had no chance whatsoever.