Confused? Visit the Advanced Stats glossary here. Or just skip to the words. I won't be offended. (Okay, I'll only be a little offended.)
I always enjoy when crazy games with huge momentum swings and big plays are boiled down to a set of numbers. Still, this is a pretty strong description of the game as a whole. ASU was more efficient on standard downs, ASU dominated in the first half, UCLA dominated in the second, and Brett Hundley couldn't drop to pass without three ASU defenders in his face immediately.
Man oh man, am I going to miss Will Sutton.
Arizona State 38, UCLA 33
|Close %||93.1%||STANDARD DOWNS|
|Field Position %||40.3%||50.8%||Success Rate||57.1%||43.8%|
|Close Success Rate||49.4%||36.8%||Success Rate||28.6%||28.0%|
|Close Success Rate||48.9%||44.4%||Turnover Pts||5.2||7.4|
|Close PPP||0.45||0.65||Turnover Pts Margin||+2.2||-2.2|
|Line Yards/carry||3.00||3.96||Q1 S&P||1.281||0.804|
|Close Success Rate||50.0%||30.0%|
|Close PPP||0.69||0.45||1st Down S&P||1.125||1.132|
|Close S&P||1.193||0.755||2nd Down S&P||1.158||1.049|
|SD/PD Sack Rate||11.8% / 7.7%||38.5% / 23.5%||3rd Down S&P||0.731||0.381|
|Projected Pt. Margin: Arizona State +5.4 | Actual Pt. Margin: Arizona State +5|