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A quick stat check as we end the first month of the season and move on to sterner challenges (though every game is a challenge with this bunch).

There are 350 teams in NCAA Division I.

 

  • FG Percentage Offense — 45.2 percent (129th in Division I)
  • 3-point FG Percentage Offense — 34.2 percent (143rd)
  • FT Percentage — 57.6 percent (344th)
  • Rebound Differential — minus-13.5 (349th) Take THAT, Mississippi Valley State!
  • FG Percentage Defense — 41.3 percent (158th)
  • 3-point FG Percentage Defense — 29.9 percent (104th)
  • Assist-Turnover Ratio — plus-1.14 (100th)

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23 minutes ago, hskr4life said:

Interesting considering that Fred’s specializes in offense.  However, I’d be interested to see how these numbers have evolved from game 1 to now.

 

After two games, NU was shooting in the mid-30s as far as field goal shooting, which had to be in the bottom 10 in the country. So, hey, at least that figure has bumped up to 45% !!

 

 

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3 hours ago, Huskerpapa said:

Ughhh...the good news is that, realistically, we have nowhere to go but up ---- right?

 

  • FT Percentage — 57.6 percent (344th)
  • Rebound Differential — minus-13.5 (349th) Take THAT, Mississippi Valley State!

Mississippi Valley State will get through their payday games and start playing SWAC opponents so their margin might get better. Nebraska will start playing conference games in the most physical league in the country. So....

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On 11/28/2019 at 7:20 PM, Norm Peterson said:

It's like the first PT test when you go to basic. Set the bar low so you can show lots of improvement. 😁

 

except get put on a diet and no more cherry cobbler for you. I live for that stuff in basic. If I had a sign made, it would read, "will run 2 mile in under 13 for desert". 

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22 hours ago, hhcmatt said:

 

353 

Not doubting, but the NCAA team stats pages list only 350 in each category. For example, in FT percentage, you see this on page 7, where each page lists 50 teams. There is not page 8. And that's true of every stat. Who's worse than St. Louis in FT percentage? I don't know. Either nobody or three other teams. It's hard to imagine worse than 51 percent, but ...

 

So to understand my stats post (out of 350), it's of the 350 listed. I don't know where we rank if you add in the other three teams.

 

 

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Ken Pomeroy includes all of the teams:

 

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Data through games of Friday, November 29

 
Category Offense Defense D-I Avg
Adj. Efficiency 101.0 140 99.6 157 99.6
Adj. Tempo 72.6 65 69.7
Avg. Poss. Length 15.2 23 18.4 321 17.2
Four Factors
Effective FG%: 51.8 93 46.6 115 49.1
Turnover %: 15.7 25 19.7 166 19.7
Off. Reb. %: 19.2 342 37.6 347 28.2
FTA/FGA: 39.3 63 19.1 8 31.8
Miscellaneous Components
3P%: 34.2 130 29.9 92 33.0
2P%: 52.1 88 47.6 148 48.9
FT%: 57.6 346 72.3 246 69.6
Block%: 11.2 280 8.3 184 9.0
Steal%: 8.0 88 7.8 252 9.2
Non-Stl TO%: 7.8 33 11.9 94 10.5
Style Components
3PA/FGA: 38.3 154 36.0 130 37.5
A/FGM: 50.0 194 41.4 39 51.3
Point Distribution (% of total points)
3-Pointers: 31.1 169 30.2 192 30.9
2-Pointers: 50.9 174 56.9 50 50.7
Free Throws: 17.9 195 12.9 330 18.4
Strength of Schedule
Components: 95.9 322 101.0 255 99.6
Overall: -5.16 301 0.00
Non-conference: -5.16 298 0.00
Personnel
Bench Minutes: 30.3% 178 30.4%
Experience: 1.53 yrs 231 1.68
Minutes Continuity: 4.1% 352 46.7%
Average Height: 77.1" 140 76.9"
2-Foul Participation: 43.4% 36 21.1%

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