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Tale of the Tape: Kansas vs Colorado

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National Conf Actual Category Actual Conf National
Advantage Rank Rank Rank Rank
Kansas 77 8 141.5 Rushing Offense 129.26 11 90
Colorado 87 9 182 Passing Offense 212 8 68
Colorado 96
11 323.5 Total Offense 341.25 10 83
Colorado 112 12 16.13 Scoring Offense 18.75 11 103
Colorado 112 11 210.38 Rushing Defense 140.25 5 48
Colorado 111 12 150.75 Pass Efficiency Defense 149.61 11 107
Kansas 88 8 409.63 Total Defense 412.5 9 89
Colorado 100 12 33.13 Scoring Defense 27.75 8 77
Colorado 87 12 34.6 Net Punting 35.04 11 81
Colorado 112 12 3.75 Punt Returns 7.75 7 62
Kansas 42 6 22.9 Kickoff Returns 22.14 7 52
Colorado 116 12 -1.13 Turnover Margin .25 7 42
Kansas 42 3 199.25 Pass Defense 272.25 10 112
Colorado 102 11 110.84 Passing Efficiency 117.81 9 91
Colorado 113 12 1 Sacks 1.75 9 78
Colorado 104 9 4.5 Tackles For Loss 5.13 7 87
Colorado 105
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2.88 Sacks Allowed 2.38 10 86


Week after week, it's the same thing.  Good news is that there isn't a large advantage for Colorado, just a consistent advantage.  After the jump, a look at the Big 12 as a whole with these stats and quick test for Owen's Power Rankings.  

First, a lazy graph that shows each team's average conference rank in each category.  We know football is about a lot more than stats but the graph shows that the big picture matches pretty well with the on-field results.

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And one last graph, comparing the Big 12 ranks above with Owen's Power Ranking for this week.  Does he show any bias?

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He has mentioned growing up as a Cyclone fan.