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Kansas Jayhawks vs. Missouri Tigers Tale of the Tape

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National Conf Actual Category Actual Conf National
Advantage Rank Rank Rank Rank
Missouri
46
7
168
Rushing Offense 242.18
1
11
Missouri
97
9
176.09
Passing Offense 241.27
6
50
Missouri
95
9
344.09
Total Offense 483.45
5
11
Missouri
89
10
23.45
Scoring Offense 32.91
7
31
Missouri
118
9
245.27
Rushing Defense 141.36
5
50
Missouri
120
10
166.38
Pass Efficiency Defense 129.27
5
63
Missouri
120
10
531.45 Total Defense 404.55
5
80
Missouri
120
10
45.55
Scoring Defense 24.73
3
53
Missouri
78
9
35.77
Net Punting 37.88 3
37
Missouri
63
7
8.09
Punt Returns 9.29
4
48
Missouri
83
9
20.26
Kickoff Returns 22.08
4
54
Missouri
93
8
-.45
Turnover Margin .18
4
45
Missouri
115
9
286.18
Pass Defense 263.18
6
99
Missouri
57
7
133.25
Passing Efficiency 144.24 4
31
Missouri
117
10
.82
Sacks 2
5
50
Missouri
113
10
4.18
Tackles For Loss 7.09
4
20
Missouri
92
9
2.55
Sacks Allowed 1.55
4
43

 

It's official.  Not a single category where Kansas statistically holds any sort of edge. Even our net punting and "improved" offense has regressed back to the back of the pack.  I take this as the final sign that there has been absolutely ZERO improvement in our program from last year to this year.  In fact it's probably gotten worse. 

Rough two years, I suppose nothing is certain but it will be interesting to finally know if we're starting over as we all suspect beginning next week OR if for some reason Gill returns.  If he does, there will need to be NOTICEABLE improvement and sustained improvement.  Based on the above chart, I don't see how any coach can defend his work and legitimately claim that he is building a program.  It's ugly.