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The Numbers Game Fiesta: Putting the Defenses in Perspective

Texas' raw numbers are almost ridiculously dichotomous.  Ranked #2 in the nation in Rush Defense, the Longhorns are simultaneously ranked #109 in Pass Defense. Texas' Fiesta Bowl opponent, Ohio...

Numbers Game: So You're Saying There's a Chance!

BCS Analysis of Texas' National Championship hopes.

Numbers Game: BCS Analysis

Analysis of the BCS numbers relative to Texas' chances for the Big 12 Championship game and the National Championship game.

The Numbers Game: A BCS Status Update

Analysis of the BCS numbers and what it will take to get Texas to the Big 12 Championship game and the national championship game.

The Numbers Game: 40 Days and 40 Nights of BCS Posts

In-depth explanation of the BCS numbers, especially as they relate to Texas' chances at the Big 12 and National Championship games.

The Numbers Game: Schlabach Hate Week Continues!

Are SEC defenses really that much better than Big 12 defenses, or is it the relative weakness of SEC offenses and the relative strength of Big 12 offenses that make it seem that way? An in-depth look at how the numbers play out, with an eye towards refuting Mark Schlabach's asinine ESPN.com article.

The Numbers Game: Stats are for Losers

"Stats are for losers.  I like winning games."  - Will Muschamp Gee thanks, coach. No, in fairness to his intellect and my sense of self-worth, Muschamp was saying that there's no sense in...

Playing the Numbers Game - Brain Style: Big 12 Opener

Heading into conference play, this Texas team is averaging the highest margin of victory of all of Mack Brown's Texas teams.  Sitting diametrically opposite from the 2007 ‘Horns, these guys...

The Numbers Game: Bend But Don't Break?

The more yards a defense gives up, the more points it's going to allow, generally speaking.  This is a pretty obvious tenet of defensive football.  The more yards you give up in a game, the closer...

The Numbers Game: Introducing the Explosive Plays Project

Greg Davis and Mack Brown are enamored of explosive plays.  The Burnt Orange Nation is concerned with the lack of explosive options on offense.  Why all the hubub?  As whills said (uh, sort of,...

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