By the numbers: Josh Stewart climbing receiving rankings
We all know that the numbers don’t tell the whole story (or as Todd Monken would say, “stats are, really, for losers”). But each week, we’ll update where Oklahoma State ranks in the NCAA’s major statistical categories.
As we come down the stretch of the 2012 season, Oklahoma State is starting to settle into its place in the various NCAA rankings.
But Josh Stewart is climbing the individual rankings after his 13 catches for 172 yards against West Virginia on Saturday. He is now in the top 30 in the nation in receiving yards per game, receptions per game and total receiving yards.
Here’s an updated list:
Top of the heap
3. Scoring offense (43.89 points per game)
4. Total offense (561.11 yards per game)
4. Passing offense (348.78 yards per game)
4. Sacks allowed (0.67 per game)
5. Net punting (41.47 yards per punt)
7. Red zone offense (92 percent)
7. Kickoff returns (28.48 yards per return)
10. First down offense (26.67 per game)
22. Pass efficiency (153.53 rating)
22. Rushing offense (212.33 yards per game)
23. Third down conversion percentage (46.92 percent)
23. Third down conversion percentage defense (32.89 percent)
T23. Fumbles lost (6)
T26. Rushing defense (129.22 yards per game)
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