Norman North's offense far more balanced than in 2007
By Justin Harper
In Tuesday’s story about Norman North quarterback Tyler Tettleton, there was a reference to the senior making the T-Wolves more balanced this year than they were in 2007 when Tettleton missed the season. Here are some numbers to clarify that:
In terms of total yardage, there’s hardly any difference between last season and this one, but a major difference in how the yards were gained. In 2007, the T-Wolves averaged 347.6 yards per game in total offense and this season they’re averaging 342.0.
But last year they averaged 236.6 yards rushing and 111.0 passing.
This season it’s 154.2 yards rushing and 187.7 passing.
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