StatConference RankNational RankScoring Offense10th60thRushing Offense8th77thYards Per Rush6th76thRushing TouchdownsT-10th98thPassing Offense6th18thYards Per Attempt11th86thPassing Touchdowns3rd4thInterceptionsT-11th93rdSacks Allowed2nd43rd3rd Down Conversion %8th59thRed Zone Scoring %6th41stRed Zone TD %3rd20th20+ Yard Passing PlaysT-5th26th40+ Yard Passing PlaysT-7thT-52nd20+ Yard Rushing PlaysT-2ndT-26th40+ Yard Rushing PlaysT-5thT-62ndMy Takeaways: 1. The passing offense is solid overall and would be very good without the high number of interceptions and a low yards per attempt number. Sefo's challenge going forward is going to be taking care of the football because he is tied for last in the conference with Connor Halliday (not a good thing). Sefo is very good at avoiding sacks, needs to carry that over to not forcing the ball to covered receivers now. The yards per attempt number is being held down because of the lack of an intermediate passing game IMO. The passing offense is very much boom or bust right now. 2. The rushing game is very inefficient. A couple big running plays on the season and that is it. A lot of empty yards. Just as an example, we average about 25 more yards a game than Oregon State, but they have almost twice as many rushing touchdowns (10 to 6). 3. The red zone TD percentage stat was the most surprising stat of all. Very good, despite the high profile failures the first half of the season. This was a point of emphasis this past offseason and that appears to be paying off, with the notable exceptions of course.