http://www.footballstudyhall.com/pages/2016-colorado-advanced-statistical-profile Basically, cause the model expects us to suck, and won't fully count in season performance until week five. Which makes sense. Bill also noted that the efficiency stats just aren't very reliable yet because of the low amount of data points. CU: 74 CSU: 93 Michigan: 4 Oregon: 11 OSU: 88 (only game we are favored in rest of the season at the moment) USC: 12 Stanford: 13 UCLA: 19 Arizona: 61 ASU: 48 WSU: 65 Utah: 38 Now, caveats aside, I like most of the below numbers, so let's take a look: Early notes: Our offense is still not all that explosive (79), which is better than last year, but obviously not great. However, it is currently the most efficient offense in the nation, and is above average in finishing drives. However, we just don't get explosive running plays. All our scoring plays on the run, except for Sefo's one, have been like 2 yards, putting us last in the nation somehow. Defense: Extremely good at stopping explosive plays (#11), and is very good at making other teams inefficient (#4). However, it is average at stopping drives that get across our 40. (#66) But the defense has all sorts of good numbers. In any event, only thing I can say for sure is that the numbers are improved, albeit against crap competition. My concern is that the OL stats, such as they are, are mixed to average in most spots. And Beau Bisharat is struggling. Special teams look average. Woot!