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McNeese Offensive Line No Longer The Weakest Link

 

Cowboys in the NCAA Rankings
  • Team Stats (Top 25) Rank Number
  • Scoring Offense 2nd 51.7
  • Passing Offense 13th 305.0
  • Total Offense 12th 485.0
  • Red Zone Offense 16th 94.4
  • Team Pass Efficiency 5th 171.56
  • First Downs 8th 75
  • Passes Intercepted 9th 5
  • Sacks 18th 3.0
  • Fumbles Recovered 19th 3
  • Turnovers Gained 11th 8
  • Turnovers Lost 9th 2
  • Turnover Margin 4th +6.0
  • Kickoff Return/Avg. 17th 26.5
  • Punt Return Defense 12th 1.0
  • 3rd Down Conversions 4th 55.8 (29-52)
  • 4th Down Conversions 23rd 75.0 (6-8)
  • Fewest Penalties/Game 20th 4.7
  • Sacks Allowed 20th 1.0
  • Fumbles Lost 1st 0
  • Time of Possession 1st 36:41

 

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