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Maryland vs. Georgia Tech: A Tale of Two Halves

The percents on the left indicate percent of carries called per quarter for each position (rgb bars).  The units on the right indicate the yards per carry per quarter (orange balls).
The percents on the left indicate percent of carries called per quarter for each position (rgb bars). The units on the right indicate the yards per carry per quarter (orange balls).
I told Winfield that I felt like this weekend's game was a prime example of amassing a lead and sitting on it. The chart above breaks down our rushing playcalls based on ball carrier position receiving the ball. It also breaks down the yards per carry per quarter. As we progressed through the game, we gave up on the rocket sweeps, triple options, and overall slotback inclusion in our offense. Maryland was dedicated to stopping the slotbacks and CPJ focused the offense around Tevin's legs in the second half (66% of second half carries).

I don't know what CPJ saw that I didn't see but I hope my little brother's right. He thinks that the Skipper is reducing game film for our future opponents. Never forget: "We've got bigger fish to fry."