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April 2006

April 2006


Impact Stats

The Most Important Stat?
by: AFM Editorial Staff
© April 2006

What do all of the following colleges have in common after the end of the 2005 season?

1. Ohio State (Division I-A)
2. Duquesne (Division I-AA)
3. Edinboro (Division II)
4. Trinity (CT) (Division III)
5. Missouri Valley College (NAIA)
6. Vermilion CC (JC)

All were the leaders in overall Rushing Defense in each of their respective divisions.

I believe Rushing Defense is the most important of all the statistics, says Edinboro Defensive Coordinator Wayne Bradford, whose team led the nation among D-II colleges in that category, Its the number one priority because it dictates everything else. If we stop a first and ten to become second and eight it changes the mindset of your opponent. You could have four great players in the secondary but we cant force our opponent to throw the ball.....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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