With Noah Cain out the last two weeks, we've seen a lot more of Journey Brown in the run game as the official RB1 — he's handled nearly 50% of the workload in the past two games. It's been exciting at times, given Brown's big-play ability in both the run and the pass game. However, he's always felt like a boom-or-bust back to me. I wanted to see what the data showed and see if my impression was true.
Trace McSorley has felt like he’s been playing at “Home Alone”, surrounded by a bunch of wet-bandits when he really needs them to be sticky-bandits.
Penn State is pretty good on offense. The rest of the Big 10? Not so much...
Will Grier may be the Heisman frontrunner, but the numbers show otherwise.