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ACGC vs. Van Meter Statistical Comparisons

With the game of the century...well, maybe not the century, but certainly a big game for both undefeated teams--ACGC and Van Meter--let's take a look at some stat comparisons as we head toward the Friday showdown in Van Meter. This could be a "barnburner', as the teams appear to quite even statistically. ACGC has the better rushing attack, while the Bulldogs have a better passing attack. Van Meter has the edge in point differential, while the Chargers' scoring average is a bit higher. Should be a dandy! Go Chargers!

ACGC Van Meter

Points per game 49.4 48.0

Point differential* 41.3 46.1

Passing: att/comp/yds 16/31/216 51/76/747

Passing: yds per comp 13.5 14.6

Passing: yds per game 30.9 106.7

Pct passing plays 9% 17%

Rushing: att/yds 305/2741 251/1729

Rushing: yds per carry 9.0 6.9

Rushing: yds per game 392.6 247

Pct rushing plays 91% 83%

Punting ave 39.4 27.4

Punt return ave 4 for 20 yd ave 23 for 12.1 yd ave

PAT success 36/41 44/47

*Indicates average margin of point difference with seven previous opponents

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