StoryBox: Wake Forest-Army
STORYBOX: WAKE FOREST 25, ARMY 11
First down play selection
22 rushing plays / 4 passing plays for WAKE; 24 rush/6 pass for ARMY
Average yards to go on second down
9.3 yards for WAKE; 7.8 yards for ARMY
Second down play selection
13 rush/7 pass for WAKE; 15 rush/8 pass for ARMY
Average yards to go on third down
10.1 yards for WAKE; 7.5 yards for ARMY
Third down play selection
3 rush/9 pass for WAKE; 13 rush/3 pass for ARMY
Third down conversion rate by play selection
2-3 rushing, 2-9 passing for WAKE; 4-13 rushing, 1-3 passing for ARMY
FOURTH DOWN BREAKDOWN
4 for WAKE; 5 for ARMY
Field Goal Attempts
2 for WAKE; 3 for ARMY
First down/touchdown attempts
1 for WAKE; 2 for ARMY
Fourth down conversion rate
1-1 for WAKE; 1-2 for ARMY
BREAKDOWN OF FIRST DOWN/TD ATTEMPTS ON FOURTH DOWN
Fourth and inches, early second quarter, trailing 2-0, ball at ARMY 30-yard line (rushing play –successful)
Fourth and one, middle of fourth quarter, trailing 25-11, ball at own 36 (rushing play – unsuccessful)
Fourth and two, late fourth quarter, trailing 25-11, ball at own 28 (rushing play – successful)
Punts kicked when inside the opponent's 40: 1 for WAKE, which punted at ARMY's 35-yard line in the fourth quarter, when leading 25-11.
Did this punt lead to points for the punting team?
NO, the game ended before WAKE got the ball back.
Punts in short-yardage situations (2 yards or fewer if past midfield, 1 yard or fewer if anywhere on the field): 1 for ARMY
ARMY punted on fourth and one at its own 34 (middle of second quarter).
PART TWO: FIELD POSITION
Average starting field position: 34.6-yard line for WAKE, 27.6-yard line for ARMY
Drives beginning inside own 10: 1 for ARMY
Did the defense leverage these drives into scores?
WAKE FOREST: YES, the Demon Deacons forced a punt and scored a touchdown on their subsequent possession.
Drives beginning in plus territory:
3 for WAKE, located at the ARMY 40, 36 (the 50 to 36 section of the field) and 25 (the 35 to 21 section of the field). Results: field goal, punt, missed field goal.
2 for ARMY, located at the WAKE 41 and 36 (the 50 to 36 section of the field). Results: end of first half, field goal.
Red zone scores and possessions: 3-4 for WAKE with 2 touchdowns, 1 field goal, and 1 missed field goal; 3-4 for ARMY with 0 touchdowns, 3 field goals, and 1 end of game sequence in which ARMY failed to score on multiple chances inside the 3.
PART THREE: YARDS
Yards gained when leading: 182 for WAKE, 27 for ARMY
Yards gained when trailing: 114 for WAKE, 261 for ARMY
Yards gained when tied: 12 for WAKE, 57 for ARMY
Yards gained when leading by one score: 181 for WAKE, 27 for ARMY
Yards gained when trailing by one score: 114 for WAKE, 174 for ARMY
Yards gained when leading by two or more scores: 1 for WAKE
Yards gained when trailing by two or more scores: 87 for ARMY
PART FOUR: TURNOVER DETAILS
Offensive fumbles easily recovered: 1 for ARMY
Recovered offensive fumbles that were 50-50 balls: 1 for ARMY
Recovered defensive fumbles that were 50-50 balls: 1 for WAKE
Easy interceptions made by defenders (ordinary effort): 1 for ARMY
Interceptions thrown in one-score games: 1 for WAKE
Interceptions thrown in opponent's end zone: 1 for WAKE
PART FIVE: MISCELLANY
-- Army's failure to score on a plus-territory drive start at the end of the first half was the result of two in-bounds passes short of the first down marker without any timeouts.
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