You can learn a lot by analyzing the game participation statistics, especially when coupled up with individual performance stats. Despite a 1-3 record, I believe the Spartans have shown tremendous improvement this year, and all the players and coaches should be commended.
Personally, I am most pleased with the improved performance of the offensive line, and the defensive line has been tough, although the Spartans need to get a little more pressure on the QB. Looking at the participation stats on the O- & D-lines shows some surprises, and perhaps gives some clues as to what Coach may be doing in terms of building his program. Take a look
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