Monday, November 16, 2009
3 X 3000?
Earlier this year, Nevada became only the second team ever in college football to have three running backs reach the 2,000 career yards mark in the same season.
And everyone knows that this year Colin and Vai have crossed the 1,000 yard mark and if Luke gets just 154 yards in his last 3 games, they will become the first team in NCAA history to have 3 different players rush for over 1,000 yards in the same season.
Now here's another little nugget of info we thought about:
With Luke at 2,846 career yards running, Kaepernick at 2,738, and Vai at 2,692 the Wolf Pack could have three players go over the 3,000 career rushing yards mark in the same season. We believe that would be a second "never been done" accomplishment for the Pack.
Luke will need 154 yards (there's that number again!) which would mean 52 per game including the bowl game. That's 35 yards below his season average per game. And when you consider he didn't carry against Notre Dame then you have to believe he'll get there.
Kaep will need 262 yards which will mean 88 per game including the bowl game. This is 13 yards below his season average per game. This will probably be the most difficult one for the Pack to achieve as you know teams will be gunning to keep Kaep in check.
Vai will need 308 yards which will mean 103 per game including the bowl game. Vai has ran for over 100 yards in 6 consecutive games. That number is 15 yards below his season average, and considering he did not carry against Missouri then you to believe he'll get there as well.
This pistol offense that coach Ault has firing sure has been exciting to watch. There are a lot of very interesting and historic things taking place right now on the field for the Nevada Wolf Pack.