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Bielema: Stats that matter

  • The UA just sent out a ton of stats on Bielema. Still digging through them, but figured I'd send them your way before continuing.

    51-0 in games he is expected to win (7 point or more favorite at home, 10 point or more favorite on the road and 8.5 or more favorite on a neutral site)

    Home record 44-5

    Rivals Record 10-2

    As a head coach total yards are 51% run and 49 % pass. Play calling is 65 pct. Run and 35 pct. Pass

    As a Head Coach, is very proficient in keeping opponents off the scoreboard, only allowing teams to score 26.65% of the time when they get the ball.

    As a Head Coach, does a great job of getting his defenses off the field quickly, forcing three and outs 26.95% of the time.

    As a Head Coach, does a great job of getting his defense off the field, forcing his opponents to punt the ball on 46.30% of defensive possessions.

    Bret Bielema has shown the ability to improve upon the recent history of the program. His tenure at Wisconsin has produced a winning percentage of 73.91%, which is a significant improvement over the 60.94% winning percentage the team had in the five years prior to him taking the job.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has shown the ability to consistently dominate when having a significant talent advantage over his opponents, winning an amazing 90.48% of the games.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has shown the ability to consistently win games in which the talent level is relatively equal, winning 72.22% of the games.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had defenses that consistently keep opponents under 20 points per game, allowing 20+ points only 52.17% of the time.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had offenses that consistently score over 30 points per game, scoring 30+ points 59.78% of the time.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has demonstrated an ability to win against quality opponents. His record versus teams that finished the season above .500 is 26-21.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had a very good 3rd down efficiency differential. For his career, his differential is +8.32%.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had offenses that are extremely efficient on 3rd down. For his career, his teams convert 44.47% of the time.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had offenses that frequently overachieve versus opponents. His teams score 129.2% of the opponent's point-per-game average.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has had defenses that frequently overachieve versus opponents. His teams allow only 75.1% of the opponent's point-per-game average.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has done a remarkable job winning at home. For his career, he is winning 89.80% of his home games.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has clearly demonstrated that he knows how to put points on the board in conference games. His offenses average 33.62 points per game when playing conference foes.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has shown the ability to consistently stop the pass against his opponents, giving up an average of only 189.73 yards per game through the air.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has clearly demonstrated that he knows how to keep opponents off of the scoreboard. His defenses allow an average of 20.31 points per game.

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has shown the ability to consistently stop the pass against his conference opponents, giving up an average of only 188.40 yards per game through the air in conference play

    Bret Bielema, as a Head Coach, has shown an ability to beat ranked opponents, winning 43.48% of his games versus ranked foes.

    Bret Bielema's teams are consistently ranked in the Top 25 at the end of the season.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, is very proficient in keeping opponents off the scoreboard, only allowing teams to score 26.18% of the time when they get the ball.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, does a great job of getting his defenses off the field quickly, forcing three and outs 25.24% of the time.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has shown the ability to consistently dominate when having a significant talent advantage over his opponents, winning an amazing 90.00% of the games.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has shown the ability to consistently win games in which the talent level is relatively equal, winning 71.43% of the games.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has had defenses that consistently keep opponents under 20 points per game, allowing 20+ points only 41.51% of the time.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has had defenses that are very good at getting off the field on 3rd down. For his career, his teams make stops 32.46% of the time on 3rd down.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has had defenses that frequently overachieve versus opponents. His teams allow only 59.4% of the opponent's point-per-game average.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, does a great job of getting his defense off the field, forcing his opponents to punt the ball on 46.69% of defensive possessions.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has shown the ability to consistently stop the run against his opponents, giving up an average of only 117.39 yards per game on the ground.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has shown the ability to consistently stop the pass against his opponents, giving up an average of only 192.79 yards per game through the air.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has clearly demonstrated that he knows how to keep opponents off of the scoreboard. His defenses allow an average of 16.83 points per game.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has shown the ability to consistently stop the pass against his conference opponents, giving up an average of only 190.27 yards per game through the air in conference play.

    Bret Bielema, as a Defensive Coordinator, has clearly demonstrated that he knows how to keep conference opponents off of the scoreboard. His defenses allow an average of 17.94 points per game in conference play

  • I haven't read all of them but I read all the ones of him as a HC. I love this kind of stuff. (I did the winning percentage vs ranked teams 10-13 just didnt put the %) thanks RT

    This post was edited by jrohawg35 16 months ago