Lynch leading the way
MUNCIE, Ind. – Six weeks into the 2012 season, Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch sits among the top players in the nation in some important statistical categories.
With an average of 340.67 yards of total offense a game, NIU’s first-year starter is seventh in the country, about 94 yards a game behind the leader, Baylor quarterback Nick Florence. West Virginia QB Geno Smith, arguably the Heisman Trophy favorite at this point in the season, is second with 412.4 yards a game.
When it comes to rushing offense, Lynch’s 131.5 yards a game is good for eighth in the nation. On this list are names such as Raymond Maples of Army, who averages 134.2 yards a game, and Cody Getz of Air Force ranks No.1 and averages 177.5 yards a game. Those players are in triple option systems.
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