Sep 21, 2013; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs linebacker Benardrick McKinney (50) prepares for the play during the game against the Troy Trojans at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State won 62-7. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

Mid-Season Stats

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Team

Scoring offense, 30.5 (10th in SEC)

Total offense, 457.5 (7th)

Rushing offense, 214.3 (6th)

Passing offense, 243.2 (9th)

Scoring defense, 23.0 (t-6th)

Total defense, 364.5 (5th)

Rushing defense, 144 (6th)

Passing defense, 220.5 (6th)

Individual

Players that have started every game so far:

  1. Denico Autry
  2. Kaleb Eulls
  3. Gabe Jackson
  4. Robert Johnson
  5. Benardrick McKinney
  6. Joe Morrow
  7. Charles Siddoway
  8. Deontae Skinner
  9. Matthew Wells

Rushing yardage

  1. Dak Prescott, 457 (9th in SEC)
  2. LaDarius Perkins, 273
  3. Josh Robinson, 142

Passing yardage

  1. Dak Prescott, 890 (11th in SEC)
  2. Tyler Russell, 381
  3. Damien Williams, 152

Receiving yardage

  1. Jameon Lewis, 393 (8th in SEC)
  2. Robert Johnson, 178
  3. Joe Morrow, 151

Total Touchdowns

  1. Dak Prescott, 12 (8 rushing, 3 passing, 1 receiving)
  2. Jameon Lewis, 6 (3 receiving, 2 rushing, 1 passing)
  3. Derrick Milton, 3 (2 rushing, 1 receiving)

All-purpose YPG

  1. Jameon Lewis, 122 (8th in SEC)
  2. Dak Prescott, 82
  3. LaDarius Perkins, 74

Tackles

  1. Benardrick McKinney, 36 (21st in SEC)
  2. Deontae Skinner, 35
  3. Nickoe Whitley, 25

Tackles for loss

  1. Preston Smith & Chris Jones, 4.0
  2. Deontae Skinner, 3.5
  3. Matthew Wells & A.J. Jefferson, 3.0

QB Hurries

  1. Chris Jones, 4
  2. Denico Autry, Preston Smith & Deontae Skinner, 3
  3. Benardrick McKinney, A.J. Jefferson, Matthew Wells & P.J. Jones, 2

Interceptions

  1. Nickoe Whitley, 3 (1st in SEC)
  2. Jamerson Love, 1 – pick six
  3. Deontae Skinner, 1

Passes defended

  1. Nickoe Whitley, Jamerson Love & Justin Cox, 3
  2. Deontae Skinner, Matthew Wells, Preston Smith and Denico Autry, 2

 

 

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