An underline indicates that a career figure is based on incomplete data.
Two-Point Conversions Made
Adjusted Passing Yards per Attempt; the formula is (Yds
+ 20 * TD - 45 * Int) / Att.
Attempts (passing or rushing)
Average (yards per attempt)
Bowl Championship Series
Field Goal Attempts
Field Goals Made
Football Writer's Association of America
Helms Athletic Foundation
Interceptions (defensive or passing)
National Championship Foundation
National Football Foundation
Plays from Scrimmage (i.e., rushing attempts plus receptions)
Passing Efficiency Rating; statistic used by the NCAA to evaluate passing
efficiency. The formula is (8.4 * Yds + 330 * TD - 200 * Int + 100 * Cmp) / Att.
Returns (kick or punt)
Strength of Schedule; a rating of strength of schedule. The rating is
denominated in points above/below average, where zero is average.
Non-major opponents are included as a single team in the ratings. My
colleague Doug Drinen of Pro-Football-Reference.com has written a great explanation
of this method.
Simple Rating System; a rating that takes into account average point
differential and strength of schedule. The rating is denominated in points
above/below average, where zero is average, although it should be noted
that margin of victory has been assigned a lower bound of 7 points and an
upper bound of 24 points. Non-major opponents are included as a single
team in the ratings. My colleague Doug Drinen of Pro-Football-Reference.com has written a great explanation
of this method.
United Press International
Won-Lost Percentage; the formula is (W + 0.5 * T) / G.
Passing Yards per Attempt; the formula is Yds / Att.
Some school's results have been altered by retroactive NCAA penalties. As a
matter of policy, Sports Reference only reports the results of games as
played on the field. See our list of forfeits and vacated games for more