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Inside the Numbers: Guthrie vs McAlester

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Both the Guthrie Bluejays and the McAlester Buffalos have yet tasted the loss of defeat in the 2012 season and are joined by Lawton MacArthur.

All three teams were expected to be playing in the state semi’s and they are along with Ardmore.

Guthrie and McAlester have been tremendous all season on the offensive side of the ball and the numbers in Class 5A back that up. McAlester will bring Class 5A’s top ranked offense while Guthrie will bring the top ranked defense.

Here is a look at how the two compare.


12-0 5A-1 Champs



12-0 5A-3 Champs


Offensive Rushing


277 per game


Offensive Rushing


211 per game


Offensive Passing


130 per game


Offensive Passing


288 per game


Total Offense


408 per game


Total Offense


500 per game


Points Scored


42 average


Points Scored


44 average


Rushing Allowed


52 per game


Rushing Allowed


133 per game


Passing Allowed


81 per game


Passing Allowed


150 per game


Total Defense


133 per game


Total Defense


283 per game


Points Allowed


7 average


Points Allowed


17 average


Categories: Guthrie Football
  1. Bri
    November 24, 2011 at 1:11 am

    any buffs join GSP this week? =)

  2. Sarah Goldwind
    November 24, 2011 at 10:54 am

    I LOVE the bluejays!!!

  3. November 24, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    THE BUTTERLOAFS; and offensive total
    stats_ GO GUTROCKERS_

    • Bri
      November 24, 2011 at 7:20 pm

      lol @ butterloafs, silly father

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