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Monday, November 3, 2014

By the numbers: Rutgers' Robert Martin emerges temporarily against Wisconsin

(AP photo)
By Tyler Barto
Twitter: @Tyler_Barto
tbarto@trentonian.com

PISCATAWAY — A full-fledged timeshare was expected, and that's exactly what Rutgers' fanbase saw Saturday from its backfield in a shutout loss to Wisconsin.

Named a co-starter for the first time a week ago with Rutgers' run game in a rut, true freshman Robert Martin led its running backs with 25 snaps and 13 carries. 

His numbers on Rutgers' final three drives (13 snaps, seven carries) inflate that figure. 

Justin Goodwin carried seven times on 17 snaps, while Desmon Peoples finished with five on 10.

None truly distinguished themselves as myriad issues affected Rutgers' offense; Martin ripped off a 15-yard run on the team's final drive.

A similar rotation should follow for the rest of the season, unless Martin — with the smallest body of work — distances himself from the pack. Goodwin and Peoples have enough tape to suggest a breakout is unlikely.

Head coach Kyle Flood told reporters Sunday that freshman Josh Hicks — moved to safety because of a lack of depth — could return to running back in some capacity during Rutgers' bye week.

Rutgers' unofficial formation count against Wisconsin:

-shotgun with 11 personnel (one back, one tight end): 12 plays
-trips with base personnel: nine plays
-I-formation: eight plays
-I-form heavy: six plays
-off-I-form: five plays
-12 personnel: five plays
-11 personnel: two plays
-trips heavy: two plays
-shotgun with 11 personnel, tight end Tyler Kroft flexed out: two plays
-off-I-form heavy: one play
-11 personnel (trips): one play
-shotgun with 11 personnel (trips): one play
-13 personnel: one play

Rutgers' unofficial snap chart for skill-position players:

Player
Kroft
Carroo
Burton
Patton
Martin
Agudosi
Arcidiacono
Turzilli
Goodwin
Snaps
42
37
31
26
25
19
18
18
17


Player
Tsimis
Peoples
Bergen
Grant
Flanagan
Snaps
12
10
9
6
5

Rutgers' unofficial target chart in the passing game:

Player
Patton
Carroo
Grant
Burton
Peoples
Arcidiacono
Agudosi
Kroft
Tsimis
Targets
8
7
3
2
2
1
1
1
1

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