Cougar football by the numbers
By Jim Turner

Posted on August 19, 2018 9:00 PM

Here’s a look by the numbers at Logan County’s 57-0 romp over visiting Butler County Friday in the 2018 football season opener:

Minus 55: Yards total offense for Butler County (according to Michael Compton of the Bowling Green Daily News)

0: Points scored by the Bears (on a fourth quarter penalty); first downs recorded by the Bears in the first three quarters; losses this season by the Cougars; defensive coordinators on the Cougar sidelines*

1: First downs for the Bears in the game; touchdowns by Reggie Powell, Carson Bradley, Dontavious Blann and Dallas Simmons; wins this season by the Cougars

2: Number of plays it took the Cougars to score (on a 54-yard pass from Tyler Ezell to Powell); touchdown passes by Ezell; rushing touchdowns each by Gary Hardy and Ezell

3: Points scored by Lucas Arevalo on a 44-yard field goal

4: Touchdowns directly involving Ezell

9: Kicking points by Arevalo

12: Consecutive regular season wins

23.5: Minutes remaining in the game when the Cougars earned a running clock with a 38-point lead

24: Points scored by the Cougars in the first quarter

44: Points scored by the Cougars in the first half

57: Points scored by the Cougars in the first three quarters and for the game

70: Yards rushing by Hardy

98: Yards receiving by Powell

199: Yards passing by Ezell

264: Yards total offense for Ezell

304: Yards total offense by the Cougars in the first half

402: Yards total offense by the Cougars in the game

·         Defensive statistics have not yet been announced.

·         Defensive Coordinator Derek Jackson missed the game to be with his wife Sarah Beth as the birth of their daughter approached. Norah Josephine Jackson was born Saturday night at 10:24, weighing 7 pounds, 6 ounces.


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