Analyzing Feleipe Franks' play at Miss. State

Feleipe Franks at Mississippi State

At/Behind LOS: 7/12, 29 yards
1-5 yard passes: 7/7, 62 yards
6-10 yard passes: 2/3, 27 yards
11-15 yard passes: 2/3, 23 yards, TD
16+ yard passes: 2/3, 71 yards, TD

Best throw: The 52-yard pass to De’Vion Warren in the second quarter. Perfect spiral, and the ball hit Warren in stride, which afforded him the chance to pick up 13 yards after the catch.
Worst throw: Franks’ final pass of the first half was hot and high for running back Trelon Smith 6 yards behind the line of scrimmage.
Interceptable throws: 0 (Franks was clean here. The one pass he threw that could have been picked off was his 28-yard throw to Warren, but it wasn’t his fault. The pass was on the money, though, and only interceptable because the ball went through the receiver’s hands, off his leg and into the air.)
Accurate throws: 21
Inaccurate throws: 5 (incomplete pass intended for Hudson Henry at the line of scrimmage, ball was too tall; incomplete pass intended for Smith 1 yard behind the line of scrimmage, ball was short of his target against pressure; incomplete pass intended for Smith 6 yards behind the line of scrimmage, pass was hot and high; completed pass to Smith 2 yards behind the line of scrimmage, ball was at the receiver’s shins; incomplete pass intended for Smith 6 yards behind the line of scrimmage, ball was high and Franks was hit on the play)
Throwaways: 2
Passes tipped at LOS: 0
Passes broken up: 0
1st down throws on 3rd down: 3 (10-yard completion to Treylon Burks on third-and-10; 20-yard completion to Mike Woods on third-and-5; 11-yard completion to Warren on third-and-8)
1st downs rushing: 3
Drops: 2 (Treylon Burks on quick pass to perimeter 3 yards behind the line of scrimmage; Warren on deep ball 28 yards downfield)

Receivers yards after catch vs. Miss. State
Trelon Smith – 28 (6, 4, 6, 3, 9)
De’Vion Warren – 23 (13, 0, 12, -2)
Trey Knox – 22 (15, 0, 7)
Mike Woods – 20 (6, -3, 17)
Treylon Burks – 10
Hudson Henry – 7 (0, 4, 0, 3)

Feleipe Franks for season
At/Behind LOS: 17/24, 55 yards
1-5 yards: 9/16, 71 yards, INT
6-10 yards: 6/11, 107 yards, INT
11-15 yards: 3/4, 38 yards, TD
16+ yards: 4/9, 140 yards, 2 TD

Scottie,

Thank you for this and all of the articles you provide. Was the pass to Warren on the last series a 3rd down throw for a critical 1st down?

Thank you,

Jeff H.

Yes, it was. Thought it was arguably Feleipe’s biggest throw of the night, too.

I missed that 3rd and 8 conversion you had listed!

Thank you,

Jeff H.

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