Much has been made this season of the differences in offensive production observed in the first and second half of the game.
I don't recall if we have discussed whether or not the scoring disparity is normal given what we have seen over the last few seasons. So I decided to take a look. The schedule below shows the breakdown of rushing and passing touchdowns by half over the last five years and the total points scored by half to date this year.
|1st half rushing||5||9||10||9||12||45|
|2nd half rushing||5||12||7||12||20||56|
|1st half passing||8||17||12||14||12||63|
|2nd half passing||6||8||12||13||8||47|
|1st half total||13||26||22||23||24||108|
|2nd half total||11||20||19||25||28||103|
|1st half %||54%||57%||54%||48%||46%||51%|
|2nd half %||46%||43%||46%||52%||54%||49%|
|2011 Total Points|
|Column1||1st half||2nd half||Total|
|Total Ex C. Carolina||71||63||134|