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Mike Bianco's Ole Miss Career: What Numbers Tell Us

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Because we want you to draw your own conclusions, or because we've been incredibly busy as of late (you choose!), we're not going to drive the discussion too much here. Instead, we're going to provide you all with Ole Miss's baseball stats over the past ten years and hope that you all are cognizant enough to generate a discussion over them.

I've got 2001-2010's batting averages, one base percentages, runs, and earned run averages, as well as the same for Ole Miss' opponents on average. The numbers are right here, after the jump.

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

OM Avg

.300

.318

.284

.296

.321

.309

.308

.295

.310

.289

OPP Avg

.271

.268

.253

.253

.259

.278

.240

.255

.271

.276

OM OB%

.386

.394

.358

.365

.398

.379

.376

.372

.398

.379

OPP OB%

.344

.350

.322

.324

.326

.356

.323

.336

.344

.364

OM Runs

439

393

328

368

501

483

409

436

470

431

OPP Runs

350

314

266

256

283

359

280

332

312

365

OM ERA

4.64

4.92

3.45

3.66

3.67

4.73

3.58

4.06

4.06

4.69

OPP ERA

5.99

5.95

4.51

5.17

6.74

6.89

5.26

6.00

6.69

6.09

Charts with trend lines are below. Click to biggify.

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Here's fule for the weekend discussion. What does all of this Signify? One Man to Beat, Brian Walker's Elbow, Juco and I are all likely to pipe in on occasion, as is BrandonBP to tell us how we poopooed all over traditions and are now suffering as a result. I look forward to reading your opinions.