Generally, this makes Northwestern a little boring statistically even if that was far from the case in real life. One major exception is Kain Colter. I love Colter for three reasons. First, I can never remember which is his first name and which is his last. Second, I can never remember if his first or last name begins with a "C" or a "K". Third, He has a negative schedule adjusted EPA when passing but is still 46th among quarterbacks in EPA+. Not only does he have an EPA+ on rushing plays of 52.3 (which would rank him 14th among running backs), but he also scored double digit EPA receiving.
Does "more of the same" count as analysis? If so, I expect more of the same.