In the past two waterlogged contests, Marshall has gained 393 total yards of offense - an average of 196.5 yards per game. The Herd's single-game low this season is 491 yards of total offense.
Let that swirl around in your noggin for a moment.
Saturday's challenge comes in the form of the Knights' top-ranked defense in Conference USA (No. 39 nationally). The national rankings of the defenses Marshall has faced this season: 113, 119 (FCS), 65, 98, 72, 60 and 92.
Legg's offense hasn't scored against UCF in 78:18 of game clock and two years, two weeks by the calendar.
The last time the offense found paydirt - last year's lone score was a defensive touchdown - was when Eddie Sullivan tossed Aaron Dobson a short pass that Dobson turned into an 86-yard touchdown in the 2010 game in Huntington.
That single play accounts for 22 percent of the Herd's offensive production in the last two games against the Knights.
In Legg's two tries at cracking the UCF defense, his offense has gained 80 yards on the ground on 41 carries - 1.95 yards per attempt. Marshall has generated 18 first downs in the past two games combined against the Knights - nine per game and 21 fewer than this season's per game average.
But, this Herd team is different. The offense has evolved. The players are in their second or third years in the system.
There's talent. There's experience. There's depth.
"The kids have worked extremely hard and they've bought in and it helps when you have success," Legg said. "They've continued to take ownership of it.
"We challenged them and they've responded and that's why we've had a modicum of success."
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