Well, I have created a table to answer THAT very question!
|Year||Total D||Scoring D||Pass D||Rush D|
|2000-Pitt||29th (326ypg)||22nd (19 ppg)||80th (226 ypg)||17th (100 ypg)|
|2001-Pitt||7th (284 ypg)||28th (21 ppg)||6th (166 ypg)||26th (119 ypg)|
|2002-Pitt||12th (296 ypg)||14th (18 ppg)||18th (179 ypg)||24th (117 ypg)|
|2003-Pitt||79th (402 ypg)||52nd (24 ppg)||54th (218 ypg)||87th (185 ypg)|
|2004-Pitt||73rd (395 ypg)||44th (24 ppg)||100th (255 ypg)||48th (140 ypg)|
|2005-Pitt||31st (338 ypg)||30th (22 ppg)||2nd (153 ypg)||94th (185 ypg)|
|2006-Pitt||87th (363 ypg)||60th (23 ppg)||29th (182 ypg)||107th (181 ypg)|
|2007-Pitt||5th (297 ypg)||42nd (24 ppg)||3rd (167 ypg)||33rd (130 ypg)|
|2008-Aub||27th (317 ypg)||15th (18 ppg)||22nd (179 ypg)||52nd (139 ypg)|
So, I've figured out how to make tables. If nothing else, Rhoads seems to be fairly good at conjuring up a pass defense, which is pretty important in the Big 12. His results have been all over the charts. While no real horrible results except for some stuff between 03-06, he's been at least decent. Then again, he's our new head coach, not defensive coordinator.