More stats to ignore

Edward Aschoff’s piece on ESPN takes a look at the valuable and not so valuable commodities in the SEC. Among the latter category:

SEC offenses: This truly is a defensive league (five teams rank in the top 10 nationally). SEC offenses didn’t end the regular season well, with five teams — Florida, Tennessee, Auburn, Ole Miss and Kentucky — finishing with offenses that ranked higher than 100th nationally. Only three teams — Arkansas, Alabama and Georgia — ranked in the top 50, and were the only SEC teams to average more than 400 yards of total offense per game.

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2 Responses to “More stats to ignore”

  1. So what you are saying is that in a league dominated by defense our offense stands out? Hmm.

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