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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by Itssaul, Oct 12, 2013.
Awesome I acutally crunched these numbers earlier however just UF and LSU. Also i looked at yards allowed vs yards gained offensively and defensively and found out that UF gains 23.1 more yards than there opponents allow and hold their opponents to 194.5 less yards than they average. Lsu however out gains their opponents by 68.7 yards more than allowed and hold them to 39.7 less than normal.
Fun to look at since LSU has played statistically weaker offensive and defensive teams. LSU has played the 11th, 35th, 53rd, 91st, 111th, and 114th offenses and the 33rd, 36th, 67th, 97th, 114th, and 116th defenses in total YPG. UF has played 24th, 66th, 85th, 86th, and 90th offenses and 14th, 25th, 59th, 63rd, and 80th defenses.
Remember to take out FCS opponents.
I'm still trying to find a way to weigh in quality of opponent
It looks like we're pretty consistent at shutting down opposing QB's this year unlike last year.
No FCS teams for either team this year.
Gotcha, I took out OT points as well in all teams involved in OT