FLA/MIA vs FSU/MIA stats

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  1. flgatormike

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    ------1st Dn----Total----Pass----Rush----Penalties----3rd Dn----T/O----TOP

    FLA----22------413------291-----122-----10-70-------6-15------5------38:20

    MIA----10------212-----162------50-------5-58-------1-11------1------21:40

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    MIA----17------275-----192-----83-------2-5---------4-12------2------21:27

    FSU----25------517-----325-----192------6-55-------11-15-----2------38:33


    FSU's numbers against MIA are only slightly better than what we did. Which is interesting considering UF was playing on the road and had 5 turnovers (most of which occurred in the red zone) FSU was playing at home and the turnover margin was even.

    • TOP about the same.
    • UF held MIA to only 10 first downs. FSU allowed 17.
    • UF gained 201 more yards than MIA, FSU gained 242 more than MIA.

    If the staff can work on fundamentals in the next 3 weeks, and play mistake free football, and play with the passion we saw in the 3rd quarter of the UF/GA game...... maybe we have a shot!!
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  2. Wormwood56

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    Here's to hoping...
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    5 TD's 2 FG's thats what stat you are missing.....
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    Looking closer at the numbers.

    UF averaged 2.2 Yards per rush and 8.8 yards per pass.
    FSU averaged 4.4 yards per rush and 11.2 yards per pass.

    UF was 6 of 15 on third down.
    FSU was 11 of 15 on third down.

    Driskel had a QBR of 43.3.
    Winston had a QBR of 90.7.

    UF punted four times.
    FSU punted once.
  5. gator07

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    Those averages are much more telling.
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    How many turnovers?
  7. flgatormike

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    If I remember correctly, we gave UM 2 TD's off turnovers, and we failed to score maybe 3 times due to turnovers in the redzone and a stupid 4th down call at the 10 yd line. My point is, if we can get rid of those turnovers and stupid penalties, we probably could have scored 4 TD's on that crappy UM team, while holding them to just 7 points.

    I know this is all speculation and I don't hold much confidence in our team scoring 4 TD's on anyone, but you have to admit everything that could have possibly gone wrong went wrong in that game and it shouldn't have even been close.
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    We could and should have beat Miami... I'm not sure that was the goal of the OP, but i think everyone already knew that.
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    And WHERE were they. Turning it over on the UM goal line and inside our own 20 were the nails in the coffin.

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    You're forgetting that we had Easley in that game. And Driskel -- and I'm not trying to open debate about who is better, just pointing out that we are a different team today.
  11. Wormwood56

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    Gee, if you apply that criteria for every game, Zook would still be coaching here. Also forgot the easy TD Miami gave us...
  12. phideltdj

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    We also had Easley dominating the UM game..he won't be around for FSU.
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    If we were to pee in the Noles championship cereal, I would laugh for days. Not counting on it, but a man can dream!
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    Forget about the stats, did you watch the game? Both teams were attacking down the field through the air, throwing the ball to receivers who weren't even open. The QBs were putting the ball on a dime and WRs were going up and getting it. That is what you see from a high-level FBS-level offense. We are more like FCS.
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    11-15 on 3rd down

    In theory we coulve beat Miami 35-14 ish
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    I see 100 more yards of offense and a 30% better 3rd down conversion
  17. UFish

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    Easley was a wrecking ball against Miami. He blew up the line almost every snap. Unfortunately we're a shell of what that team was. That defense with Easley would have given FSU a game in the Swamp.
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    What the OP is saying us there isn't the "seperation" between these two teams that the pouting, negative GC posters claim. FSU has less experienced talent than they had last year, when the Gators won 37-26 in Tallahassee. The Gators are being completely written off in that game, but that's far from reality. At home, Winston had one TD and 2 pics against a secondary that doesn't have a guy that could start for UF. But that same guy is supposed to somehow slaughter the Gators in the Swamp.
  19. RemainCalm

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    I see the main stat. FSU beat the breaks off of them, we moral victoryed them.

    FSU was never really threatened in that game.
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    All I got out of this post is that we should continue focusing on TOP.

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