Advanced stats can be Dawg porn, too.

In case you’re wondering, the Dawgs notched their fourth showing of the season of 90% or better in Bill Connelly’s percentile performance.

Also, dig these tidbits from Brian Fremeau:

Hubba hubba.

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7 responses to “Advanced stats can be Dawg porn, too.

  1. bulldogbry

    Please stop. I can’t take any more today.

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  2. rchris

    Look at where Florida, Missouri, Vandy, and Tennessee rank in net points per drive. Outside of Miss St. and ND, we haven’t played anybody yet, That’s if you need a cold shower of course.

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  3. Russ

    If the rankings are rat poison, what do I call this?

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  4. DawgPhan

    Finally hitting the 90th percentile and doing it consistently is pretty cool. I think that you had mentioned that the last 90th% offensive game was USC 2015. It is so much more fun to watch.

    Seems like the schedule gets a little bit more difficult over the next 4 than the last 4, but not as tough as the first 4.

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  5. The Truth

    Single game opp-adjusted overall, offense, and defense game ratings for all 130 teams: http://www.bcftoys.com/2017-gfei/

    Most 90th-percentile GFEI games recorded to date:
    6 – Clemson, Ohio St
    5 – Georgia
    4 – Mississippi St, Notre Dame, Penn St, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, Washington

    Forgive me if I’m wrong, but who’s the only team to beat 2 of the teams good enough to be on this list? Ohio St, Oklahoma have beaten 1. Biggest surprises: Bama not on the list, UDub is.

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  6. Check out the offensive numbers too. UGA is #5. The stat that caught my eye is OTF — Touchdown Rate after First Down, which is the percentage of touchdowns scored on offensive drives that earn at least one first down. So long as we get a first down, we score 59.6% of the time — 2nd in the country behind Ohio State (60%).

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