The least surprising stat you will see today

Screenshot_2020-07-17 SEC StatCat on Twitter The returning SECers who saw the highest percentage of their targets occur out[...]

The question is, will Pickens top the list after this season?

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UPDATE:  On the other hand…

Screenshot_2020-07-17 SEC StatCat on Twitter The returning SECers who saw the highest percentage of their targets come betw[...]

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6 responses to “The least surprising stat you will see today

  1. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    I’m gonna take a shot in the dark here and proclaim that all of our receivers will run a lot more post routes and slant routes this season and not just the flag routes and out routes of seasons past under Kirby.

    Wacky, I know.

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  2. Otto

    I expect to see the second stat change with Monken’s focus on slot WRs but then again we’ve been told TEs would be a bigger focus for years.

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  3. TFW you kill your own narrative, haha.

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    • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

      Yeah, because one receiver is the entire offense.

      Now do Fromm’s percentage of passes attended and completions outside the numbers vs. inside the numbers.

      Sometimes the narrative is real. This is one of those times.

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      • ben bragg

        Calm down it was a joke. I bet Fromm throwing outside the numbers would make me depressed. It’s well established. Some uh’ya’ll on here need to take a step back. I had to for sure.

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