SEC net ypp, Week 12

Back again!

Here’s the conference order by net yards per play, with the offensive ypp and defensive ypp, respectively, in parenthesis.

As I’ve been doing, I also show the week-to-week change in the net figure (stats via cfbstats.com.)

  1. Alabama:  3.05 (7.90; 4.85) [net change:  -.03]
  2. Florida:  1.94 (7.44; 5.50) [net change:  +.18]
  3. Georgia:  1.25 (6.12; 4.87) [net change: +.42]
  4. TAMU:  1.02 (6.39; 5.37) [net change:  DNP]
  5. Arkansas:  0.12 (5.77; 5.65) [net change:  -.31]
  6. Auburn:  -0.04 (5.62; 5.66) [net change:  +.16]
  7. Ole Miss:  -0.04 (7.02; 7.06) [net change:  DNP]
  8. Missouri:  -0.33 (5.70; 6.03) [net change: -.51]
  9. Kentucky:  -0.44 (5.10; 5.54) [net change:  DNP]
  10. Tennessee:  -0.55 (5.22; 5.77) [net change:  +.52]
  11. Mississippi State: -0.78 (4.76; 5.54) [net change:  -.08]
  12. South Carolina:  -1.21 (5.35; 6.56) [net change:  DNP]
  13. LSU:  -1.82 (5.41; 7.23) [net change:  -.22]
  14. Vanderbilt:  -2.57 (4.71; 7.28) [net change:  -.13]

Here’s the current order for turnover margin.

  • +9:  Alabama
  • +7:  Kentucky
  • +5:  Arkansas, Auburn
  • +4:  TAMU, LSU
  • -1:  Florida, Georgia
  • -2:  Ole Miss
  • -4:  Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee
  • -8:  Vanderbilt
  • -10:  Mississippi State

And, observations:

  • Alabama is now first in the conference in offensive ypp, defensive ypp and turnover margin.  Sheesh.
  • You gotta love LSU’s net ypp dropping and Florida’s rising after the Shoe Game.
  • Speaking of LSU, I would expect Ole Miss to do some more damage to that defensive ypp showing.  The Tigers still have a chance to finish last in the SEC.
  • There are now only five conference teams with net ypp in the black, including 3-6 Arkansas.

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4 responses to “SEC net ypp, Week 12

  1. armydawg

    Stats are meaningless at this point except to show progress made recently.

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  2. Russ

    How in the world did Bama win 52-3 and have their net go down?

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