SEC Net YPP, Week 1

With the return to a normal non-conference schedule, the context is lacking, but out of a sense of thoroughness, here’s how the first week breaks down for the conference, in order of net ypp.

  1. Auburn:  7.41 (10.39 o; 2.98 d)
  2. Kentucky 7.04 (8.42 o; 1.38 d)
  3. South Carolina 3.43 (5.91 o; 2.48 d)
  4. Texas A&M 3.35 (7.83 o; 4.48 d)
  5. Ole Miss 3.18 (7.79 o; 4.61 d)
  6. Alabama 2.22 (6.51 o; 4.29 d)
  7. Tennessee 1.81 (5.40 o; 3.59 d)
  8. Florida 1.79 (6.83 o; 5.04 d)
  9. Arkansas 1.58 (5.74 o; 4.19 d)
  10. Missouri 1.36 (6.88 o; 5.52 d)
  11. Georgia 1.20 (4.20 o; 3.00 d)
  12. Mississippi State .64 (6.59 o; 5.95 d)
  13. Vanderbilt -1.04 (4.28 o; 5.32 d)
  14. LSU -2.14 (5.32 o; 7.46 d)

And here’s how turnover margin looks after week one:

  • +2:  Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Ole Miss
  • +1:  South Carolina
  •   0:  Auburn, Florida, LSU
  • -1:  Georgia
  • -2:  Mississippi State, Tennessee
  • -3:  Kentucky, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt

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2 responses to “SEC Net YPP, Week 1

  1. HirsuteDawg

    damn it! here we are – near the bottom of the offense listing once again🙁 I kid (I think). I love defense and a good defensive game – good on us – but man we gotta score more points – gotta.

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  2. Ran A

    The two that jump out to me are UT and UF. They are both well under two, while both played inferior programs. If I were a betting man, and I”m not, I would be taking a hard look at the PITT line this week. (Pitt is a 3 point favorite). Tennessee might be even worse than I thought they would be.

    FAU was picked to finish 2nd in their division, with 21 starters coming back. Marshall picked to win it. Taggart coaches this team; frankly a guy that I think has always under-achieved with the players he has had t wrk with. I don’t know Florida, you might not be as good as you think you are.

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