Florida in NCAA Statistical Rankings Week 10

Tagged: 

Viewing 0 reply threads
  • Author
    Posts
    • #25289
      Mark Wheeler
      Forum Owner

      Florida in NCAA Statistical Rankings Week 10

      131 DI teams ranked

      Total Offense: #41 430.0
      Rush Offense: #20 208.8
      Pass Offense: #85 221.2
      Team Pass Efficiency: #84 130.62
      Scoring Offense: #49 31.2

      Total Defense: #114 441.4
      Rush Defense: #110 185.3
      Pass Defense: #100 256.1
      Team Pass Efficiency Defense: #81 132.97
      Scoring Defense: #90 29.2

      TO Margin: #12 0.89
      Third Down Conversion Percentage: #72 0.389
      Fourth Down Conversion Percentage: #78 0.476
      Third Down Conversion Percentage Defense: #128 .500
      Fourth Down Conversion Percentage Defense: #29 0.412
      Redzone Offense: #109 0.757
      Redzone Defense: #77 0.850
      Net Punting: #3 43.43
      Punt Return: #19 13.22
      Kickoff Returns: #60 20.39
      Kickoff Return Coverage: #82 20.69
      Fewest Penalty Yards per Game: #13 38.67
      TOP: #101 28:16
      Sacks Allowed: #13 1.00
      Sacks: #95 1.67

      Takeaways:

      * Anthony Richardson’s has jumped up in passing efficiency because he hasn’t thrown an interception in the last three games. His 55% completion percentage leaves a lot to be desired.

      * After being dead last in third down conversion defense a couple of weeks ago, Florida continues to climb in the rankings, ever so slightly. Holding Texas A&M to 4-of-13 helped tremendously.

      * When they aren’t committing penalties (and they didn’t yesterday) Florida’s special teams’ units continue to move up the rankings to be among the best in the nation

      * It’s weird to see the difference in the ranking between the fewest penalties, where Florida ranks No. 54 in the nation, and the actual fewest penalty yardage, where Florida ranks No. 13 in the nation. That difference is because the Gators’ penalties are procedural more so than late hits, face masks, etc…

Viewing 0 reply threads
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Never miss the latest news from Inside the Gators!

Join our free email list