Florida in NCAA Statistical Rankings Week 11

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      Mark Wheeler
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      Florida in NCAA Statistical Rankings Week 11

      131 DI teams ranked

      Total Offense: #31 438.5
      Rush Offense: #11 225.3
      Pass Offense: #91 213.2
      Team Pass Efficiency: #81 130.18
      Scoring Offense: #4231.9

      Total Defense: #105 421.0
      Rush Defense: #95 171.2
      Pass Defense: #95 249.8
      Team Pass Efficiency Defense: #83 133.78
      Scoring Defense: #74 26.9

      TO Margin: #7 1.00
      Third Down Conversion Percentage: #53 .415
      Fourth Down Conversion Percentage: #87 .458
      Third Down Conversion Percentage Defense: #127 .481
      Fourth Down Conversion Percentage Defense: #37 .421
      Redzone Offense: #123 .733
      Redzone Defense: #62 .829
      Net Punting: #4 43.12
      Punt Return: #33 9.92
      Kickoff Returns: #58 20.39
      Kickoff Return Coverage: #72 20.06
      Fewest Penalty Yards per Game: #14 39.80
      TOP: #86 29:04
      Sacks Allowed: #21 1.20
      Sacks: #88 1.80

      Takeaways:

      * While Florida made a jump in total offense and rush offense, the Gators backslid in passing offense with another subpar outing from Anthony Richardson passing the ball. While his completion percentage continues to lag (he was under 50% Saturday), the damn good news is he has avoided throwing interceptions.

      * Florida is 11th in the nation in rush offense, but second in yards per carry as Florida is averaging over six yards per carry.

      * After holding South Carolina to just six points, Florida of course improved across the board in each defensive category. The real shame is the special teams sleepwalking on the fake punt attempt added 48 yards and a touchdown to the defensive statistics that they didn’t actually give up.

      * Florida was so bad in third down conversions defensively that despite holding Texas A&M and South Carolina to a combined 7-of-24, the Gators are still ranked in the bottom five in the nation.

      * From what we saw yesterday, no matter what Florida wants to call themselves and no matter what the rankings say, South Carolina’s special teams are the true game changers.

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