Published January 6, 2014 - 9:40amNEW: Follow on facebook -
SDS will break down all 10 SEC bowl games from a numbers perspective, and here is a look at this national championship between Auburn and FSU.
How do Auburn and FSU stack up statistically?
The first thing that jumps out about the Seminoles is that they statistically have the best offense in the country. It’s balanced and explosive, and their defense has been just as dominant. Yes, I know they play in the mighty ACC, but their numbers across the board are dominant, even their turnover margin at +17.
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What’s even more impressive is the Noles’ red zone numbers, scoring 55 TDs, but Auburn’s best asset on defense is their red zone defense, allowing opponents to score just 71 percent of the time. Auburn’s defense is bend but don’t break, and they’ll have to be great in the red zone tonight.
|Scoring Offense||40.2 PPG||53 PPG|
|Rushing Offense||335.69 PPG||207.38 YPG|
|Passing Offense||169.6 PPG||322 YPG|
|Total Offense||505.3 YPG||529.4 YPG|
|Scoring Defense||24 PPG||10.7 PPG|
|Rushing Defense||164.5 YPG||116.54 YPG|
|Passing Defense||259.3 YPG||152 YPG|
|Total Defense||423.5 YPG||268.5 YPG|
|3rd Down Offense||77/169 (45.56%)||80/145 (55.17%)|
|3rd Down Defense||64/188 (34.04%)||58/195 (29.74%)|
|Red Zone Offense||89.47% (42 TDs, 9 FGs)||97.10% (55 TDs, 12 FGs)|
|Red Zone Defense||70.83% (23 TDs, 11 FGs)||76.92% (14 TDs, 6 FGs)|
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