Saturday, Sep 3, 2016
La Tech20
Arkansas21
 
Saturday, Sep 10, 2016
Arkansas41
TCU38
 
Saturday, Sep 17, 2016
Texas St3
Arkansas42
 
Saturday, Sep 24, 2016
Arkansas24
Texas A&M45
 
Saturday, Oct 1, 2016
Alcorn St10
Arkansas52
 
Saturday, Oct 8, 2016
Alabama49
Arkansas30
 
Saturday, Oct 15, 2016
Ole Miss30
Arkansas34
 
Saturday, Oct 22, 2016
Arkansas3
Auburn56
 
Saturday, Nov 5, 2016
Florida10
Arkansas31
 
Saturday, Nov 12, 2016
LSU38
Arkansas10
 
Saturday, Nov 19, 2016
Arkansas58
Miss St42
 
Friday, Nov 25, 2016
Arkansas24
Mizzou28
 
Current Staff Head Coaches
Bret BielemaHead Coach
Dan EnosOffensive Coordinator
Robb SmithDefensive Coordinator
Paul RhoadesDefensive Backs
Reggie MitchellRunning Backs
Kurt AndersonOffensive Line
Vernon HargreavesLinebackers
Rory SegrestDefensive Line
Barry Lunney Jr.Tight Ends
Michael SmithWide Receivers
Ben HerbertStrength & Conditioning

Bret Bielema

A defensive assistant his first 10 years of coaching, Bret Bielema's first opportunity as a head man came in 2006 when he succeeded Barry Alvarez at Wisconsin. He won three Big Ten championships with the Badgers over the next seven seasons before departing for the SEC, replacing John L. Smith at Arkansas in 2013. Bielema won 17 of his first 18 games as a head coach, leading the Badgers to a 12-1 season in 2006 before beginning the following season 5-0 and ranked in the Top 15. At the time, it was the second-best start to a head coaching career…

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Dan Enos

Dan Enos served as head coach of the Central Michigan Chippewas (replaced Butch Jones) prior to coming to Arkansas. Enos has experience as an assistant at Michigan State, Cincinnati and other programs.

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Robb Smith

Hoping to improve on the program's ranking of 89th in the nation in points allowed per game (30.8), Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema picked Smith to replace Chris Ash as Arkansas' defensive coordinator in 2014. Smith coached on Greg Schiano's Tampa Bay Buccaneers staff in 2013 as the NFL franchise's linebackers coach. Smith brings to Fayetteville 14 years of college coaching experience including a recent four-year stint at Rutgers. In 2012, his Scarlet Knights defense ranked fourth in the nation in points allowed per game (14.2), sixth in rush yards allowed per game (95.2) and 10th in total defense (311.6…

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Paul Rhoades

Paul Rhoads was let go at Iowa State in 2015, and Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema snatched him up. Rhoads will coach the Hogs' defensive backs. Paul Rhoads is a career defensive coach who became a defensive coordinator at Pitt (2000-07) and Auburn (2008) before becoming Iowa State's head coach in 2009. Rhoads took over for Gene Chizik as Auburn's defensive coordinator in 2008. When Tommy Tuberville resigned following that season, Auburn hired Chizik, who didn't retain Rhoads, and then Rhoads took over Chizik's former position at Iowa State. Rhoads also has coached for Missouri Western, Utah State, Ohio State…

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Reggie Mitchell

Reggie Mitchell was hired by Bret Bielema to coach the Arkansas running backs for the 2016 season. A coaching veteran with over 30 years of experience, Mitchell spent the last six seasons at Kansas where he was the running backs coach and the program’s recruiting coordinator the last two years.

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Kurt Anderson

Bret Bielema hired Kurt Anderson away from the Buffalo Bills, where he was the assistant offensive line coach for the team. “Once this position on our staff opened up I heard from a lot of NCAA and NFL coaches who were interested,” said Bielema. “Kurt stood out to me when he interviewed and he’s stood out to every coach he’s worked and played for. His ability to relate to the players and connect with them will help him have a tremendous impact on our program, not only a position coach, but as a recruiter. I’m very happy to have him…

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Vernon Hargreaves

Vernon Hargreaves has had coaching stints at University of Miami, University of South Florida and University of Houston. He has roots in South Florida and thus will be responsible for recruiting the area.

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Rory Segrest

Segrest replaced Charlie Patridge as the Razorbacks' defensive line in 2014 after Patridge left to take the head job at Florida Atlantic. Segrest has NFL coaching experience with the Philadelphia Eagles and was a letter-winner at Alabama before performing as a graduate assistant in Tuscaloosa and at Auburn in the late 1990s.

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Barry Lunney Jr.

A former Razorback letterman, Lunney served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Bentonville High School since 2005 before returning to Arkansas in 2013. Lunney's coaching career began as a graduate assistant at Arkansas before coaching at Tulsa and as the co-offensive coordinator at San Jose State.

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Michael Smith

A Big XII native and Kansas State alum, Smith joined Bret Bielema's Arkansas staff with several others in 2013 in hopes of changing the culture at an SEC Western Division program with considerable potential. Smith was a third-team All-American in 1991 at receiver.

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Ben Herbert

Ben Herbert followed head coach Bret Bielema to Arkansas after spending 11 seasons at Wisconsin. Herbert is as intense of a coach as you'll find in college athletics. Herbert has built Arkansas' mental and physical strength, and the Hogs boast the heaviest offensive line in all of college football.

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Bret Bielema2013-Present
John L. Smith2012
Bobby Petrino2008-2011
Houston Nutt1998-2007
Danny Ford1993-1997
Jack Crowe1990-1992
Ken Hatfield1984-1989
Lou Holtz1977-1983
Frank Broyles1958-1976
Jack Mitchell1955-1957
Bowden Wyatt1953-1954
Otis Douglas1950-1952
John Barnhill1946-1949
Glen Rose1944-45
John Tomlin1943
George Cole1942
Fred Thomsen1929-1941
Francis Schmidt1922-1928
George McLaren1920-1921
James B. Craig1919
Norman C. Paine1917-1918
T.T. McConnell1915-1916
E.T. Pickering1913-14
Hugo Bezdek1908-1912
Frank Longman1906-1907
Ancil D. Brown1904-1905
D.A. McDaniel1903
Charles Thomas1901-1902
Colbert Searles1899-1900
B.N. Wilson1897-1898
John C. Futrall1894-1896

Bret Bielema

A defensive assistant his first 10 years of coaching, Bret Bielema's first opportunity as a head man came in 2006 when he succeeded Barry Alvarez at Wisconsin. He won three Big Ten championships with the Badgers over the next seven seasons before departing for the SEC, replacing John L. Smith at Arkansas in 2013. Bielema won 17 of his first 18 games as a head coach, leading the Badgers to a 12-1 season in 2006 before beginning the following season 5-0 and ranked in the Top 15. At the time, it was the second-best start to a head coaching career…

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John L. Smith

Prior to his first season at Weber State, John L. Smith was hired by Arkansas after the Razorbacks fired Bobby Petrino in the wake of his scandal.  Smith signed a 10-month contract, signifying he would only be in Fayetteville on an interim basis.  Smith's previous coaching stops include Idaho, Utah State, Louisville and Michigan State. Coaching History Team Years Head Coach Fort Lewis Skyhawks 2013-Present Head Coach Arkansas Razorbacks 2012 Head Coach Alabama Crimson Tide 2001-2002 Head Coach Weber St. Wildcats 2012 Special Teams Coordinator Arkansas Razorbacks 2009-2011 Head Coach Michigan St. Spartans 2003-2006 Head Coach Louisville Cardinals 1998-2002 Head…

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Bobby Petrino

Bobby Petrino has coached football at the college and pro levels for more than three decades, but is better known for his off-the-field troubles than for his successes as a coach. Petrino worked as the offensive coordinator at Auburn in 2002 and earned his first head coaching job one year later at the University of Louisville. He led the Cardinals to two 11-win seasons and a Conference USA title in four years at the helm of the program, and signed a lucrative 10-year extension in July 2006 before the start of the '06 season. Six months later he left Louisville…

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Houston Nutt

Houston Nutt served as a head coach in the SEC for 14 seasons from 1998-2011 with the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Ole Miss Rebels. Nutt coached at Arkansas from 1998-2007, leading the Razorbacks to three SEC West titles and three New Years Day bowl games in that time. He resigned from his position at Arkansas following the 2007 regular season, which ended with a 50-48 win over then-No. 1 LSU. He left Arkansas with a 75-48 record as coach of the Razorbacks. In November of 2007 Nutt signed to become the next football coach at the University of Mississippi, where…

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Danny Ford

Danny Ford served as the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks for five seasons from 1993-1997 after a 12-season stay as head coach of the Clemson Tigers. Ford experienced limited success at Arkansas, racking up a 26-30-1 record in five seasons, including an 0-1 record in bowl games. Ford's best season in Fayetteville came in 1995 when he lead the Razorbacks to an 8-5 record, including a 6-3 record in the SEC. His team finished the regular season 8-3 overall and 6-2 in the regular season, good enough to win the SEC West division. His teams were a combined 18-25-1…

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Jack Crowe

Jack Crowe served as the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks for three seasons from 1990-1992, including the program's first game as a member of the SEC. Crowe struggled in his first season in Fayetteville, finishing the 1990 campaign with a dismal 3-8 record including a 1-7 run through the Southwest Conference. The Razorbacks rebounded in 1991, finishing 6-6 overall and 5-3 in conference play while earning a berth in the Independence Bowl, which they lost. Arkansas joined the SEC prior to the 1992 season and were prepared for Crowe to lead the program into new territory, but the Razorbacks…

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Ken Hatfield

Ken Hatfield was the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks for six seasons from 1984-1989. He was the immediate successor to the legendary Lou Holtz, who had succeeded the equally legendary Frank Broyles. Hatfield had played for Broyles during his college career and worked under him at Arkansas, where Broyles remained as the athletic director. Hatfield's teams reached bowl games in all six of his seasons at Arkansas but compiled just a 1-5 record in those games. Four of his six teams finished ranked in the final Associated Press poll of that season. Hatfield led Arkansas to back-to-back Southwest Conference…

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Lou Holtz

Lou Holtz was a head coach for 34 years at both the college and pro levels, and is perhaps best known for his 11-season stint as head coach at Notre Dame from 1986-1996. Holtz ended his coaching career in the SEC, however, as the head coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks for six seasons from 1999-2004. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2008. Holtz took over a South Carolina team that went 1-10 in 1998, and after struggling through an 0-11 season his first year in Columbia in 1999 he led the Gamecocks to an…

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Frank Broyles

Frank Broyles has more wins than any head coach in the history of the Arkansas Razorbacks football program, posting a record of 144-58-5 in 19 seasons as Arkansas' head coach from 1958-1976. His teams won seven Southwest Conference titles and his 1964 squad went 11-0 on its way to a national championship. Broyles was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983. Eleven of Broyles' 19 teams at Arkansas finished the season ranked in the final Associated Press poll, and his teams were 4-6 in 10 bowl appearances during his stay in Fayetteville. More than 30 of Broyles'…

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Jack Mitchell

Jack Mitchell coached for 17 seasons at the collegiate level from 1950-66, including three seasons at the University of Arkansas from 1955-57. Despite a .529 career win percentage Mitchell coached in just one bowl game during his career at the University of Kansas in 1961. In three seasons at Arkansas Mitchell was 17-12-1 and never finished better than fourth in the Southwest Conference. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 85.

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Bowden Wyatt

Bowden Wyatt was a college football coach for 24 years, including two years at the University of Arkansas and eight years at the University of Tennessee. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame twice - he was inducted as a player in 1972 for his career at Tennessee in the late 30's, and again as a coach in 1997. Wyatt began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Mississippi State from 1939-1941 and after World War II returned as an assistant coach at MSU in 1946. Wyatt's first head coaching job came at the University of…

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Otis Douglas

Otis Douglas was the head coach of the University of Arkansas football team from 1950-52, but compiled a mere 9-21 record with the Razorbacks and a 4-14 record in Southwestern Conference play. Overall he was 14-313 as a college coach. He also spent time in the NFL as a player for the Philadelphia Eagles and an assistant coach for the Baltimore Colts. He passed away in 1989 at the age of 77.

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John Barnhill

John Barnhill was a college football coach from 1931-1949 at the University of Tennessee and the University of Arkansas. After playing at Tennessee from 1927-1929, Barnhill worked as an assistant on the Vols' coaching staff from1931-1940. He took over as head coach in 1941 and posted an impressive 32-5-2 record in four seasons, and his teams ended the season in the final Associated Press poll all four years. Barnhill was 15-3-1 in SEC play and never finished worse than second in the conference standings. He won the 1942 Sugar Bowl and in 1944 was named SEC Coach of the Year despite…

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Glen Rose

Glen Rose played three sports in the 1920's at the University of Arkansas and returned to Fayetteville to coach the Razorbacks in football and basketball during the 1930's and 40's. He spent most of his career coaching basketball, but coached the Arkansas football team for two seasons in 1944 and 1945, compiling and 8-12-1 record. Rose passed away in 1994 at the age of 89.

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John Tomlin

John Tomlin spent two years as a football coach at the University of Arkansas from 1942-1943. He coached the Razorbacks' freshman team in 1942 and coached the varsity team in 1943, amassing a 2-7 record including a 1-4 mark in Southwestern Conference play.

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George Cole

George Cole was a football coach at the University of Arkansas for 25 years from 1934-1958, but spent just one year as head coach in 1942, leading the Razorbacks to a 3-7 record including 0-6 in Southwestern Conference play. He also served four seasons as athletic director at Arkansas from 1970-1973. He passed away in 1978 at the age of 71.

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Fred Thomsen

Fred Thomsen was the head football coach at the University of Arkansas for 13 seasons from 1929-1941. He twice finished first in the Southwestern Conference and his 1936 team was awarded the conference championship. His teams twice finished ranked in the final Associated Press poll and he reached one bowl game while with the Razorbacks. Thomsen's overall record at Arkansas 56-61-10. He passed away in 1986 at the age of 88.

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Francis Schmidt

Francis Schmidt coached college football, basketball and baseball for nearly three decades, including stints coaching all three sports between 1922 and 1929. He coached the Arkansas football team from 1922-1928 and went 41-21-3 in that time. His record against Southwest Conference opponents was just 8-12-2. His teams never finished ranked in the Associated Press poll, won a conference title or reached a bowl game. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1971. Schmidt passed away in 1944 at the age of 58.

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George McLaren

George McLaren was a college football coach in the 1920's and led the Arkansas Razorbacks football program for two seasons from 1920-1921. He posted an 8-5-3 record at Arkansas including a 4-1-1 record in Southwestern Conference play. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1965. McLaren passed away in 1967 at the age of 71.

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James B. Craig

James B. Craig coached the Arkansas Razorbacks football team in 1919, posting a 3-4 record and a 1-2 record in Southwestern Conference play. Craig also served as the athletic director at Arkansas in 1919 and 1920. He passed away in 1990 at the age of the 96.

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Norman C. Paine

Norman C. Paine coached college football and basketball in the early 1900's, and coached the Arkansas football team for two seasons from 1917-1918. Under Paine's leadership Arkansas went 8-3-1 in those two years, although it failed to win a conference game going 0-2-1 against Southwestern Conference foes. He passed away in 1955 at the age of 62.

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T.T. McConnell

T. T. McConnell coached football and baseball at the University of Arkansas from 1914-1916. He coached the football team for the latter two seasons during that span, finishing 4-2-1 in 1915 and 4-4 in 1916. He passed away in 1970 at the age of 81.

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E.T. Pickering

E. T. Pickering coached football and baseball at the University of Arkansas from 1914-1916. He coached the football team for two seasons during that span, finishing 7-2 in 1913 and 3-6 in 1914. He passed away in 1961 at the age of 73.

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Hugo Bezdek

Hugo Bezdek coached college football, basketball and baseball in parts of four different decades between 1906 and 1949. He coached the University of Arkansas football team from 1908-1912 going 29-13-1 in five seasons as coach of the Razorbacks. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1954. Bezdek passed away in 1952 at the age of 68.

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Frank Longman

Frank Longman coached football at the University of Arkansas from 1906-1907. His teams finished a combined 5-8-3 in those two seasons, and he later went on to coach the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He passed away in 1928 at the age of 45.

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Ancil D. Brown

Ancil D. Brown was a college football coach for three seasons in the early 1900's, and coached for two seasons at the University of Arkansas from 1904-1905. His teams went 4-5 and 2-6, respectively. Brown passed away in 1960 at the age of 86.

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D.A. McDaniel

D. A. McDaniel coached the University of Arkansas football team in 1903, leading the Razorbacks to a 3-4 record. He passed away in 1958 at the age of 82.

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Charles Thomas

Charles Thomas coached college football in the late 1800's and the early 1900's at Nebraska and later at Arkansas. He coached Arkansas from 1901-1902 and his teams went 3-5 and 6-3, respectively. He passed away in 1920 at the age of 48.

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Colbert Searles

Colbert Seales coached the Arkansas football team through the turn of the century from 1899-1900. His teams went 3-1-1 in 1899 and 2-1-1 in 1900. Searles passed away in 1947 at the age of 73.

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B.N. Wilson

B. N. Wilson coached the Arkansas football team from 1897-1898, posting an undefeated 2-0-1 record his first season and a 2-1 record his final season. He passed away in 1948 at the age of 73.

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John C. Futrall

John C. Futrall was the first-ever coach of the Arkansas football program. He coached the then-Arkansas Cardinals through their first three seasons from 1894-1896. Arkansas went 2-1 in its inaugural season, 1-0 in 1895 and 2-1 in 1896. He also served as president of the university beginning in 1914. Futrall passed away in 1939 at the age of 66.

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Individual Stats Team Stats
Quarterbacks Running backs Wide receivers Tackles TFL Sacks Interceptions
PlayerGCMPATTCMP %YDSTDINTYds/GAtt/GRAT
Chad Kelly920532862.5%2,758198306.436.4147.4
Drew Lock1122140854.2%3,1312210284.637.1131.5
Austin Allen1120333161.3%2,8042210254.930.1148.4
Trevor Knight914928452.5%1,911136212.331.6119.9
Joshua Dobbs1117128560.0%2,3152412210.525.9147.6
Nick Fitzgerald1117531855.0%2,1781810198.028.9125.0
Jalen Hurts1118228164.8%2,168197197.125.5146.9
Jacob Eason1117832255.3%2,127136193.429.3120.4
Danny Etling912421258.5%1,58274175.823.6128.3
Kyle Shurmur1116429555.6%1,83576166.826.8111.6
Sean White1012919865.2%1,64493164.419.8146.9
Stephen Johnson1011020453.9%1,52495152.420.4126.3
Cooper Bateman11121485.7%1191010.81.3180.7
Markell Pack111199.9%37003.40.1410.8
PlayerGATTYdsAvgTDAtt/GYards/G
Rawleigh Williams III112081,2095.81118.9109.9
Stanley Williams111461,0727.3613.397.5
Derrius Guice101209648.01012.096.4
Ralph Webb112081,0585.11018.996.2
Nick Fitzgerald111639856.01214.889.6
Trayveon Williams111379567.0712.586.9
Kerryon Johnson101658235.01116.582.3
Nick Chubb111859004.9616.881.8
Damien Harris111158507.4210.577.3
Jalen Hurts111428035.71112.973.0
Jordan Scarlett101407255.2614.072.5
Ish Witter111577384.7614.367.1
Akeem Judd111457195.0613.265.4
PlayerGRecYardsAvgTDRec/GYards/G
Evan Engram116592614.385.984.2
J'Mon Moore115687715.785.179.7
Fred Ross116783512.5116.175.9
Josh Reynolds114683418.194.275.8
Christian Kirk116973510.776.366.8
Josh Malone113873119.293.566.5
Donald Gray113767918.443.461.7
Antonio Callaway93754514.724.160.6
Calvin Ridley115764011.275.258.2
Drew Morgan115561011.135.055.5
Jeff Badet112458724.542.253.4
Keon Hatcher103553215.273.553.2
Tony Stevens92946616.133.251.8
PlayerGTackles
Zach Cunningham11109
Kendell Beckwith1091
Jordan Jones1190
Richie Brown1189
Mike Edwards1187
Duke Riley1081
Justin Evans1180
DeMarquis Gates1075
Reuben Foster1175
Brooks Ellis1175
Donavin Newsom1171
Roquan Smith1169
Todd Kelly Jr.1067
PlayerGTackles For Loss
Derek Barnett1117.0
Zach Cunningham1116.5
Ryan Anderson1114.5
Myles Garrett914.0
Carl Lawson1112.5
Arden Key1012.5
Charles Harris1112.0
Jordan Jones1112.0
Darius English1111.5
Denzil Ware1111.0
A.J. Jefferson1010.5
Daeshon Hall1110.5
Marquis Haynes1110.0
PlayerGSacks
Derek Barnett1111.0
Arden Key1010.0
Charles Harris119.0
Carl Lawson119.0
Darius English119.0
Myles Garrett98.5
Jonathan Allen117.0
Ryan Anderson116.5
Joshua Allen116.5
Marquis Haynes116.0
Denzil Ware115.5
Jabari Zuniga105.0
PlayerGInterceptions
Jalen Tabor94
Minkah Fitzpatrick114
Aarion Penton114
Justin Evans114
Derrick Baity113
T.J. Holloman113
John Gibson103
Zedrick Woods113
Quincy Wilson103
Juwuan Briscoe92
Derrick Jones82
Total Offense Passing Offense Rushing Offense Total Defense Passing Defense Rushing Defense
TeamGRush YdsPass YdsPlaysTot YdsYds/PlayTot Yds/G
Mizzou112,3303,2778925,6076.3509.7
Alabama112,7482,5067875,2546.7477.6
Auburn113,2761,9338165,2096.4473.5
Texas A&M112,4222,7238065,1456.4467.7
Ole Miss111,5853,4598195,0446.2458.5
Mississippi State112,3412,4818194,8225.9438.4
Arkansas111,9442,8087734,7526.2432.0
Tennessee112,2622,4697534,7316.3430.1
Kentucky112,6661,8927304,5586.2414.4
LSU102,3211,7406134,0616.6406.1
Georgia111,9752,2127844,1875.3380.6
Florida101,5002,1736723,6735.5367.3
South Carolina111,5452,2747423,8195.2347.2
Vanderbilt111,7871,9127373,6995.0336.3
TeamGCMPATTCMP %YDSTDINTAtt/GYds/G
Ole Miss1126243560.2%3,459251239.5314.5
Mizzou1123342255.2%3,277241038.4297.9
Arkansas1120533661.0%2,808231030.5255.3
Texas A&M1120838354.3%2,72319834.8247.5
Alabama1120531465.3%2,50622728.5227.8
Mississippi State1120936756.9%2,481211033.4225.5
Tennessee1118430759.9%2,469251227.9224.5
Florida1018231158.5%2,173141031.1217.3
South Carolina1120233061.2%2,2748430.0206.7
Georgia1118633755.2%2,21213730.6201.1
Auburn1115824365.0%1,93311422.1175.7
LSU1013824157.3%1,7408624.1174.0
Vanderbilt1117031354.3%1,9127728.5173.8
Kentucky1113424953.8%1,892131122.6172.0
TeamGATTYdsAvgTDAtt/GYards/G
Auburn115733,2765.73252.1297.8
Alabama114732,7485.82343.0249.8
Kentucky114812,6665.52743.7242.4
LSU103722,3216.22437.2232.1
Texas A&M114232,4225.72538.5220.2
Mississippi State114522,3415.21841.1212.8
Mizzou114702,3305.02142.7211.8
Tennessee114462,2625.12540.6205.6
Georgia114471,9754.41440.6179.6
Arkansas114371,9444.51839.7176.7
Vanderbilt114241,7874.22038.6162.5
Florida103611,5004.21136.1150.0
Ole Miss113841,5854.11734.9144.1
South Carolina114121,5453.81837.5140.5
TeamGRush YdsPass YdsPlaysTot YdsYds/PlayTot Yds/G
Alabama117582,0217032,7794.0252.6
Florida101,2211,6006272,8214.5282.1
LSU101,1521,9296603,0814.7308.1
Georgia111,4672,0796903,5465.1322.4
Auburn111,2952,3857763,6804.7334.5
South Carolina112,1842,0807844,2645.4387.6
Vanderbilt111,8092,6057654,4145.8401.3
Texas A&M111,9772,7319004,7085.2428.0
Kentucky112,4202,2937924,7136.0428.5
Arkansas112,3812,3646884,7456.9431.4
Tennessee112,5882,3268574,9145.7446.7
Ole Miss112,4992,4708324,9696.0451.7
Mississippi State111,9303,0778055,0076.2455.2
Mizzou112,6392,6148645,2536.1477.5
TeamGCMPATTCMP %YDSTDINTAtt/GYds/G
Florida1011525844.6%1,60061225.8160.0
Alabama1118435452.0%2,02191032.2183.7
Georgia1117630158.5%2,079121427.4189.0
South Carolina1119033556.7%2,080121330.5189.1
LSU1016729955.9%1,9296929.9192.9
Kentucky1118031357.5%2,293181028.5208.5
Tennessee1119835555.8%2,326141032.3211.5
Arkansas1118131058.4%2,3649928.2214.9
Auburn1122340155.6%2,38510936.5216.8
Ole Miss1119833359.5%2,47012830.3224.5
Vanderbilt1122137958.3%2,60515534.5236.8
Mizzou1121737957.3%2,614161334.5237.6
Texas A&M1123841457.5%2,731131237.6248.3
Mississippi State1124239361.6%3,077291135.7279.7
TeamGATTYdsAvgTDAtt/GYards/G
Alabama113497582.2331.768.9
LSU103611,1523.2536.1115.2
Auburn113751,2953.5434.1117.7
Florida103691,2213.3936.9122.1
Georgia113891,4673.81935.4133.4
Vanderbilt113861,8094.71135.1164.5
Mississippi State114121,9304.71737.5175.5
Texas A&M114861,9774.11344.2179.7
South Carolina114492,1844.91540.8198.6
Arkansas113782,3816.33334.4216.5
Kentucky114792,4205.12043.6220.0
Ole Miss114992,4995.02745.4227.2
Tennessee115022,5885.22345.6235.3
Mizzou114852,6395.42644.1239.9
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December 3, 2016