Saturday, Sep 3, 2016
UCLA24
Texas A&M31
 
Saturday, Sep 10, 2016
PV A&M0
Texas A&M67
 
Saturday, Sep 17, 2016
Texas A&M29
Auburn16
 
Saturday, Sep 24, 2016
Arkansas24
Texas A&M45
 
Saturday, Oct 1, 2016
Texas A&M24
SCarolina13
 
Saturday, Oct 8, 2016
Tennessee38
Texas A&M45
 
Saturday, Oct 22, 2016
Texas A&M14
Alabama33
 
Saturday, Oct 29, 2016
N. Mex St10
Texas A&M52
 
Saturday, Nov 5, 2016
Texas A&M28
Miss St35
 
Saturday, Nov 12, 2016
Ole Miss29
Texas A&M28
 
Saturday, Nov 19, 2016
UTSA10
Texas A&M23
 
Thursday, Nov 24, 2016
LSU54
Texas A&M39
 
Current Staff Head Coaches
Kevin SumlinHead Coach
Noel MazzoneOffensive Coordinator
John ChavisDefensive Coordinator
Aaron MooreheadWide Receivers
Clarence McKinneyRunning Backs
Jim TurnerOffensive Line
David TurnerDefensive Line
Terry PriceDefensive Ends
Terry JosephDefensive Backs
Jeff BanksTight Ends

Kevin Sumlin

One of the SEC's up-and-comers in College Station, Sumlin's an advocate of the Air Raid offense, learning under the Bob Stoops coaching tree at Oklahoma in the mid 2000s before becoming a first-year head coach at Houston in 2008. With the Cougars, Sumlin's passing offenses were consistently ranked near the top of country in terms of production and proved scheme sometimes has a far greater influence than personnel. Sumlin's gaudy numbers and proven success at Houston caught the eye of the powers that be at Texas A&M and  in 2012, the Aggies came calling. Sumlin took the SEC by storm…

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Noel Mazzone

Noel Mazzone has spent the majority of his coaching career as an offensive coordinator, including two different stints at Ole Miss (1995-98; 2004-05) and three seasons at Auburn (1999-2001). Mazzone also has coached at UCLA, Arizona State, the New York Jets, N.C. State, Oregon State, Minnesota, TCU, New Mexico and Colorado State. Mazzone worked under Tommy Tuberville from 1995 to 2001, at which time Tuberville replaced him with Bobby Petrino. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin hired Mazzone to take over his offense for the 2016 season. Mazzone came to the Aggies from UCLA.

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John Chavis

Working on four decades as an SEC defensive coach, the man known as The Chief is one of the most respected teachers in the conference. He currently is the defensive coordinator at Texas A&M. Known as 'Chief Chavis' during his time in Baton Rouge, LSU's veteran defensive coordinator took over play-calling duties on his side of the football in 2009 and promptly led Patrick Peterson and Morris Claiborne to Thorpe awards in consecutive years. Under Chavis' tutelage, the Tigers have consistently hovered around the Top 10 nationally in total defense and scoring defense and spit out NFL prospects. Prior to…

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Aaron Moorehead

Moorehead is a former NFL receiver with brief coaching experience on Frank Beamer's staff at Virginia Tech. He joined Kevin Sumlin's staff at Texas A&M in 2015.

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Clarence McKinney

Kevin Sumlin's right-hand man as Texas A&M's running backs coach, McKinney worked with the Aggies' head coach at Houston and helped develop the Cougars' offense into one of the nation's most prolific.

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Jim Turner

Turner spent four seasons, 2008-11 at Texas A&M as the offensive line coach. While with the Aggies, Turner molded one of the best offensive lines in college football. In 2011, his group led the nation in fewest sacks allowed as the Aggie line surrendered only eight over the course of the 12-game regular season. The offensive line also paved the way for the Aggies to boast the nation's 21st-ranked rushing attack. Kevin Sumlin hired Jim Turner to rebuild Texas A&M's offensive line. Turner is the architect of the Aggies' dominant O-line play in recent years.

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David Turner

Texas A&M and Kevin Sumlin raided Mississippi State's coaching staff for defensive line coach David Turner. Turner joined the Aggies coaching staff February 23, 2016. A 22-year veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, Turner joined Mississippi St.'s staff in 2007 after one season at Alabama. Turner's coached the defensive line at four different SEC programs.

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Terry Price

A former Texas A&M player with immense SEC coaching experience, Price returned to his alma-mater in 2012 to coach the Aggies' defensive line. Price has spent 17 prior years as an SEC defensive assistant with stops at Ole Miss and Auburn.

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Terry Joseph

In a decade's time, Joseph moved up the coaching ranks from the high school level to Derek Dooley's staff in Knoxville as Tennessee's defensive backs coach during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. He joined Kevin Sumlin's staff at Texas A&M in 2014 following a two-year stint at Nebraska.

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Jeff Banks

Banks has shared his special teams expertise in the college ranks since 1998. During that span, he's held assistant coaching positions at Washington St., Idaho St., UTEP, and Virginia before stopping at Texas A&M in 2013 as the Aggies' tight ends coach and special teams coordinator.

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Kevin Sumlin2012-Present
Mike Sherman2008-2011
Dennis Franchione2003-2007
R. C. Slocum1989-2002
Jackie Sherrill1982-1988
Tom Wilson1978-1981
Emory Bellard1972-1978
Gene Stallings1965-1971
Henry Foldberg1962-1964
James A. Myers1958-1961
Paul Bryant1954-1957
Raymond George1951-1953
Robert Harry Stiteler1948-1950
Homer H. Norton1934-1947
Madison A. Bell1929-1933
D. V. Graves1918
Dana X. Bible1917, 1919-1928
Edwin Harlan1915-1916
Charles B. Moran1909-1914
N.A. Merriam1908-1909
L. L. Larson1907
Walter E. Bachman1905-1906
J. E. Platt1902-1904
W. A. Murray1899-1901
H. W. Williams1898
C. W. Taylor1897
F. D. Perkins1894

Kevin Sumlin

One of the SEC's up-and-comers in College Station, Sumlin's an advocate of the Air Raid offense, learning under the Bob Stoops coaching tree at Oklahoma in the mid 2000s before becoming a first-year head coach at Houston in 2008. With the Cougars, Sumlin's passing offenses were consistently ranked near the top of country in terms of production and proved scheme sometimes has a far greater influence than personnel. Sumlin's gaudy numbers and proven success at Houston caught the eye of the powers that be at Texas A&M and  in 2012, the Aggies came calling. Sumlin took the SEC by storm…

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Mike Sherman

Known for his coaching career in the NFL, Mike Sherman put in a good amount of time in the college coaching ranks as well. After stops at Tulane and Holy Cross, Sherman got his first big-time job working as the offensive line coach for Texas A&M. After four seasons in College Station, 1989 to 1993, Sherman coached the offensive line at UCLA which included Jonathan Odgen. Sherman only spent one season with the Bruins and returned to Texas A&M for the 1995 and 1996 seasons. Despite being named the Aggies offensive coordinator for the 1997 season, Sherman took first NFL job: assistant…

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Dennis Franchione

Dennis Franchione spent two seasons coaching the Alabama Crimson Tide and five more coaching the Texas A&M Aggies while the Aggies were still in the Big 12 conference. Franchione arrived in Tuscaloosa in 2001 after the Tide had gone 3-8 the season before and led Alabama to a 7-5 record and a victory in the Independence Bowl. Alabama improved to 10-3 in 2002 including a 6-2 record in SEC play, winning the SEC West division in the process. Unfortunately, NCAA sanctions forced the Tide to sit out postseason play that year, including the SEC championship game. Franchione left for Texas…

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R. C. Slocum

R. C. Slocum coached the Texas A&M football program for 14 seasons from 1989-2002, leading the Aggies to 123 wins and 11 bowl games in that time. He served as an assistant at A&M for nine seasons from 1972-1980, and after one year at USC he returned to College Station for seven more seasons as defensive coordinator from 1982-1988. Slocum took over as head coach in 1989, leading A&M to an 8-4 record and a loss in the Sun Bowl. His teams posted four straight 10-win seasons from 1991-1994 and won three straight conference titles during that run (from 1991-93).…

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Jackie Sherrill

Jackie Sherrill was a college football coach for more than three decades, including 20 seasons as the head coach at Texas A&M and Mississippi State. After playing for legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant at Alabama in the 1960's, Sherrill began his coaching career as a graduate assistant to Bryant in 1966. He worked as an assistant at Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa State and Pittsburgh before breaking through as a head coach at Washington State in 1976. Sherrill took over the A&M program beginning in 1982 and stayed in College Station for seven seasons. His Aggies peaked from 1985-1987, winning three straight…

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Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson spent the majority of his college coaching career with the Texas A&M Aggies in the 1970's and 80's. He served as A&M's offensive coordinator for four seasons from 1975-1978, then served four seasons as head coach from 1978-1981. Wilson was just 21-19 in 40 games as coach of the Aggies, but was a perfect 2-0 in bowl games. He took over the program in the middle of the '78 season, leading A&M to a 4-2 record down the stretch and a win in the Hall of Fame Classic over then-No. 19 Iowa State. That team was Wilson's only…

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Emory Bellard

Emory Bellard worked as a high school and college football coach for more than 40 years, including 14 seasons as the head coach at Texas A&M and Mississippi State. After 15 years as a high school coach in Texas, where he won three state titles, Bellard took over as the offensive coordinator of the Texas Longhorns for five seasons before A&M hired him as its head coach. He coached the Aggies for seven seasons, posting four straight eight-win seasons from 1974-1977. His 1975 squad won the conference title, but his teams were just 1-2 in bowl games during Bellard's time…

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Gene Stallings

Gene Stallings coached at the University of Alabama for seven seasons from 1990-1996 and led the Tide to an undefeated season and national championship in 1992. He amassed an impressive 70-16-1 record in Tuscaloosa and went 5-1 in six bowl games during that time. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Stallings' teams won the SEC West division three years in a row from 1992-1994 and once more in 1996, although it went just 1-3 in SEC championship games with the lone win coming in 1992. Following the 1993 season an NCAA investigation found Alabama had…

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Henry Foldberg

Hank Foldberg served as an assistant coach at Florida and Texas A&M before eventually taking over as head coach of the Aggies in 1962. Foldberg was an assistant at A&M in 1951 and served as line coach at Florida from 1952-1959. He worked as the head coach of the Wichita Shockers for two seasons from 1960-1961, posting back-to-back eight-win seasons and back-to-back undefeated runs through the Missouri Valley Conference. He returned to College Station in 1962 and led the Aggies for three forgettable seasons. Foldberg never won more than three games in a season, his best season coming in '62…

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James A. Myers

Jim Myers spent one year as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt University and four more as the head coach of the Texas A&M Aggies from 1958-1961. Myers was Vandy's offensive line coach for the 1948 season, and after spending time at UCLA and Iowa State he replaced the legendary Paul "Bear" Bryant as the head coach at A&M. Bryant left College Station to take over the Alabama Crimson Tide following the 1957 season, leaving behind an Aggies program searching for answers. Unfortunately, Myers didn't have the answers A&M was looking for. In four seasons as head coach his teams failed…

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Paul Bryant

Paul "Bear" Bryant is widely regarded as one of the great football coaches of all-time. He's best-known as the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide from 1958-1982, but he also coached at Texas A&M, Kentucky and Maryland. Bryant won six national championships, all at Alabama, and won 14 SEC championships during his career (13 at Alabama and one at Kentucky in 1950). He was a 12-time SEC Coach of the Year and three-time AFCA Coach of the Year, and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1986. His career record as a head coach was 323-85-17…

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Raymond George

Raymond George spent most of his coaching career as an assistant coach at USC, but did spend three years as the head football coach at Texas A&M from 1951-1953. He led the Aggies to one winning season with a 5-3-2 record in 1951, but won just seven total games over the next two seasons before he was fired from the job. George left A&M with a 12-14-4 overall record. He was just 3-12-3 in Southwest Conference play. He passed away in 1995 at the age of 77.

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Robert Harry Stiteler

Harry Stiteler was a longtime high school football coach in the state of Texas, joining the college ranks as an assistant coach at Rice University in 1946. He served as an assistant at Texas A&M in 1947 and took over as head coach of the Aggies from 1948-1950, building the program from the ground-up. Stiteler failed to win a game in 1948, finishing the season with an 0-9-1 record, but he helped A&M improve to 1-8-1 in 1949. He had his best season as a college coach in 1950, leading the Aggies to a 7-4 record and a win over Georgia…

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Homer H. Norton

Homer H. Norton coached football, basketball and baseball at the college level for more than 20 years, including 14 seasons as head coach of the Texas A&M Aggies from 1934-1947. His A&M teams posted eight winning seasons, including three straight Southwest Conference titles from 1939-1941. His '39 team was named the national champion after a perfect 11-0 season capped by a Sugar Bowl victory over Tulane. Norton was 2-2 in bowl games while at A&M, and his three conference championship teams each finished the season ranked in the top-10 of the final Associated Press polls. Norton was fired following a…

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Madison A. Bell

Matty Bell was a college football coach for nearly 30 years in the 1920's, 30's and 40's, including five seasons as the head coach at Texas A&M from 1929-1933. He posted three winning season and just one losing season at A&M but never reached a bowl game with the Aggies. Bell's best season came in 1931 when he led A&M to a 7-3 record and a third-place finish in the Southwest Conference. He left A&M after a 6-3-1 season in 1933 to take over as the head coach at SMU, where he coached for seven seasons before World War II…

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D. V. Graves

D.V. Graves was the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide football program for four seasons from 1911-1914, posting a record of 21-12-3 in that time. He was just 13-11-3 against Southwest Intercollegiate Athletic Association foes during his tenure at Alabama, but was 8-1 against non-conference opponents. Graves also coached one season at Texas A&M in 1918 and his team went 6-1 that season. He also coached 77 college basketball games at four schools and 574 college baseball games at four different schools. He served as Alabama's athletic director the same years he served as head football coach. Graves passed…

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Dana X. Bible

Dana X. Bible was a college football coach for 33 seasons at five different schools, including one season as head coach at LSU and 11 more at Texas A&M. Bible arrived at LSU from Mississippi College in the middle of the 1916 season and went 1-0-2 in three games before moving on to Texas A&M. He coached at A&M in 1917, leading the Aggies to a perfect 8-0 season a Southwest Conference title. After a year away from College Station he returned to A&M for 10 more seasons beginning in 1919, never recording a losing season. He was 72-19-9 overall…

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Edwin Harlan

Edwin Harlan spent three seasons as a college football coach in the early 1900's, including two seasons as coach of the Texas A&M Aggies from 1915-1916. His teams finished 6-2 in 1915 and 6-3 in 1916 before Harlan retired from coaching. All in all he won 17 games as a college head coach including one season at Johns Hopkins in 1911. Harlan passed away in 1939 at the age of 53.

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Charles B. Moran

Charley Moran spent more than 20 years as a college football coach from 1909-1933 after playing Major League Baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals in the early 1900's. Moran took his first college head coaching job at Texas A&M, where he coached for six seasons from 1909-1914. His teams posted five winning seasons during that time, only losing more than one game in a season once. His 1909 team finished the season with a perfect 6-0 record, and he was an impressive 28-3 in his first four seasons as coach of the Aggies. Moran left A&M after the 1914 season…

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N.A. Merriam

N. A. Merriam coached the Texas A&M football team for parts of two seasons in 1908 and 1909, posting a 4-5-1 record in 10 career games as a head coach. He was replaced in the middle of the '09 season by Charley Moran.

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L. L. Larson

L. L. Larson served as head football coach at Texas A&M for one season in 1907, posting a 6-1-1 record with the Aggies. A&M only allowed one opponent to score more than six points on it during the season in an 11-6 loss to the Texas Longhorns. The Aggies' defense posted four shutouts on the season, but Larson was replaced by N. A. Merriam during the offseason.

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Walter E. Bachman

Walter E. Bachman coached the Texas A&M football team for two seasons from 1905-1906, posting a 13-3 record in that time. His teams were 7-2 in 1905 and 6-1 in 1906. Bachman passed away in 1958 at the age of 79.

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J. E. Platt

J. E. Platt coached the Texas A&M football team for three seasons from 1902-1904, posting three straight winning seasons and back-to-back seven-win campaigns in 1902 and 1903. Platt's teams finished 7-0-2 in 1902, 7-3-1 in 1903 and just 4-2 in 1904, his last season as a college coach. All in all his teams won or tied 21 of the 26 games he coached at A&M.

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W. A. Murray

W. A. Murray served as the head coach of the Texas A&M Aggies for three seasons from 1899-1901, finishing with a record of 7-8-1 in that time. His record as a coach trended negatively in all three of his seasons, dropping from 4-2 in 1899 to 2-2-1 in 1900 to 1-4 in 1901 before he was let go as head coach. 

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H. W. Williams

H. W. Williams coached the Texas A&M football team for one season in 1898, leading the Aggies to a 4-2 record that season. It was his lone season as a college football coach.

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C. W. Taylor

C. W. Taylor served as head football coach at Texas A&M for one season, leading the team to a 1-2 record in 1897. A&M lost its two games by final scores of 10-0 and 30-6, respectively, and won its only game over Austin College by a final score of 4-0.

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F. D. Perkins

F. D. Perkins was Texas A&M's first-ever football coach, taking over the Aggies' football team for its inaugural season in 1894. His team lost 38-0 to the University of Texas then won its first game in history by a final score of 14-6 over Ball High School in Texas. The Aggies did not play an 1895 season, and Perkins did not return to coaching when A&M took the field again in 1896.

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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 5, 2016