Thursday, Sep 1, 2016
SCarolina13
Vandy10
 
Saturday, Sep 10, 2016
Mid Tenn24
Vandy47
 
Saturday, Sep 17, 2016
Vandy7
Ga Tech38
 
Saturday, Sep 24, 2016
Vandy31
W Kentucky30
 
Saturday, Oct 1, 2016
Florida13
Vandy6
 
Saturday, Oct 8, 2016
Vandy13
Kentucky20
 
Saturday, Oct 15, 2016
Vandy17
Georgia16
 
Saturday, Oct 22, 2016
Tenn St17
Vandy35
 
Saturday, Nov 5, 2016
Vandy16
Auburn23
 
Saturday, Nov 12, 2016
Vandy17
Mizzou26
 
Saturday, Nov 19, 2016
Ole Miss17
Vandy38
 
Saturday, Nov 26, 2016
Tennessee34
Vandy45
 
Current Staff Head Coaches
Derek MasonHead Coach
Andy LudwigOffensive Coordinator
Cortez HanktonWide Receivers
Jeff GenykRunning Backs
Cameron NorcrossOffensive Line
C.J. Ah YouDefensive Line
Osia LewisOutside Linebackers
Chris MarveLinebackers
Marc MattioliDefensive Backs
Gerry GdowskiTight Ends
James DobsonStrength and Conditioning

Derek Mason

The new kid on the block in the SEC, the former Stanford defensive coordinator and longtime assistant replaced James Franklin in Nashville after the 2013 season and is poised on continuing the groundwork for success established by his predecessor. A former cornerback at Northern Arizona, Mason's strong suit is the defense side of the ball, evidenced by the dominance of his unit out west in recent years with consecutive Rose Bowl trips. In 2012, Mason was a finalist for the Broyles Award, given annually to the top assistant in college football, after his Stanford defense broke a school record for…

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Andy Ludwig

Derek Mason hopes Andy Ludwig can bring his record settings ways from Wisconsin to the Vanderbilt offense.

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Cortez Hankton

Cortez Hankton is a former NFL wide receiver with coaching experience at Dartmouth University. He joined the Vanderbilt staff as wide receivers coach in 2015.

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Jeff Genyk

Jeff Genyk was hired to coordinate Vanderbilt's special teams and coach the running backs. He's coached at Northwestern, Wisconsin and Cal, among others. “I’m very pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Genyk to our Vanderbilt staff,” Mason said. “Jeff is recognized as one of the nation’s leading coordinators of special teams and an outstanding offensive coach. He brings a great deal of knowledge and expertise to our staff. Jeff has enjoyed plenty of success coaching special teams and offense, and I look forward to that continuing here in Nashville.”

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Cameron Norcross

Highly regarded Fresno State offensive assistant coach Cameron Norcross joined Derek Mason's Vanderbilt staff to coach the offensive line. "We are extremely pleased to welcome Cameron to campus," Mason said. "He's truly one of the nation's top young offensive line coaches, a fantastic recruiter and excellent teacher. Cameron brings a blue collar mentality to the staff and has learned from two football legends in Coach (Chris) Ault and Coach (Pat) Hill. He's a tremendous addition to the Commodore staff."

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C.J. Ah You

The University of Oklahoma defensive assistant C.J. Ah You will joined the Commodores as the next defensive line coach. He served on the Oklahoma staff for the last two years.

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Osia Lewis

Osia Lewis will serve as Vanderbilt's outside linebackers coach and senior defensive assistant. Lewis has been the defensive line coach at San Diego State for the last five years, and he entered his first year at Vanderbilt in 2016.

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Chris Marve

Former Vanderbilt linebacker Chris Marve was hired by Derek Mason to coach the Commodores linebackers. Marve is a former two-time Commodore captain who ranks among the team’s Top Ten career tacklers. “Vanderbilt is exactly where Chris needs to build his coaching career,” Mason said. “Everybody here knows him, respects him and loves him. Chris is an ideal fit to guide our linebackers. There’s a great deal of respect for Chris on this campus. For the last two years, Chris has demonstrated a commitment to the profession and to the Commodores. He brings a strong coaching acumen, character, focus and leadership…

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Marc Mattioli

Mattioli coached under Derek Mason at Stanford and joined the Vanderbilt staff in 2015.

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Gerry Gdowski

Gdowski comes to Vanderbilt after a nine-year stint at Ohio as the Bobcats' assistant head coach and co-offensive coordinator. Gdowski's specialty is offense.

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James Dobson

Former Nebraska conditioning coordinator James Dobson enters his first year as head strength coach of the Vanderbilt football team.

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Derek Mason2014-Present
James Franklin2011-2013
Robbie Caldwell2010
Bobby Johnson2002-2009
Woody Widenhofer1997-2001
Rod Dowhower1995-1996
Gerry DiNardo1991-1994
Watson Brown1986-1990
George MacIntyre1979-1985
Fred Pancoast1975-1978
Steve Sloan1973-1974
Bill Pace1967-1972
John Green1963-1966
Arthur Guepe1953-1962
Bill Edwards1949-1952
Doby Bartling1944-1945
E. H. Alley1943
Henry Russell Sanders1940-1942, 1946-1948
Ray Morrison1918, 1935-1939
Dan McGugin1904-1917, 1919-1934
James H. Henry1903
Walter H. Watkins1901-1902
James L. Crane1899-1900
R. G. Acton1896-1898
C. L Upton1895
Henry Worth Thornton1894
W. J. Keller1893
Elliott Jones1890-1892

Derek Mason

The new kid on the block in the SEC, the former Stanford defensive coordinator and longtime assistant replaced James Franklin in Nashville after the 2013 season and is poised on continuing the groundwork for success established by his predecessor. A former cornerback at Northern Arizona, Mason's strong suit is the defense side of the ball, evidenced by the dominance of his unit out west in recent years with consecutive Rose Bowl trips. In 2012, Mason was a finalist for the Broyles Award, given annually to the top assistant in college football, after his Stanford defense broke a school record for…

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James Franklin

James Franklin coached in the SEC for three season at Vanderbilt University from 2011-2013, leading the Commodores to bowl appearances in all three seasons. Vanderbilt had never reached a bowl game in consecutive seasons prior to Franklin's arrival in Nashville. Franklin led Vandy to nine-win seasons in 2012 and 2013, which doubled the number of times the Commodores had reached nine wins in their program's history (dating back to 1890). Twice his teams finished ranked in the final Associated Press and USA Today Coaches' polls, which had never been done before Franklin took over the program. Vanderbilt was Franklin's first career…

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Robbie Caldwell

Caldwell was Bobby Johnson's offensive line coach for eight of Johnson's nine years at Vanderbilt. When Johnson retired a month and a half before the 2010 season, Caldwell was named the interim head coach. He made a huge splash at SEC Media Days, playing up the I'm-just-happy-to-be-here card. In that he wasn't known by members of the media, he gave his back story which included his first job. "My first job was on the turkey farm," Caldwell said from the podium. "I don’t know if I can tell you what my job was, but I was on the insemination crew.…

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Bobby Johnson

Johnson's nine year stint as Vanderbilt's head coach started in 2002. In his fourth season, Vanderbilt finished with a losing record in 2005, 5-6, but was put on the college football map with the emergence of senior quarterback Jay Culter. Cutler was a NFL first round draft pick in 2006. After 4-8 and 5-7 record in 2006 and 2007 respectively, Johnson lead the 2008 Commodores to their first winning season in 26 years. Johnson spent 17 years as an assistant at Furman, spent 1993 as Clemson's defensive coordinator, before returning to Furman as their head coach from 1994 to 2001.

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Woody Widenhofer

Woody Widenhofer spent a combined nine seasons as head coach at Missouri (in the Big Eight Conference) and Vanderbilt, coaching the teams to a combined record of 27-71-1. He coached college football in five different decades and also spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns (under Bill Belichick and Nick Saban), serving as the Steelers' defensive coordinator for four seasons from 1979-83 during the "Steel Curtain" era. Widenhofer earned four Super Bowl rings with the Steelers. He also coached in the United States Football League. Widenhofer, a Missouri graduate who also played linebacker at the school,…

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Rod Dowhower

Rod Dowhower has been a coveted NFL assistant coach for most of his career, but he hasn't been a success as a head coach. Dowhower lost 13 consecutive games to begin the 1986 season as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He also coached Vanderbilt in 1995 and 1996. His combined career head coaching record is 14-47-1. Dowhower also has coached for the St. Louis Cardinals, Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant in addition to college stops at Boise State, UCLA and San Diego State as an offensive coordinator. Coaching History Team…

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Gerry DiNardo

Gerry DiNardo was a Division I head coach for 13 seasons between 1991 and 2004, including four seasons as the head coach of the Vanderbilt Commodores and five seasons as the head coach of the LSU Tigers. After working as an assistant from 1975-1990 DiNardo was hired at Vanderbilt prior to the 1991 season. In four seasons in Nashville, his Commodores teams combined to go 19-25 overall and just 9-22 in the SEC. After four straight losing seasons with Vanderbilt, DiNardo left to take over an LSU program that had strung together six straight losing seasons before his arrival in 1995…

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Watson Brown

Watson Brown has served as head coach for six different college football teams, including at Vanderbilt (1986-1990). His best season with the Commodores came in '87 as the team won four games and sported a 1-5 conference record. Brown had four 10-loss seasons in the span of seven years at Rice and Vanderbilt and broke the NCAA record for most losses by a college football coach in 2013, reaching 197 for his career. In addition to coaching Tennessee Tech, UAB, Vandy, Rice, Cincinnati and Austin Peay, Brown served as an assistant at Oklahoma, Mississippi State, Texas Tech, Jacksonville State and East…

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George MacIntyre

George MacIntyre coached Vanderbilt for seven seasons (1979-85) in addition to coaching at Tennessee-Martin. He led the Commodores to an 8-4 record in 1982 and lost in the Hall of Fame Classic, his only winning season at Vandy. He earned SEC Coach of the Year honors that season. MacIntyre's other coaching stops included a stint as the Ole Miss offensive coordinator in 1978. He played college football for the Miami Hurricanes and his son Mike MacIntyre has been a head coach at Fresno State ad Colorado.  

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Fred Pancoast

Fred Pancoast held three college head coaching jobs, including at Tampa, Memphis State and Vanderbilt. Pancoast led the Commodores to a 7-4 season in 1975 before enduring three consecutive 2-9 finishes. Pancoast also spent time as Florida's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, coaching Steve Spurrier to a Heisman Trophy, and served as Georgia's offensive coordinator in 1970-71. The Pensacola, Fla., native played football at the University of Tampa.

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Steve Sloan

Steve Sloan played quarterback for Paul "Bear" Bryant and the Alabama Crimson Tide from 1962-1965, and began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Alabama from 1968-1970, learning the craft from Bryant. Sloan would later serve as the head coach at four different schools, including two seasons as head coach at Vanderbilt and five seasons as head coach at Ole Miss. He took over the Vanderbilt program in 1973, going 5-6, but improved dramatically in his second season in Nashville, finishing 7-3-2 including a berth in the Peach Bowl. After three years coaching the Texas Tech Red Raiders, Sloan…

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Bill Pace

Bill Pace spent most of his coaching career in the SEC, taking assistant jobs at Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee and spending six years as Vanderbilt's head coach. Pace led the Commodores to a 22-38-3 record. He coached under Vince Dooley at Georgia and installed the veer offense as the Bulldogs' offensive coordinator, and also served as the assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach for Johnny Majors at Tennessee. Pace's other stops included the Kansas Jayhawks and New England Patriots, and he served as Vanderbilt's athletic director for two years in the early 1970s.

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John Green

Elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as a guard for Tulane and Army in the 1940s, John Green was a two-time national champion as a player. He coached Vanderbilt for four seasons in the mid-1960s. Green's Commodores went a combined 7-29-4. He also served as Florida's offensive coordinator (1960-62) in addition to coaching at Army, Tulane and Kansas. Green died Aug. 4, 1981, in Nashville, Tenn. He was 56 years old.

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Arthur Guepe

Arthur Guepe coached a combined 17 seasons at Virginia (1946-52) and Vanderbilt (1953-62). Guepe led the Commodores to a rare bowl win in 1955, topping off an 8-3 season with a Gator Bowl victory. It started a span of five consecutive years that Vanderbilt played at least .500 football, though Guepe's teams faded in the 1960s, eventually finishing 1-9 in '62. He also led the Cavaliers to three consecutive eight-win seasons before taking the Vanderbilt job. "There is no way you can be Harvard Monday through Friday and try to be Alabama on Saturday," Guepe said after retiring in 1962.…

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Bill Edwards

Bill Edwards served as Vanderbilt's 14th head coach, compiling a 21-19-2 record in four seasons. A member of the College Football Hall of Fame, he also coached the Western Reserve Red Cats (49-6-2) and Wittenberg Tigers (98-20-4) to great success, including five unbeaten seasons. Edwards spent time in the NFL as well as head coach of the Detroit Lions and a Cleveland Browns assistant under Paul Brown. (Edwards was Brown's roommate at Ohio State.) Steve Belichick played for Edwards at Western Reserve and for the Lions. Edwards became the godfather to Belichick's son. His name? Bill Belichick, in honor of…

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Doby Bartling

Doby Bartling, a member of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, played quarterback at Ole Miss and coached football, basketball and baseball at Millsaps (Miss.) College. In addition, he coached Vanderbilt for two seasons, leading the Commodores to a 3-0-1 mark in 1944.

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E. H. Alley

A track and field coach for most of his career, E.H. Alley played end for the Tennessee Vols in the 1920s and spent two seasons as a football coach for the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders and Vanderbilt Commodores. Alley led Vandy to a 5-0 record in 1943. He also served as a Vanderbilt assistant in 1940, an Auburn assistant in 1944-45 and coached the Commodores in track and field from 1949 to 1971.

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Henry Russell Sanders

A member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Henry Russell Sanders managed to find success at Vanderbilt in the 1940s, coaching the team to a 36-22-2 record in the Southeastern Conference. Sanders led the Commodores to an upset of No. 7 Alabama in 1941 and helped the team to an eight-game winning streak at the end of the 1948 season. Sanders coached at UCLA from 1949-57, winning the 1954 national championship. He died in Los Angeles just before the 1958 season. His other coaching stops include assistant jobs at Clemson, Florida and LSU. Though largely attributed to Vince Lombardi,…

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Ray Morrison

Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach, Ray Morrison coached Vanderbilt in 1918 and again for five seasons in the 1930s. Morrison earned SEC Coach of the Year honors in 1937, leading the Commodores to a 7-2 record. He won three Southwest Conference championships in 15 seasons coaching Southern Methodist University. He also coached Temple for nine years and won a total of 155 college football games. Morrison also played quarterback at Vanderbilt and coached the Commodores briefly in basketball and baseball. He lived to be 97 years old died in 1982.

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Dan McGugin

Dan McGugin earned an induction into the College Football Hall of Fame almost solely on his outstanding coaching career at Vanderbilt. McGugin lost more than one game just once in his first nine seasons coaching the Commodores, beginning in 1904. His teams won eight Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships and two Southern Conference championships. McGugin won his first three games by at least 60 points, the only coach in NCAA history to accomplish that feat. Vandy outscored its opponents 452-4 and finished 9-0 that season (1904). Overall, McGugin coached Vanderbilt to a record of 197-55-19. He took 1918 off from…

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James H. Henry

James H. Henry coached at DePauw (1902) and Vanderbilt (1903), leading the Commodores to a 6-1-1 record. He also shared the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association title that season.

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Walter H. Watkins

Walter H. Watkins coached for three seasons at Auburn and Vanderbilt in the early 1900's. He took over as Auburn's coach in 1900 and went 4-0, winning the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. He began the 1901 season with a 2-3-1 record before leaving Auburn for Vanderbilt. Watkins finished the 1901 season with the Commodores, posting a 6-1-1 record and winning another conference title. Vanderbilt went 8-1 in Watkins final season as a coach. He passed away in 1937 at the age of 59.

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James L. Crane

James L. Crane coached Vanderbilt to a 7-2 record in 1899 and 4-4-1 in 1900.

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R. G. Acton

R.G. Acton coached Vanderbilt from 1896 to 1898, compiling a 10-7-3 record and winning the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1897. Acton, born in Kinselle, Ireland, died of a morphine overdose in 1900. He was 35 years old.

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C. L Upton

C.L. Upton coached Vanderbilt in 1895, leading the Commodores to a 5-3-1 record. He attended the University of Pennsylvania as well.

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Henry Worth Thornton

Henry Worth Thornton played college football at the University of Pennsylvania, then coached Vanderbilt's football team to a 7-1 record in 1894. Thornton entered the railroad business after that, becoming the General Superintendent of the Long Island Rail Road and General Manager of the Great Eastern Railway Company Ltd of Great Britain. He became a Major General during World War I. King George V made him a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Eventually, Sir Henry was inducted in to the Canadian Railway Hall of Fame.

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W. J. Keller

W.J. Keller coached Vanderbilt in 1893, but also played and served as the team captain in 1893 and 1894.

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Elliott Jones

Elliott Jones was Vanderbilt's first football coach. He played, served as team captain and coached the Commodores to an 8-5 combined record from 1890-92.

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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