Do you think SEC is an offensive league in 2014?

The SEC’s two highest scoring offenses — Georgia and Mississippi State — belong to the two SEC East and West frontrunners. Georgia is averaging 43.4 points per game, while MSU is averaging 42.3 points per game.

Auburn finally got back to being Auburn Saturday night, nearly rushing for 400 against South Carolina, and the Tigers are now the SEC’s leading rushing offense, averaging 281 yards per game on the ground. Conversely, South Carolina sits dead last in the SEC, allowing opponents to rush over 208 yards per game. That’s a crazy stat.

Ole Miss, Alabama and LSU are the only three defenses to hold offenses under 20 points per game, and the Rebels have the conference’s best scoring defense.

Here’s a look at the 2014 SEC team stats leaders, with scoring offense listed below:

SEC Scoring Offense

Team G TD FG 1XP 2XP Points Points/G
1 Georgia 7 40 8 38 1 304 43.4
2 Mississippi State 7 41 4 38 0 296 42.3
3 Auburn 7 35 10 35 0 275 39.3
4 Arkansas 8 44 3 40 0 313 39.1
5 Texas A&M 8 41 7 40 0 307 38.4
6 Alabama 8 38 9 37 0 292 36.5
7 South Carolina 8 35 12 35 0 281 35.1
8 LSU 9 39 8 33 2 295 32.8
9 Mississippi 8 34 6 33 0 255 31.9
10 Kentucky 8 31 12 31 0 253 31.6
11 Missouri 8 31 7 30 1 239 29.9
12 Florida 6 21 9 19 0 172 28.7
13 Tennessee 8 22 12 21 1 191 23.9
14 Vanderbilt 8 17 6 13 2 137 17.1

SEC Scoring Defense

Name G TD FG Safety Points Points/G
1 Mississippi 8 8 9 1 84 10.5
2 Alabama 8 12 10 0 112 14
3 LSU 9 17 8 0 143 15.9
4 Georgia 7 19 3 0 140 20
5 Missouri 8 20 8 0 164 20.5
6 Auburn 7 19 4 0 145 20.7
7 Mississippi State 7 18 9 0 151 21.6
8 Tennessee 8 24 6 0 183 22.9
9 Kentucky 8 25 8 0 198 24.8
10 Florida 6 18 9 0 153 25.5
11 Arkansas 8 28 3 0 205 25.6
12 Texas A&M 8 29 5 0 217 27.1
13 Vanderbilt 8 32 13 0 262 32.8
14 South Carolina 8 33 10 0 262 32.8