SEC teams with the most non-offensive TDs since 2012
In the SEC, every touchdown matters. Football is a game of inches and teams must score in any way possible. The big passes and long runs are great, but just as important are the less common non-offensive touchdowns.
Take the national championship for example. Kenyan Drake’s 95-yard kickoff return in the 4th quarter put Alabama ahead by double digits late. The Tide added one more touchdown to secure a 45-40 win.
That’s how important defensive and special teams scores are to the course of a game. SEC teams have combined for 158 non-offensive touchdowns since conference expansion in 2012.
Here’s a breakdown in that span.
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