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SEC Offensive Efficiency – Week One

At MrSEC.com, we love geekery.  We’re big on stats and we like to provide you with numbers you won’t find elsewhere.

Below, for example, are the SEC’s Offensive Efficiency ratings after Week One of the season.

Offensive efficiency — which is really more of a scoring efficiency rating –  simply measures the number of yards a team must travel (on average) for each point scored.

Because some points come from defensive or special teams plays, this is a good way to gauge which teams simply have the easiest time scoring.  The better the offensive efficiency, the better you can expect a team’s record to be.  (As long as the team has a decent defense, of course.)

Enough talking.  Here are the current rankings from the SEC’s most efficient team to its least efficient team.


Rank
School
Total Off. Yds
Total Points
Yds/Pt
1
Ole Miss
349
45
7.75
2
Miss. State
410
45
9.11
3
Florida
624
62
10.06
4
LSU
321
31
10.35
5
Tennessee
657
63
10.42
6
Kentucky
488
42
11.61
7
Arkansas
591
48
12.31
8
Vanderbilt
620
45
13.77
9
Alabama
498
34
14.64
10
Auburn
556
37
15.02
11
Georgia
257
10
25.70
12
S. Carolina
256
7
36.57


 


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