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BCS Title Game Observation 8: The Two-Game Tally

Now that Alabama and LSU have squared off twice, a look at the combined numbers from the two games makes it clear that overall, the Crimson Tide was the better team.  So we’ll pause for a second to allow Bama fans to shout a big, “I told ya so!” to the rest of the nation.

Pause.

Pause.

Okay, we’re back.  Here’s a quick look at the combined numbers from the two games:


Category
Alabama
LSU
3rd Down Conversions I
5 of 13
3 of 11
3rd Down Conversions II
3 of 14
2 of 12
3rd Down Conversions Combined
8 of 27
5 of 23
     
Total Offense I
295
239
Total Offense II
384
92
Total Offense Combined
679
331
     
Passing Offense I
199
91
Passing Offens II
234
53
Passing Offense Combined
433
144
     
Rushing Offense I
96
148
Rushing Offense II
150
39
Rushing Offense Combined
246
187
     
Penalties I
1 for 5
5 for 35
Penalties II
7 for 56
6 for 73
Penalties Combined
8 for 61
11 for 108
     
Turnovers I
2
2
Turnovers II
0
2
Turnovers Combined
2
4



In every category, Alabama holds the advantage.  Perhaps that’s why they also held a combined lead on the scoreboard, 27-9, after two games.

 


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