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Value of Turnovers

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Over the past 20 seasons, an Auburn turnover has been worth 2.3 points for the opponent. Last season, an Auburn turnover was worth 3.2 points, the highest point value over the past 20 years.

During the past 20 seasons, a turnover by the opponent has been worth 3.3 points to Auburn. Last season a turnover by the opponent was worth only 2.5 points, the third lowest point value over the past 20 seasons.

The “difference in point value” of turnovers during the 2011 season was tied with the 1998 Auburn team for the lowest point difference over the past 20 seasons.

From 1992-2008, 28 percent of the points scored by Auburn were the result of an opponent’s turnover. During the past 3 seasons (2009-2011), only 19 percent of the points scored by Auburn were the result of an opponent’s turnover.

From 1992-2008, Auburn’s offense turned the ball over every 35.2 plays and the defense forced a turnover every 29.4 plays.

From 2009-2011, Auburn’s offense turned the ball over every 44.1 plays and the defense forced a turnover every 39.9 plays.

From 1992-2008, Auburn possessed a TD-Turnover ratio of 1.64 on offense. From 2009-2011, the ratio improved to 2.59.

From 1992-2008, Auburn possessed a Turnover-TD ratio of .97 on defense. From 2009-2011, the ratio declined to .58.

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