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Upon Further Review - Arkansas

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-Auburn is currently averaging 257. 3 yards rushing vs. SEC teams, which is the 7th best average for Auburn since 1970.

-Auburn is the only team at the FBS level that has not lost a fumble this season.

-48.1 percent of Auburn’s 77 offensive snaps resulted in at least 5-yards against the Razorbacks. It was better than the Razorbacks 40.3 percent and was a season high for the Auburn offense.

-During the first 3 games of the season, the Auburn defense had allowed 299.0 yards per game during the second half. In the last 3 games, the defense has shaved it down to 146.0 yards per game during the second half.

-During the second half of the Arkansas game, 69.6 percent of their offensive snaps resulted in 2-yards or less, a season high for the Auburn defense.

-During the first 3 games of the season, Auburn’s offense averaged an impact play (15-yds or more) every 6.8 snaps. During the last 3 games, that ratio has dropped to 1 every 11.6 plays.

-During the first 3 games, Auburn’s defense allowed a 3rd down conversion rate of 64 percent, which has dropped to 33% in the last 3 games.

-During the first 3 games of the season, the Auburn defense forced a “3 & out” only 14 percent of the time. During the last 3 games, it has improved to 36 percent.

-During the first 3 games of the season, the Auburn defense allowed 44.5 yards per possession, which has improved to 24.6 yards per possession in the last 3 games.

-During the first 3 games of the season, Barrett Trotter averaged 8.5 yards per pass attempt on first down. In the last 3 games, he has averaged 1.8 yards per attempt on first down.

-Even though the Auburn offense has been the beneficiary of better field position this season compared to 2010, they have been unable to take advantage of it. 29.3 percent of their possessions have started 60-yards or less away from the opponent’s goal line, with the 2011 offense scoring on 50.0 percent of those possessions. Last season the offense started 60-yards away or less 23.5 percent of the time but scored on 69.2 percent of those possessions.

-Last season, Michael Dyer was tackled for a loss 6 times from 182 carries. This season through 124 carries, Dyer has been tackled for a loss, 13 times.

-In 2009, Auburn’s wide-receivers averaged 16.1 yards per reception and 17.3 yards in 2010. Through 6 games, Auburn’s receivers are averaging 13.8 yards, below the 40-year school average of 15.0 yards per reception.

-The 2010 Auburn offense hit the big play (30-yds or more) every 20.2 snaps. This season it is currently 1 every 33.9 plays.

-Last season, Auburn had 7 touchbacks on kick offs and dropped 12 punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line through 14 games. This season through just 6 games, Auburn has 20 touchbacks on kick offs and has placed 20 punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line.

War Eagle!

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