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Upon Further Review - Ole Miss Game

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  • After converting 6 of 10 third downs during the first half, Ole Miss converted only 1 of 6 during the final two quarters.

 

  • The 2015 Auburn offense totaled 22 plays of 30-yards or more last season. Through 8 games, the 2016 Auburn offense has 25 such plays.

 

  • 38.5 percent of the snaps defended this season has resulted in a 5-yard gain or better. Ole Miss converted 47.8 percent of their snaps into 5-yards or more, the highest percentage allowed this season.

 

  • The Auburn defense has allowed an average of 191.0 yards per first half and 167.2 yards during the second half.

 

  • Only 34.0 percent of the snaps defended were held to 2-yards or less during the first half. The Auburn defense improved to 45.9 percent during the second half.

 

  • Auburn has a current streak of 100 consecutive snaps on first down without a loss.

 

  • The Auburn offense generated 13 impact plays for 347 yards and the Ole Miss offense generated 16 impact plays for 329 yards.

 

  • Sean White was 5 of 5 passing on first down for 95 yards, the most passing yardage Auburn has produced on first down this season.

 

  • The 570 yards surrendered to the Ole Miss Rebels marked the 14th time an opponent has gained over 550 yards in total offense against the Tigers. During the previous 13 occasions, Auburn allowed an average of 42 PPG. The Tigers were able to minimize the damage on the scoreboard despite the high number of yardage allowed.

 

  • During Auburn's 5-game winning streak, the offense has averaged 46.4 yards per possession, scoring on 60.3 percent of their drives. The defense has allowed 27.2 yards per possession and a 21.3 percent scoring average.

 

  • Last season Sean White completed 42.5% of his passes beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage and 34.5% beyond 20 yards of the line of scrimmage. This year he has completed 56.7% of his passes beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage and 53.6% beyond 20 yards of the line of scrimmage.

 

  • Kamryn Pettway through 148 carries has been tackled for a loss two times.

 

  • During Auburn's last 4 games, the Tigers have averaged 194.5 yards rushing during the first half, while allowing only 39.2 yards.

 

  • Auburn's quarterbacks were sacked 11 times during the first 4 games and only 4 times during the last four games.

 

  • Auburn is currently scoring a touchdown every 18.8 plays and the opponent is scoring 1 every 43.5 snaps.

 

  • Nearly 60 percent of Auburn's offensive snaps have been part of a scoring drive. The opponent has been held to 35 percent.

 

  • Auburn's defense has held every opposing quarterback this season below their efficiency rating for the season.

 

  • Auburn has scored 51 points off their opponent's turnovers and have surrendered only 6 points to the opponent.

 

  • During Auburn's current winning streak, the Tigers have completed 21 of 24 first down passes for 296-yards and a pass rating of 191.1.

 

  • Auburn is currently averaging 6.09 yards per rush on first down, third best among the last 25 Auburn offenses. (This doesn't include kneeling the ball down)

 

  • Auburn has won the third down battle during seven consecutive games. The last Auburn team to accomplish this feat was the 2010 Auburn Tigers.

 

  • During the first 4 games of the season, Auburn scored 77.3% inside the red zone with a TD percentage of 31.8%. During the last 4 games, Auburn has scored 94.4% inside the RZ with a TD percentage of 77.8%.

 

  • Auburn has held every opponent this season below their rushing average for an average deficit of -27.3 percent. Last season it was only -4.5 percent. The last Auburn defense to have a higher deficit percentage was the 2010 Auburn Tigers that fielded a top-10 run defense at -36.9 percent.

 

  • For the season, Auburn has out rushed their opponent by an average of 177 yards per game. During the last 4 games the difference per game is 286 yards.

 

  • During Auburn's 5-game winning streak, the Tigers have not lost the tackle for loss, turnover and first down battles. This is a winning formula indeed.

 

  • Auburn currently leads the SEC in rushing and possesses the highest rated pass-efficiency offense.

 

  • Kamryn Pettway is the No. 6 leading rusher in the nation with 133.3 yards per game and is No. 1 in the conference.

 

  • Sean White is the No. 12 most efficient passer in the country with a rating of 159.0 and is No. 1 in the conference.

 

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19 minutes ago, StatTiger said:
  • ...Auburn has a current streak of 100 consecutive snaps on first down without a loss.

 ...Sean White was 5 of 5 passing on first down for 95 yards, the most passing yardage Auburn has produced on first down this season.

 ... Kamryn Pettway through 148 carries has been tacked for a loss two times.

 

Something happened!

 

19 minutes ago, StatTiger said:
  • After converting 6 of 10 third downs during the first half, Ole Miss converted only 1 of 6 during the final two quarters.

 

  • The 2015 Auburn offense totaled 22 plays of 30-yards or more last season. Through 8 games, the 2016 Auburn offense has 25 such plays.

 

  • 38.5 percent of the snaps defended this season has resulted in a 5-yard gain or better. Ole Miss converted 47.8 percent of their snaps into 5-yards or more, the highest percentage allowed this season.

 

  • The Auburn defense has allowed an average of 191.0 yards per first half and 167.2 yards during the second half.

 

  • Only 34.0 percent of the snaps defended were held to 2-yards or less during the first half. The Auburn defense improved to 45.9 percent during the second half.

 

  • Auburn has a current streak of 100 consecutive snaps on first down without a loss.

 

  • The Auburn offense generated 13 impact plays for 347 yards and the Ole Miss offense generated 16 impact plays for 329 yards.

 

  • Sean White was 5 of 5 passing on first down for 95 yards, the most passing yardage Auburn has produced on first down this season.

 

  • The 570 yards surrendered to the Ole Miss Rebels marked the 14th time an opponent has gained over 550 yards in total offense against the Tigers. During the previous 13 occasions, Auburn allowed an average of 42 PPG. The Tigers were able to minimize the damage on the scoreboard despite the high number of yardage allowed.

 

  • During Auburn's 5-game winning streak, the offense has averaged 46.4 yards per possession, scoring on 60.3 percent of their drives. The defense has allowed 27.2 yards per possession and a 21.3 percent scoring average.

 

  • Last season Sean White completed 42.5% of his passes beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage and 34.5% beyond 20 yards of the line of scrimmage. This year he has completed 56.7% of his passes beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage and 53.6% beyond 20 yards of the line of scrimmage.

 

  • Kamryn Pettway through 148 carries has been tacked for a loss two times.

 

  • During Auburn's last 4 games, the Tigers have averaged 194.5 yards rushing during the first half, while allowing only 39.2 yards.

 

  • Auburn's quarterbacks were sacked 11 times during the first 4 games and only 4 times during the last four games.

 

  • Auburn is currently scoring a touchdown every 18.8 plays and the opponent is scoring 1 every 43.5 snaps.

 

  • Nearly 60 percent of Auburn's offensive snaps have been part of a scoring drive. The opponent has been held to 35 percent.

 

  • Auburn's defense has held every opposing quarterback this season below their efficiency rating for the season.

 

  • Auburn has scored 51 points off their opponent's turnovers and have surrendered only 6 points to the opponent.

 

  • During Auburn's current winning streak, the Tigers have completed 21 of 24 first down passes for 296-yards and a pass rating of 191.1.

 

  • Auburn is currently averaging 6.09 yards per rush on first down, third best among the last 25 Auburn offenses. (This doesn't include kneeling the ball down)

 

  • Auburn has won the third down battle during seven consecutive games. The last Auburn team to accomplish this feat was the 2010 Auburn Tigers.

 

  • During the first 4 games of the season, Auburn scored 77.3% inside the red zone with a TD percentage of 31.8%. During the last 4 games, Auburn has scored 94.4% inside the RZ with a TD percentage of 77.8%.

 

  • Auburn has held every opponent this season below their rushing average for an average deficit of -27.3 percent. Last season it was only -4.5 percent. The last Auburn defense to have a higher deficit percentage was the 2010 Auburn Tigers that fielded a top-10 run defense at -36.9 percent.

 

  • For the season, Auburn has out rushed their opponent by an average of 177 yards per game. During the last 4 games the difference per game is 286 yards.

 

  • During Auburn's 5-game winning streak, the Tigers have not lost the tackle for loss, turnover and first down battles. This is a winning formula indeed.

 

  • Auburn currently leads the SEC in rushing and possesses the highest rated pass-efficiency offense.

 

  • Kamryn Pettway is the No. 6 leading rusher in the nation with 133.3 yards per game and is No. 1 in the conference.

 

  • Sean White is the No. 12 most efficient passer in the country with a rating of 159.0 and is No. 1 in the conference.

 

War Eagle!

 

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1 hour ago, Richard78 said:

Stat can confirm, Wesley Sinor article says Auburn is 8-0 all-time when opposing quarterbacks have thrown for more than 400 yards.

And 20-2 when opponent attempts at least 50 pass attempts.

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10 hours ago, StatTiger said:

During the first 4 games of the season, Auburn scored 77.3% inside the red zone with a TD percentage of 31.8%. During the last 4 games, Auburn has scored 94.4% inside the RZ with a TD percentage of 77.8%.

Ummm....wow! Just wow!

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