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Game #13 Statistical Evaluation (SEC Championship)

Offensive Report Card

01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: [5.79] fail
02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs:  [30.8%] fail
03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush:  [3.68] fail
04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions:  [9.1%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%:  [36.4%] fail
06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: [4.53 yds] fail
07) Score at least 75% inside red zone:  [33.3%] fail
08) TD red zone above 60%:  [33.3%] fail
09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession:  [23.5 yds] fail
10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [15.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio above 1.6:  [.5] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 17 snaps:  [63.0] fail
13) At least 8 impact plays:  [4] fail
14) At least 2 big plays:  [0] fail
15) Pass rating of at least 126.3:  [93.4] fail

Score: 0 of 15 (0.0%) FAIL
  
Defensive Report Card:

01) Avg under 6-yards per play on 1st down: [8.22] fail
02) Convert below 35% of 3rd downs:  [18.2%] pass
03) Avg at least 4.0 yards per rush or less:  [5.80] fail
04) Score  1/3 of possessions or below:  [41.7%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series above 33%:  [16.7%] fail
06) Average below 7.5 yards per pass attempt: [8.32 yds] fail
07) Score below 75% inside red zone:  [80.0%] fail
08) TD red zone below 60%:  [40.0%] pass
09) Avg under 30-yards per possession:  [35.1 yds] fail
10) Less than 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [42.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio below 1.6:  [3/0] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 30 snaps:  [21.0] fail
13) Less than 8 impact plays:  [9] fail
14) No more than 2 big plays allowed: [4] fail
15) Pass rating below 125.0:  [172.6] fail

Score: 1 of 15 (6.7%) FAIL


Special Teams Report Card:

1) Punt Average (Above 41.3):  [40.7] fail
2) Punt Return Defense (Below 7.8 YPR): [3.0] pass
3) Punt Return Offense (Above 9.8 YPR): [7.0] fail
4) Kick-Return Defense (Below 21.2 YPR): [N/A]
5) Kick-Return Offense (Above 22.3 YPR): [20.0] fail
6) PAT’s (100%): [1/1] pass
7) FG Pct (75% or above): [0/1] fail

Score: 2 of 6 (33.3%) FAIL 

* 50% is a passing score.
 

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The game was identical to the first matchup except the roles reversed as Georgia took it to Auburn, avenging their only loss of the season. After Auburn scored on their opening possession, Georgia dominated the game, outscoring Auburn 28-0 the remainder of the game. Auburn looked like a team fatigued, and their downfall was magnified with injuries. Injuries aside, Georgia dominated the contest on both sides of the line of scrimmage and was the more physical team as the game wore on. Every time Auburn appeared to be putting it together on offense, the Bulldogs rose up and made critical plays to prevent Auburn from retaking the lead.

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The Auburn offense minus a healthy Kerryon Johnson lacked any consistency. Auburn reverted back to a more conservative approach, calling run plays on 11 of 15 times during the first -half. Auburn had become more aggressive on offense during their 5-game winning streak but finished the first-half with 20 rush attempts and 12 pass attempts. Auburn was determined to establish a running game despite not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson available. The Bulldogs took away the perimeter passing game Auburn has feasted on this season, and the Tigers had no answer. It was a passing game plan hoping to hit the big play, but Georgia took that away too. Much like the Clemson and LSU losses, Auburn's lack of an intermediate passing game came back to haunt them. 

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Auburn's statistical report card of 3 of 36 was the worst team performance from 2009-2017. It marked the sixth time Auburn had a failing grade in all three phases of the game during 118 games. The Georgia Bulldogs are responsible for four of the six games. The game felt like Auburn was relying on the same performance from the first meeting and were not prepared for all the Bulldog adjustments made for the rematch. Not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson hurt an offense reliant upon the junior running back accounting for 40 percent of the offensive yardage during the last five games. What made it worse was Auburn hoping Johnson would dig deep to deliver a winning performance, rather than having the offense prepared to play without him.                   
 

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Conclusion was spot on.

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Planning to use KJ at 50% was my fear going into this. It was clear he was really hurting - Gutsy effort on his part. I was really hoping we would plan around Miller/Martin. 

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All the story you need to see. Failed in all 3 phases. UGA flipped the script. Bad los

Stat, though I am having trouble with the loss, your numbers show why it happened. Keep up the good work.

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Hard to find positives in any form or fashion tonight.  The stats are just as ugly as the eye test was while it was happening.

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No GM press conf?  I would like to hear why they didnt see what we all saw.  Playing a hurt RB and no adjustments.

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15 minutes ago, StatTiger said:

The Auburn offense minus a healthy Kerryon Johnson lacked any consistency. Auburn reverted back to a more conservative approach, calling run plays on 11 of 15 times during the first -half. Auburn had become more aggressive on offense during their 5-game winning streak but finished the first-half with 20 rush attempts and 12 pass attempts....Much like the Clemson and LSU losses, Auburn's lack of an intermediate passing game came back to haunt them. 

   

B-B-but Gus finally gets it (about the 10th time it's been said since he became head coach). He's been a new man since the LSU game. I guess what they say about a Tiger's inability to change one's stripes is true afterall.

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14 minutes ago, Auctoritas said:

Ouch. 

my very thought when I saw those numbers...

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Georgia whipped our guys ass. Nothing much more to add.

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17 minutes ago, StatTiger said:

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Auburn's statistical report card of 3 of 36 was the worst team performance from 2009-2017.

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The game felt like Auburn was relying on the same performance from the first meeting and were not prepared for all the Bulldog adjustments made for the rematch. Not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson hurt an offense reliant upon the junior running back accounting for 40 percent of the offensive yardage during the last five games. What made it worse was Auburn hoping Johnson would dig deep to deliver a winning performance, rather than having the offense prepared to play without him.                   

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Says it all.

Raises and contract extensions all around!  

Dilly! Dilly!

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23 minutes ago, StatTiger said:

Game #13 Statistical Evaluation (SEC Championship)

Offensive Report Card

01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: [5.79] fail
02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs:  [30.8%] fail
03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush:  [3.68] fail
04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions:  [9.1%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%:  [36.4%] fail
06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: [4.53 yds] fail
07) Score at least 75% inside red zone:  [33.3%] fail
08) TD red zone above 60%:  [33.3%] fail
09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession:  [23.5 yds] fail
10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [15.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio above 1.6:  [.5] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 17 snaps:  [63.0] fail
13) At least 8 impact plays:  [4] fail
14) At least 2 big plays:  [0] fail
15) Pass rating of at least 126.3:  [93.4] fail

 

 

Score: 0 of 15 (0.0%) FAIL
  
Defensive Report Card:

01) Avg under 6-yards per play on 1st down: [8.22] fail
02) Convert below 35% of 3rd downs:  [18.2%] pass
03) Avg at least 4.0 yards per rush or less:  [5.80] fail
04) Score  1/3 of possessions or below:  [41.7%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series above 33%:  [16.7%] fail
06) Average below 7.5 yards per pass attempt: [8.32 yds] fail
07) Score below 75% inside red zone:  [80.0%] fail
08) TD red zone below 60%:  [40.0%] pass
09) Avg under 30-yards per possession:  [35.1 yds] fail
10) Less than 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [42.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio below 1.6:  [3/0] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 30 snaps:  [21.0] fail
13) Less than 8 impact plays:  [9] fail
14) No more than 2 big plays allowed: [4] fail
15) Pass rating below 125.0:  [172.6] fail

 

 

Score: 1 of 15 (6.7%) FAIL

 

 



Special Teams Report Card:

1) Punt Average (Above 41.3):  [40.7] fail
2) Punt Return Defense (Below 7.8 YPR): [3.0] pass
3) Punt Return Offense (Above 9.8 YPR): [7.0] fail
4) Kick-Return Defense (Below 21.2 YPR): [N/A]
5) Kick-Return Offense (Above 22.3 YPR): [20.0] fail
6) PAT’s (100%): [1/1] pass
7) FG Pct (75% or above): [0/1] fail

 

 

Score: 2 of 6 (33.3%) FAIL 

 

 

* 50% is a passing score.

 

 

  The game was identical to the first matchup except the roles reversed as Georgia took it to Auburn, avenging their only loss of the season. After Auburn scored on their opening possession, Georgia dominated the game, outscoring Auburn 28-0 the remainder of the game. Auburn looked like a team fatigued, and their downfall was magnified with injuries. Injuries aside, Georgia dominated the contest on both sides of the line of scrimmage and was the more physical team as the game wore on. Every time Auburn appeared to be putting it together on offense, the Bulldogs rose up and made critical plays to prevent Auburn from retaking the lead.

 

 

  The Auburn offense minus a healthy Kerryon Johnson lacked any consistency. Auburn reverted back to a more conservative approach, calling run plays on 11 of 15 times during the first -half. Auburn had become more aggressive on offense during their 5-game winning streak but finished the first-half with 20 rush attempts and 12 pass attempts. Auburn was determined to establish a running game despite not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson available. The Bulldogs took away the perimeter passing game Auburn has feasted on this season, and the Tigers had no answer. It was a passing game plan hoping to hit the big play, but Georgia took that away too. Much like the Clemson and LSU losses, Auburn's lack of an intermediate passing game came back to haunt them. 

 

 

  Auburn's statistical report card of 3 of 36 was the worst team performance from 2009-2017. It marked the sixth time Auburn had a failing grade in all three phases of the game during 118 games. The Georgia Bulldogs are responsible for four of the six games. The game felt like Auburn was relying on the same performance from the first meeting and were not prepared for all the Bulldog adjustments made for the rematch. Not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson hurt an offense reliant upon the junior running back accounting for 40 percent of the offensive yardage during the last five games. What made it worse was Auburn hoping Johnson would dig deep to deliver a winning performance, rather than having the offense prepared to play without him.                   

 

 

 

 

 

War Eagle!

Felt like the 2016 game against the thUGs. 

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The Good Gus is damn good.  The Bad Gus is damn bad. It always seems to be one or the other.

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1 minute ago, AURealist said:

Says it all.

Raises and contract extensions all around!  

Dilly! Dilly!

You would gloat even after a 10 win season.

Is there another coach on the market that can do better?  You tell me. 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, CR said:

The Good Gus is damn good.  The Bad Gus is damn bad. It always seems to be one or the other.

The good Gus didnt have a serviceable RB.

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So the scores from both games added together are....

 

AU 47

thuga 45

 

So technically we still win right? #thisissomebammerlogic 

 

lol 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, aujeff11 said:

The good Gus didnt have a serviceable RB.

Would not have mattered. Georgia owned the LOS. 

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23 minutes ago, Sani-Freeze said:

Planning to use KJ at 50% was my fear going into this. It was clear he was really hurting - Gutsy effort on his part. I was really hoping we would plan around Miller/Martin. 

Mine too. Kam had 4 carries for 20 yards. That's 5 yards a carry. He had two back to back solid runs then was replaced by KJ. I just want to know why we didn't even give Kam a chance to show we could have a running attack with him. That's mostly what upsets me about the game. If we still get beat handily with going to that then fine but i saw nothing of the adjustments Gus claimed we would have if KJ wasn't able to play or be at 100%.

We just kept trotting KJ out there when he was clearly not effective. That's when your HC has to make the decision to go with someone else that's at least healthy. I just don't understand it. It was the same with Sean White. We know that it sucks to not have KJ but i'm at least going to go with a healthy guy to see if i can get it done. 

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This game wasn’t on the coaches.  The players had no energy and Jarrett had a bad night tossing it around.  They weren’t going to let us run the football period.  

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No doubt. We were basically Georgia for most of the season n with less Running backs. It was an even matchup and they won the matchup in the end. We'll be back

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12 minutes ago, corchjay said:

This game wasn’t on the coaches.  The players had no energy and Jarrett had a bad night tossing it around.  They weren’t going to let us run the football period.  

A lot of it is on Gus trying to play KJ when he shouldn't, and not having an alternate game plan. 

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10 hours ago, corchjay said:

This game wasn’t on the coaches.  The players had no energy and Jarrett had a bad night tossing it around.  They weren’t going to let us run the football period.  

In a way this game was on the coaches. KJ was nowhere near ready to play and none of the other RB were ready to play due to no playing time during the year. There was no adjustments made from the first game, but I agree the players were flat. They had expended to much energy over past few weeks. 

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11 hours ago, StatTiger said:

Game #13 Statistical Evaluation (SEC Championship)

Offensive Report Card

01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: [5.79] fail
02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs:  [30.8%] fail
03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush:  [3.68] fail
04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions:  [9.1%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%:  [36.4%] fail
06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: [4.53 yds] fail
07) Score at least 75% inside red zone:  [33.3%] fail
08) TD red zone above 60%:  [33.3%] fail
09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession:  [23.5 yds] fail
10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [15.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio above 1.6:  [.5] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 17 snaps:  [63.0] fail
13) At least 8 impact plays:  [4] fail
14) At least 2 big plays:  [0] fail
15) Pass rating of at least 126.3:  [93.4] fail

 

 

Score: 0 of 15 (0.0%) FAIL
  
Defensive Report Card:

01) Avg under 6-yards per play on 1st down: [8.22] fail
02) Convert below 35% of 3rd downs:  [18.2%] pass
03) Avg at least 4.0 yards per rush or less:  [5.80] fail
04) Score  1/3 of possessions or below:  [41.7%] fail
05) Keep 3 and out series above 33%:  [16.7%] fail
06) Average below 7.5 yards per pass attempt: [8.32 yds] fail
07) Score below 75% inside red zone:  [80.0%] fail
08) TD red zone below 60%:  [40.0%] pass
09) Avg under 30-yards per possession:  [35.1 yds] fail
10) Less than 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives:  [42.9%] fail
11) TD / Turnover ratio below 1.6:  [3/0] fail
12) TD ratio of at least 1 every 30 snaps:  [21.0] fail
13) Less than 8 impact plays:  [9] fail
14) No more than 2 big plays allowed: [4] fail
15) Pass rating below 125.0:  [172.6] fail

 

 

Score: 1 of 15 (6.7%) FAIL

 

 



Special Teams Report Card:

1) Punt Average (Above 41.3):  [40.7] fail
2) Punt Return Defense (Below 7.8 YPR): [3.0] pass
3) Punt Return Offense (Above 9.8 YPR): [7.0] fail
4) Kick-Return Defense (Below 21.2 YPR): [N/A]
5) Kick-Return Offense (Above 22.3 YPR): [20.0] fail
6) PAT’s (100%): [1/1] pass
7) FG Pct (75% or above): [0/1] fail

 

 

Score: 2 of 6 (33.3%) FAIL 

 

 

* 50% is a passing score.

 

 

  The game was identical to the first matchup except the roles reversed as Georgia took it to Auburn, avenging their only loss of the season. After Auburn scored on their opening possession, Georgia dominated the game, outscoring Auburn 28-0 the remainder of the game. Auburn looked like a team fatigued, and their downfall was magnified with injuries. Injuries aside, Georgia dominated the contest on both sides of the line of scrimmage and was the more physical team as the game wore on. Every time Auburn appeared to be putting it together on offense, the Bulldogs rose up and made critical plays to prevent Auburn from retaking 

 

  Auburn's statistical report card of 3 of 36 was the worst team performance from 2009-2017. It marked the sixth time Auburn had a failing grade in all three phases of the game during 118 games. The Georgia Bulldogs are responsible for four of the six games. The game felt like Auburn was relying on the same performance from the first meeting and were not prepared for all the Bulldog adjustments made for the rematch. Not having a healthy Kerryon Johnson hurt an offense reliant upon the junior running back accounting for 40 percent of the offensive yardage during the last five games. What made it worse was Auburn hoping Johnson would dig deep to deliver a winning performance, rather than having the offense prepared to play without him.                   

War Eagle!

Stat, thanks for report this year.  I believe early yesterday we saw a team that had confidence as well as some good luck.  As the game went on and momentum turned, the emotional drain and physical wear and tear from last week just overtook us.   

Gus needs to really take the next step in getting the quality depth and mental preparation needed.  This year was a great experience and hope we can continue this momentum into next year.    

War Eagle!

 

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