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Statistically speaking: Auburn more balanced offensively, had best defense since 2008

 
 

Auburn had a much more balanced offense and its best defense since 2008 this season.

For just the second time in Gus Malzahn's time as head coach or offensive coordinator, Auburn averaged more passing yards than rushing yards in 2017. The last time that happened was 2012, when Malzahn was at Arkansas State, and the time before that was his first year as offensive coordinator in 2009.

While this was a somewhat expected change to the offense, it took two poor running performances in the SEC Championship Game and Peach Bowl for the numbers to swing in favor of the passing game for the season.

The most concerning offensive statistic was the number of sacks allowed. Of the 36 sacks Auburn surrendered this season, 23 came in its four losses compared to 13 in 10 wins.

Defensively, Auburn had its best year of pass and total defense since 2008. Despite seeing a slight increase in scoring and rushing yards allowed, the Tigers made tremendous improvement against the pass.

Special teams will be an area of emphasis in the offseason after the Tigers struggled in both kickoff return defense and punt return defense.

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RUSHING OFFENSE
2013: 328.3 (1st, 1st)
2014: 255.5 (2nd, 13th)
2015: 196.4 (5th, 35th)
2016: 271.3 (1st, 6th)
After Georgia Southern: 351.0 (2nd, 10th)
After Clemson: 194.5 (7th, 52nd)
After Mercer: 178.3 (8th, 61st)
After Missouri: 199.5 (6th, 44th)
After Mississippi State: 208.4 (5th, 36th)
After Ole Miss: 228.0 (4th, 22nd)
After LSU: 222.4 (4th, 23rd)
After Arkansas: 237.8 (4th, 21st)
After open week: 237.8 (4th, 19th)
After Texas A&M: 236.7 (4th, 19th)
After Georgia: 236.7 (4th, 21st)
After ULM: 244.0 (4th, 18th)
After Alabama: 237.7 (4th, 20th)
SEC Championship Game: 228.2 (4th, 22nd)
2017: 218.3 (4th, 26th)
Why: Auburn ran for 90 yards on 44 carries, only the second time under 100 yards this season

PASSING OFFENSE
2013: 173.0 (11th, 106th)
2014: 229.5 (7th, 66th)
2015: 173.6 (12th, 110th)
2016: 169.5 (14th, 112th)
After Georgia Southern: 184.0 (7th, 91st)
After Clemson: 131.5 (14th, 117th)
After Mercer: 209.0 (6th, 79th)
After Missouri: 211.5 (5th, 80th)
After Mississippi State: 222.6 (4th, 73rd)
After Ole Miss: 224.7 (4th, 70th)
After LSU: 216.1 (4th, 73rd)
After Arkansas: 224.6 (4th, 68th)
After open week: 224.6 (3rd, 68th)
After Texas A&M: 229.4 (3rd, 64th)
After Georgia: 231.6 (3rd, 65th)
After ULM: 231.9 (4th, 62nd)
After Alabama: 232.6 (4th, 64th)
SEC Championship Game: 225.8 (5th, 68th)
2017: 233.4 (5th, 65th)
Why: Jarrett Stidham threw for 331 yards

PASS EFFICIENCY OFFENSE
2013: 149.63 (6th, 24th)
2014: 156.79 (1st, 8th)
2015: 124.47 (10th, 79th)
2016: 135.17 (6th, 54th)
After Georgia Southern: 134.83 (9th, 67th)
After Clemson: 109.38 (12th, 108th)
After Mercer: 132.49 (10th, 73rd)
After Missouri: 141.63 (7th, 51st)
After Mississippi State: 156.79 (3rd, 23rd)
After Ole Miss: 161.87 (1st, 13th)
After LSU: 152.61 (4th, 24th)
After Arkansas: 154.43 (4th, 19th)
After open week: 154.43 (4th, 15th)
After Texas A&M: 159.11 (3rd, 11th)
After Georgia: 162.34 (2nd, 8th)
After ULM: 163.56 (3rd, 8th)
After Alabama: 162.91 (2nd, 7th)
SEC Championship Game: 156.82 (4th, 10th)
2017: 153.59 (5th, 13th)
Why: Stidham was 28 of 43, a season-high in attempts, with a touchdown and two interceptions

TOTAL OFFENSE
2013: 501.3 (2nd, 11th)
2014: 485.0 (2nd, 16th)
2015: 370.0 (10th, 94th)
2016: 440.8 (6th, 43rd)
After Georgia Southern: 535.0 (3rd, 26th)
After Clemson: 326.0 (12th, 106th)
After Mercer: 387.3 (8th, 83rd)
After Missouri: 411.0 (6th, 67th)
After Mississippi State: 431.0 (5th, 51st)
After Ole Miss: 452.7 (3rd, 39th)
After LSU: 438.6 (6th, 45th)
After Arkansas: 462.4 (3rd, 29th)
After open week: 462.4 (3rd, 27th)
After Texas A&M: 466.1 (3rd, 22nd)
After Georgia: 468.3 (4th, 24th)
After ULM: 475.9 (3rd, 17th)
After Alabama: 470.3 (2nd, 18th)
SEC Championship Game: 454.0 (4th, 27th)
2017: 451.6 (3rd, 26th)
Why: Auburn had 421 yards on 87 plays

SCORING OFFENSE
2013: 39.5 (2nd, 12th)
2014: 35.5 (4th, 35th)
2015: 27.5 (8th, 75th)
2016: 31.2 (6th, 49th)
After Georgia Southern: 41.0 (7th, 41st)
After Clemson: 23.5 (13th, 94th)
After Mercer: 23.7 (13th, 99th)
After Missouri: 30.5 (7th, 66th)
After Mississippi State: 34.2 (4th, 49th)
After Ole Miss: 35.8 (2nd, 34th)
After LSU: 34.0 (3rd, 39th)
After Arkansas: 36.3 (3rd, 29th)
After open week: 36.3 (3rd, 25th)
After Texas A&M: 36.9 (2nd, 20th)
After Georgia: 37.2 (3rd, 18th)
After ULM: 37.6 (3rd, 17th)
After Alabama: 36.7 (3rd, 19th)
SEC Championship Game: 34.4 (4th, 25th)
2017: 33.9 (4th, 27th)
Why: Auburn scored 27 points

SACKS ALLOWED
2013: 18 sacks, 1.29 per game (3rd, 22nd)
2014: 15 sacks, 1.15 per game (3rd, 15th)
2015: 19 sacks, 1.46 per game (4th, 33rd)
2016: 19 sacks, 1.46 per game (3rd, 27th)
After Georgia Southern: 3 sacks, 3.0 per game (12th, 95th)
After Clemson: 14 sacks, 7.0 per game (14th, 129th)
After Mercer: 15 sacks, 5.0 per game (14th, 126th)
After Missouri: 16 sacks, 4.0 per game (14th, 126th)
After Mississippi State: 18 sacks, 3.6 per game (14th, 123rd)
After Ole Miss: 19 sacks, 3.17 per game (14th, 116th)
After LSU: 22 sacks, 3.14 per game (13th, 116th)
After Arkansas: 22 sacks, 2.75 per game (12th, 106th)
After open week: 22 sacks, 2.75 per game (10th, 103rd)
After Texas A&M: 24 sacks, 2.67 per game (11th, 100th)
After Georgia: 26 sacks, 2.6 per game (11th, 97th)
After ULM: 26 sacks, 2.36 per game (9th, 87th)
After Alabama: 27 sacks, 2.25 per game (7th, 81st)
SEC Championship Game: 30 sacks, 2.31 per game (8th, 83rd)
2017: 36 sacks, 2.57 per game (10th, 100th)
Why: UCF had six sacks

THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS
2013: 46.5 percent (4th, 24th)
2014: 52.5 percent (1st, 2nd)
2015: 41.3 percent (6th, 49th)
2016: 41.8 percent (4th, 53rd)
After Georgia Southern: 37.5 percent (10th, 73rd)
After Clemson: 36.4 percent (10th, 85th)
After Mercer: 47.1 percent (2nd, 27th)
After Missouri: 47.0 percent (1st, 20th)
After Mississippi State: 47.4 percent (2nd, 19th)
After Ole Miss: 48.9 percent (1st, 11th)
After LSU: 45.4 percent (2nd, 30th)
After Arkansas: 47.2 percent (3rd, 17th)
After open week: 47.2 percent (3rd, 15th)
After Texas A&M: 46.7 percent (2nd, 13th)
After Georgia: 45.3 percent (4th, 23rd)
After ULM: 45.6 percent (4th, 18th)
After Alabama: 46.1 percent (4th, 14th)
SEC Championship Game: 45.0 percent (4th, 22nd)
2017: 45.5 percent (3rd, 15th)
Why: Auburn went 9 of 18 on third downs

RED ZONE OFFENSE
2013: 88.5 percent (2nd, 21st)
2014: 87.9 percent (4th, 31st)
2015: 90.2 percent (2nd, 13th)
2016: 85.5 percent (5th, 52nd)
After Georgia Southern: 100 percent (1st, 1st)
After Clemson: 100 percent (1st, 1st)
After Mercer: 83.3 percent (5th, 69th)
After Missouri: 88.2 percent (4th, 52nd)
After Mississippi State: 90.5 percent (4th, 35th)
After Ole Miss: 92.3 percent (3rd, 19th)
After LSU: 93.1 percent (3rd, 14th)
After Arkansas: 91.7 percent (4th, 19th)
After open week: 91.7 percent (4th, 16th)
After Texas A&M: 92.5 percent (5th, 15th)
After Georgia: 93.2 percent (5th, 11th)
After ULM: 91.7 percent (5th, 17th)
After Alabama: 90.6 percent (5th, 23rd)
SEC Championship Game: 87.5 percent (7th, 41st)
2017: 88.1 percent (6th, 36th)
Why: Auburn scored two touchdowns and a field goal on three trips to the red zone

RUSHING DEFENSE
2013: 162.1 (10th, 62nd)
2014: 168.8 (10th, 67th)
2015: 182.7 (11th, 81st)
2016: 132.8 (3rd, 27th)
After Georgia Southern: 70.0 (7th, 29th)
After Clemson: 84.5 (6th, 25th)
After Mercer: 88.7 (5th, 12th)
After Missouri: 97.5 (3rd, 17th)
After Mississippi State: 116.8 (5th, 31st)
After Ole Miss: 111.2 (4th, 22nd)
After LSU: 117.7 (4th, 25th)
After Arkansas: 124.4 (4th, 28th)
After open week: 124.4 (4th, 24th)
After Texas A&M: 126.4 (4th, 24th)
After Georgia: 118.4 (3rd, 16th)
After ULM: 118.2 (3rd, 16th)
After Alabama: 125.9 (3rd, 21st)
SEC Championship Game: 134.5 (4th, 32nd)
2017: 137.0 (5th, 35th)
Why: UCF ran for 169 yards on 36 carries

PASSING DEFENSE
2013: 258.6 (13th, 100th)
2014: 230.1 (12th, 68th)
2015: 222.5 (11th, 63rd)
2016: 229.2 (9th, 67th)
After Georgia Southern: 8.0 (1st, 2nd)
After Clemson: 96.5 (2nd, 8th)
After Mercer: 113.0 (3rd, 9th)
After Missouri: 138.8 (3rd, 10th)
After Mississippi State: 142.4 (2nd, 5th)
After Ole Miss: 176.3 (6th, 20th)
After LSU: 180.6 (6th, 17th)
After Arkansas: 178.4 (7th, 17th)
After open week: 178.4 (7th, 17th)
After Texas A&M: 180.8 (6th, 20th)
After Georgia: 181.1 (6th, 18th)
After ULM: 184.4 (6th, 20th)
After Alabama: 177.3 (5th, 14th)
SEC Championship Game: 177.8 (5th, 14th)
2017: 182.4 (5th, 18th)
Why: McKenzie Milton passed for 242 yards

PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE
2013: 126.88 (9th, 63rd)
2014: 124.19 (10th, 52nd)
2015: 116.99 (8th, 31st)
2016: 116.83 (4th, 22nd)
After Georgia Southern: 29.69 (1st, 2nd)
After Clemson: 95.53 (4th, 23rd)
After Mercer: 102.47 (5th, 26th)
After Missouri: 107.68 (5th, 29th)
After Mississippi State: 97.98 (4th, 12th)
After Ole Miss: 107.88 (4th, 19th)
After LSU: 110.84 (4th, 22nd)
After Arkansas: 110.79 (4th, 21st)
After open week: 110.79 (5th, 25th)
After Texas A&M: 111.79 (5th, 20th)
After Georgia: 111.58 (4th, 18th)
After ULM: 109.67 (3rd, 11th)
After Alabama: 109.53 (4th, 12th)
SEC Championship Game: 113.06 (4th, 22nd)
2017: 113.84 (4th, 19th)
Why: Milton was 16 of 35 with two touchdowns

TOTAL DEFENSE
2013: 420.7 (12th, 86th)
2014: 398.8 (9th, 64th)
2015: 405.2 (13th, 71st)
2016: 361.9 (5th, 28th)
After Georgia Southern: 78.0 (2nd, 3rd)
After Clemson: 181.0 (4th, 8th)
After Mercer: 201.7 (2nd, 2nd)
After Missouri: 236.3 (1st, 4th)
After Mississippi State: 259.2 (3rd, 9th)
After Ole Miss: 287.5 (3rd, 13th)
After LSU: 298.3 (4th, 13th)
After Arkansas: 302.8 (4th, 14th)
After open week: 302.8 (4th, 13th)
After Texas A&M: 307.2 (4th, 14th)
After Georgia: 299.5 (3rd, 19th)
After ULM: 302.5 (3rd, 19th)
After Alabama: 303.3 (4th, 11th)
SEC Championship Game: 312.3 (5th, 14th)
2017: 319.4 (5th, 14th)
Why: UCF had 411 yards on 71 plays

SCORING DEFENSE
2013: 24.7 (9th, 48th)
2014: 26.7 (10th, 62nd)
2015: 26.0 (11th, 54th)
2016: 17.1 (4th, 7th)
After Georgia Southern: 7.0 (4th, 15th)
After Clemson: 10.5 (4th, 13th)
After Mercer: 10.3 (3rd, 11th)
After Missouri: 11.3 (2nd, 7th)
After Mississippi State: 11.0 (3rd, 6th)
After Ole Miss: 13.0 (3rd, 6th)
After LSU: 15.0 (3rd, 9th)
After Arkansas: 15.6 (3rd, 11th)
After open week: 15.6 (3rd, 9th)
After Texas A&M: 16.9 (3rd, 9th)
After Georgia: 16.9 (3rd, 11th)
After ULM: 16.6 (3rd, 8th)
After Alabama: 16.4 (3rd, 9th)
SEC Championship Game: 17.3 (3rd, 10th)
2017: 18.5 (3rd, 12th)
Why: UCF scored 34 points, most allowed by Auburn this season

SACKS
2013: 32 sacks, 2.29 per game (4th, 46th)
2014: 21 sacks, 1.62 per game (11th, 95th)
2015: 19 sacks, 1.46 per game (13th, 104th)
2016: 25 sacks, 1.92 per game (8th, 75th)
After Georgia Southern: 6 sacks, 6.0 per game (1st, 3rd)
After Clemson: 10 sacks, 5 per game (2nd, 6th)
After Mercer: 10 sacks, 3.33 per game (1st, 12th)
After Missouri: 12 sacks, 3.0 per game (3rd, 18th)
After Mississippi State: 14 sacks, 2.8 per game (3rd, 22nd)
After Ole Miss: 15 sacks, 2.5 per game (4th, 37th)
After LSU: 19 sacks, 2.71 per game (3rd, 24th)
After Arkansas: 25 sacks, 3.13 per game (3rd, 17th)
After open week: 25 sacks, 3.13 per game (3rd, 12th)
After Texas A&M: 26 sacks, 2.89 per game (4th, 17th)
After Georgia: 30 sacks, 3.00 per game (3rd, 13th)
After ULM: 32 sacks, 2.91 per game (3rd, 14th)
After Alabama: 34 sacks, 2.83 per game (3rd, 19th)
SEC Championship Game: 36 sacks, 2.77 per game (3rd, 21st)
2017: 37 sacks, 2.64 per game (5th, 25th)
Why: Auburn had one sack

THIRD-DOWN DEFENSE
2013: 33.0 percent (1st, 13th)
2014: 36.0 percent (4th, 29th)
2015: 44.9 percent (13th, 109th)
2016: 34.8 percent (4th, 25th)
After Georgia Southern: 0.0 percent (1st, 1st)
After Clemson: 29.0 percent (6th, 41st)
After Mercer: 30.6 percent (6th, 36th)
After Missouri: 30.6 percent (4th, 32nd)
After Mississippi State: 31.3 percent (8th, 34th)
After Ole Miss: 33.7 percent (6th, 39th)
After LSU: 33.9 percent (8th, 40th)
After Arkansas: 33.6 percent (6th, 36th)
After open week: 33.6 percent (5th, 36th)
After Texas A&M: 33.6 percent (5th, 32nd)
After Georgia: 32.5 percent (4th, 26th)
After ULM: 33.3 percent (5th, 26th)
After Alabama: 33.0 percent (3rd, 21st)
SEC Championship Game: 32.2 percent (2nd, 19th)
2017: 32.9 percent (3rd, 20th)
Why: UCF was 6 of 14 on third downs

RED ZONE DEFENSE
2013: 73.1 percent (2nd, 10th)
2014: 74.1 percent (4th, 13th)
2015: 75.5 percent (5th, 15th)
2016: 74.4 percent (3rd, 11th)
After Georgia Southern: 0.0 percent (1st, 1st)
After Clemson: 50.0 percent (2nd, 9th)
After Mercer: 75.0 percent (5th, 35th)
After Missouri: 80.0 percent (7th, 54th)
After Mississippi State: 75.0 percent (2nd, 29th)
After Ole Miss: 83.3 percent (8th, 65th)
After LSU: 86.7 percent (9th, 88th)
After Arkansas: 88.9 percent (9th, 101st)
After open week: 88.9 percent (9th, 102nd)
After Texas A&M: 86.4 percent (8th, 84th)
After Georgia: 87.5 percent (8th, 97th)
After ULM: 88.0 percent (8th, 104th)
After Alabama: 84.6 percent (7th, 74th)
SEC Championship Game: 83.9 percent (7th, 71st)
2017: 83.3 percent (6th, 64th)
Why: UCF scored three touchdowns and a field goal on five red zone trips

NET PUNTING
2013: 40.54 (2nd, 9th)
2014: 37.44 (12th, 67th)
2015: 37.58 (7th, 54th)
2016: 39.90 (5th, 21st)
After Georgia Southern: 42.0 (6th, 34th)
After Clemson: 38.78 (11th, 64th)
After Mercer: 38.36 (11th, 71st)
After Missouri: 38.57 (11th, 62nd)
After Mississippi State: 37.88 (10th, 62nd)
After Ole Miss: 37.35 (12th, 74th)
After LSU: 34.77 (14th, 115th)
After Arkansas: 34.82 (14th, 114th)
After open week: 34.82 (14th, 116th)
After Texas A&M: 36.12 (14th, 102nd)
After Georgia: 35.32 (14th, 112th)
After ULM: 35.00 (14th, 118th)
After Alabama: 35.09 (14th, 115th)
SEC Championship Game: 35.29 (14th, 115th)
2017: 35.61 (14th, 115th)
Why: Aidan Marshall averaged 39.2 yards on five punts

KICK RETURNS
2013: 23.40 (5th, 27th)
2014: 20.03 (11th, 82nd)
2015: 27.94 (2nd, 4th)
2016: 19.04 (12th, 100th)
After Georgia Southern: 29.0 (4th, 21st)
After Clemson: 21.33 (10th, 60th)
After Mercer: 18.00 (13th, 94th)
After Missouri: 18.60 (13th, 96th)
After Mississippi State: 20.29 (9th, 68th)
After Ole Miss: 25.44 (3rd, 20th)
After LSU: 24.36 (5th, 20th)
After Arkansas: 24.75 (3rd, 13th)
After open week: 24.75 (2nd, 18th)
After Texas A&M: 23.93 (4th, 24th)
After Georgia: 23.07 (7th, 31st)
After ULM: 22.33 (7th, 42nd)
After Alabama: 21.65 (7th, 53rd)
SEC Championship Game: 21.57 (7th, 52nd)
2017: 23.22 (3rd, 25th)
Why: Noah Igbinoghene had six returns for 174 yards with a 72-yarder

KICK RETURN DEFENSE
2013: 25.79 (14th, 121st)
2014: 21.73 (9th, 84th)
2015: 21.17 (12th, 61st)
2016: 18.00 (1st, 13th)
After Georgia Southern: 15.0 (6th, 23rd)
After Clemson: 18.0 (6th, 43rd)
After Mercer: 18.0 (5th, 34th)
After Missouri: 19.0 (6th, 49th)
After Mississippi State: 19.75 (8th, 64th)
After Ole Miss: 19.83 (8th, 57th)
After LSU: 19.86 (8th, 62nd)
After Arkansas: 29.88 (14th, 128th)
After open week: 29.88 (14th, 129th)
After Texas A&M: 32.80 (14th, 129th)
After Georgia: 30.00 (14th, 129th)
After ULM: 28.76 (14th, 129th)
After Alabama: 28.10 (14th, 129th)
SEC Championship Game: 28.10 (14th, 129th)
2017: 27.20 (14th, 129th)
Why: UCF had four returns for 90 yards

PUNT RETURNS
2013: 11.78 (2nd, 22nd)
2014: 17.82 yards per return (1st, 4th)
2015: 11.93 yards per return (7th, 28th)
2016: 10.69 (5th, 24th)
After Georgia Southern: 6.0 (6th, 55th)
After Clemson: 15.5 (2nd, 19th)
After Mercer: 11.14 (6th, 34th)
After Missouri: 9.88 (8th, 40th)
After Mississippi State: 9.50 (6th, 41st)
After Ole Miss: 8.67 (7th, 47th)
After LSU: 8.31 (8th, 52nd)
After Arkansas: 8.31 (9th, 55th)
After open week: 8.31 (8th, 56th)
After Texas A&M: 9.87 (7th, 32nd)
After Georgia: 10.53 (6th, 30th)
After ULM: 9.72 (6th, 36th)
After Alabama: 9.72 (7th, 39th)
SEC Championship Game: 9.45 (7th, 40th)
2017: 8.52 (8th, 51st)
Why: Stephen Roberts had a minus-10-yard return

PUNT RETURN DEFENSE
2013: 7.0 (8th, 51st)
2014: 7.79 (10th, 72nd)
2015: 12.43 (11th, 110th)
2016: 3.17 (1st, 8th)
After Georgia Southern: 0 (2nd, 10th)
After Clemson: 4.25 (8th, 58th)
After Mercer: 4.25 (6th, 50th)
After Missouri: 4.25 (6th, 41st)
After Mississippi State: 4.40 (6th, 40th)
After Ole Miss: 4.40 (7th, 40th)
After LSU: 15.0 (14th, 118th)
After Arkansas: 13.38 (14th, 115th)
After open week: 13.38 (14th, 115th)
After Texas A&M: 13.38 (14th, 116th)
After Georgia: 13.64 (14th, 119th)
After ULM: 13.00 (14th, 114th)
After Alabama: 13.00 (14th, 115th)
SEC Championship Game: 12.23 (14th, 111th)
2017: 11.43 (14th, 108th)
Why: UCF had a one-yard return

TURNOVER MARGIN
2013: even, 0.0 per game (9th, 61st)
2014: plus-seven, 0.54 per game (4th, 27th)
2015: plus-two, 0.15 per game (8th, 51st)
2016: plus-three, plus-0.23 per game (6th, 42nd)
After Georgia Southern: minus-two, minus-2.0 per game (13th, 105th)
After Clemson: zero, 0.0 per game (9th, 63rd)
After Mercer: minus-five, minus-1.67 per game (13th, 119th)
After Missouri: minus-one, minus-0.25 per game (9th, 74th)
After Mississippi State: minus-one, minus-0.20 per game (10th, 77th)
After Ole Miss: minus-one, minus-0.17 per game (9th, 72nd)
After LSU: zero, 0.0 per game (7th, 59th)
After Arkansas: plus-one, 0.125 per game (9th, 60th)
After open week: plus-one, 0.125 per game (8th, 57th)
After Texas A&M: plus-one, 0.11 per game (9th, 61st)
After Georgia: plus-two, 0.2 per game (6th, 48th)
After ULM: plus-three, 0.27 per game (6th, 44th)
After Alabama: plus-three, 0.25 per game (6th, 48th)
SEC Championship Game: plus-one, 0.08 per game (7th, 66th)
2017: minus-one, 0.07 per game (7th, 71st)
Why: Auburn lost and gained a fumble and threw two interceptions

PENALTY YARDS PER GAME
2013: 40.64 (7th 30th)
2014: 68.92 (14th, 112th)
2015: 46.38 (7th, 34th)
2016: 36.54 (1st, 6th)
After Georgia Southern: 42.0 (5th, 44th)
After Clemson: 42.5 (7th, 40th)
After Mercer: 49.0 (9th, 50th)
After Missouri: 49.25 (10th, 52nd)
After Mississippi State: 42.40 (5th, 27th)
After Ole Miss: 40.33 (4th, 21st)
After LSU: 38.29 (3rd, 16th)
After Arkansas: 36.63 (2nd, 11th)
After open week: 36.63 (3rd, 10th)
After Texas A&M: 36.33 (3rd, 11th)
After Georgia: 35.6 (2nd, 7th)
After ULM: 36.09 (2nd, 6th)
After Alabama: 36.42 (2nd, 7th)
SEC Championship Game: 36.62 (2nd, 7th)
2017: 38.36 (2nd, 13th)
Why: Auburn committed eight penalties for 61 yards

James Crepea is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @JamesCrepea.

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