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Upon Further Review - Alabama State Game

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Very interesting - small and highly bifurcated sample size. 

Next week will tell a lot.

Thanks Stat!

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3 hours ago, StatTiger said:

Auburn's 63 points snapped a four-game skid the Tigers failed to score at least 30 points. This was the longest such streak since 2012.

I did not realize this ... I do remember the 30+ = victory star though.

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5 hours ago, StatTiger said:

During Auburn's last eight games against Non-Power-5 competition, the Tigers have fumbled 23 times, losing possession of 15.

Disturbing statistic.

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17 hours ago, RunInRed said:

Disturbing statistic.

Yeah, this one has got to get corrected before Saturday! We can’t afford to turn the ball over in this lswho game. 

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21 hours ago, StatTiger said:

From 2013-2015, Auburn held 15 of 40 opponents to 20 points or less (37 percent). From 2016-2018, Auburn has increased it to 20 of 29 games (69 percent).

Our defense is almost twice as good under Kevin Steele as it was the 3 years prior. 

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22 hours ago, StatTiger said:

Excluding snaps to expire the clock, Auburn has 70 offensive snaps on first down this season, and only one has resulted in a loss.

Well, well, well.....that's certainly a good sign. Our OL still has more room for improvement, but it's refreshing not having the swarm of defenders in the backfield in early season games.

Auburn should have put a stop payment on a few of Herb's paychecks. 

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53 minutes ago, ValleyTiger said:

Well, well, well.....that's certainly a good sign. Our OL still has more room for improvement, but it's refreshing not having the swarm of defenders in the backfield in early season games.

Auburn should have put a stop payment on a few of Herb's paychecks. 

I "laughed", but seriously...

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20 hours ago, RunInRed said:

Disturbing statistic.

Indicative of the number of inexperienced players that are afforded the ability to play in those games. Great learning opportunity without fear of losing.

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