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holdmydak
Member since Feb 2017
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MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
100 rush attempts
83 net rush yards
0.83 yards per carry

41 pass attempts
125 net pass yards
3.04 yards per pass attempt

141 offensive plays
208 total offensive yards
0.68 yards per snap

39 3rd down attemps
4 3rd down conversions
10% 3rd down conversion rate

outgained opponents 1569 yards to 208 yards

outscored opponents 117-7


Stat of the day for each team:

State- MSU had 29 offensive first downs while CSU had 33 total offensive yards

Auburn- Georgia Southern was 0-15 on 3rd downs.

LSU- LSU time of possession(41:54); BYU time of possession(18:06)


This post was edited on 9/3 at 3:13 pm


Fishhead
LSU Fan
Ocean Springs
Member since Jan 2008
8102 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Cool, msu and au gave up 88 net yards rushing


TheArrogantCorndog
Chicago Cubs Fan
Highland Rd
Member since Sep 2009
9063 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
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Stat of the day for each team: 



BYU never crossed the 50


holdmydak
Member since Feb 2017
107 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
State and LSU gave up 13 net yards rushing

State and Auburn gave up 23 net yards passing


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TigerChief10
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2012
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re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
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Cool, msu and au gave up 88 net yards rushing

And we gave up most of the passing yards. Damn, why can't you people just appreciate the stats he posted instead of trying to one up the others?
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PorkRoast
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2015
3746 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
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BYU never crossed the 50


Actually, CSU didn't either. Though BYU is much more impressive, obviously.

Auburn, did GSU cross the 50?


Allyn McKeen
Mississippi St. Fan
New York, NY
Member since Jun 2012
2875 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
I felt bad for the QBs in these games and the Bama game. All of those guys took a beating. I think Stinchcomb called them crash dummies.


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holdmydak
Member since Feb 2017
107 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Should be a good battle between State, LSU and Auburn for 2nd in the West.

I will say, I was down on LSU going into the season, however, they played a lot better yesterday than I was expecting. SEC West looking strong again. Best division from top to bottom in college football, and honestly it's not even close.


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smash williams
San Diego State Fan
San Diego
Member since Apr 2009
12178 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
And LSU had 3 defensive starters out for this game, 7 total in the defensive 2-deep.

4 true freshmen started on defense.

Buck LB - K'Lavon Chaisson
Safety - Grant Delpit
ILB - Tyler Taylor
Nickel - Kary Vincent Jr


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Ross
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
GSU had the ball inside our 10 once, might have been one of the only times they threatened all game though.


PorkRoast
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2015
3746 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Gotcha. Was just curious since I knew their only TD was not an offensive one.


MrAUTigers
Auburn Fan
Florida
Member since Sep 2013
16425 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
I don't care who the opponents are.

that.is.impressive.
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holdmydak
Member since Feb 2017
107 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Yep, especially when your consider that State and Auburn played 2nd and 3rd team defensive players for the majority of the second half.

Mizzou gave up 492 yards to Missouri State, who went 2-6 in their D2 conference last year.

208 total yards through 180 minutes of football is ABSURD. This means each team essentially played mistake free football on the defensive side.


LSUBeaux88
New York
Member since Sep 2015
818 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
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Mizzou gave up 492 yards to Missouri State, who went 2-6 in their D2 conference last year.


Stat of the weekend.


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AshLSU
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2015
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re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
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And we gave up most of the passing yards. Damn, why can't you people just appreciate the stats he posted instead of trying to one up the others?


This.

All three teams played great on defense yesterday. Bama was Bama and Florida just shouldn't have shown up.


PorkRoast
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2015
3746 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
When you look at the staggering numbers, it's a sign that all three have a great defense this year. You don't shut ANY team (regardless of quality) to those kind of numbers otherwise. Ask Mizzou.


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OnTheLevel State Fan
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Jul 2017
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re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Need to wait until we play a better team,csu did not even try to pass the ball,we still don't know a thing about our secondary.


PorkRoast
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2015
3746 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Well our pass defense will be tested this week. Don't have to wait long.


LanierSpots
Auburn Fan
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Member since Sep 2010
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re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
With 1:03 left in the game, our D had only given up 52 total yards. Gus put the walk ons in and Southern got 26 yards to two plays with less than a min on the clock. Ran it up to 78 total yards offense.


I am not sure many of our DB's got tackles. Not many plays got past the LOS. Plus, I think we had 5 sacks..

It was fun to watch against a triple option team



PorkRoast
Mississippi St. Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2015
3746 posts

re: MSU, LSU & Auburn combined defensive stats...
Yeah, when Dan took our starters out halfway through the 3rd, we had given up 9 yards. I kinda wish he would've left them in. It was fun to watch.


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