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Advanced Stats: UGA

Just a quick run-down of the stats. I don’t have time to do the whole hog. [ED: We still greatly appreciate your contribution.]

SUCCESS RATE

1Q

31.6%

2Q

40.0%

3Q

38.5%

4Q

20.0%

Total

33.3%

We didn’t do as poorly in the 3Q as I thought we did, but then we really crapped the bed in the 4Q. One telling stat is total plays. That was 19, 15, 13, 10.

TARGETS

Where have you gone, Donte Moncrief? This really began in the Arkansas game, but it was hidden because we had the drive where we threw like 4 straight screens to Moncrief. If those were removed, he wouldn’t have been nearly as big a part of the passing game against Arkansas.

Against UGA, he was only thrown 2 balls.

Name

Targets

Catches

Yards

Neat

5

3

39

Logan

5

2

20

Mackey

4

4

23

Sanders

4

2

15

Scott

3

3

24

Mosley

2

1

13

Moncrief

2

0

0

Allen

1

1

51

Walton

1

1

1

The targets were fairly evenly split between the other options at WR with Neat and Logan having 5 and Mackey and Sanders with 4 each. I’m not sure what we have to do, but we have to get the ball to Moncrief – even if it is just through the screen game.

In passing situations, Neat (4 out of 13 targets) and Mackey (3 of 13 targets) were the main options.

In my opinion, the game was lost (or made worse) by our inability to run the ball. This is two games in a row and is very concerning with bowl eligibility on the line and a winnable game coming up. We only got 1.8 OL yards per carry against UGA. When the OL did open a hole, our RBs could do little with it – we only had two rushes of over 6 yards all game long (11 by Mackey and 8 by Brunetti).

I wonder if the OL is getting worn out because of our lack of depth there? Or is Jeff Scott wearing down after getting 21, 21, and 19 carries in the previous three games. I think it may be time to give Mathers and Walton a few carries in the middle of the game to keep Scott fresh for the 4Q.

PASSING

Wallace really had a decent line. He made a terrible mistake on the INT because he had room to run or Sanders open in the flat. Instead, he threw it across his body 50 yards. Mosley was open – but it never got there. Take that away and it was an ok day, but most of the damage was done in the first half – he did little after half time.

All

Completions

Attempts

Yards

TD

INT

Sacks

Sack %

Eff

Wallace

16

25

187

1

1

2

7.4%

132.03

Standard

Completions

Attempts

Yards

TD

INT

Sacks

Sack %

Eff

Wallace

9

14

122

0

1

1

6.7%

123.20

Passing

Completions

Attempts

Yards

TD

INT

Sacks

Sack %

Eff

Wallace

7

11

65

1

0

1

8.3%

143.27

All in all – I think you have to put this on the offense. Defense did give up a lot, but the offense has to produce more than it did. I think Freeze is trying to protect the lack of depth on D by slowing the offense down some, but it is putting us away from who we are.

Sorry this is bare-bones. I’ve gotten a new job which is taking away a lot of my Ole Miss stats time.

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