Halftime Analysis: Is Notre Dame Better than Auburn? Anyone from the SEC


Alabama’s half-time scores against the SEC accompanied by opponent’s SEC Record:

  • Arkansas (2-6 in SEC): 0, Alabama: 24
  • Ole Miss (3-5 in the SEC): 7, Alabama: 27
  • Missouri (2-6 in SEC): 7, Alabama: 28
  • Tennessee (1-7 in the SEC): 10, Alabama: 23
  • Mississippi State (4-4 in the SEC): 0, Alabama: 24
  • LSU (6-2in the SEC): 3, Alabama: 14
  • Texas A&M (6-2): 20, Alabama 14
  • Auburn (0-8 in the SEC): 0, Alabama: 42
  • Georgia (7-2 in the SEC): 7, Alabama: 10

With Notre Dame now trailing Alabama 28-0 at the half here is what we know:

Notre Dame’s defense has performed worse or the same as these teams against Alabama:

  • Arkansas (2-6 in the SEC)
  • Ole Miss (3-5 in the SEC)
  • Missouri (2-6 in the SEC)
  • Tennessee (1-7 in the SEC)
  • Mississippi State (4-4 in the SEC)
  • LSU (6-2 in the SEC)
  • Texas A&M (6-2 in the SEC)
  • Georgia (7-2 in the SEC)

Notre Dame’s offense has performed worse or the same as these teams against Alabama:

  • Arkansas (2-6 in the SEC)
  • Ole Miss (3-5 in the SEC)
  • Missouri (2-6 in the SEC)
  • Tennessee (1-7 in the SEC)
  • Mississippi State (4-4 in the SEC)
  • LSU (6-2 in the SEC)
  • Texas A&M (6-2 in the SEC)
  • Auburn (0-8 in the SEC)
  • Georgia (7-2 in the SEC)

The short summary: the only halftime scoring statistic Notre Dame has outperformed was Auburn’s giving up of 42 points to Alabama in the first half of the November game.

Notre Dame is better than Auburn.  That’s the most we can say.

And this: SEC! SEC! SEC!

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

 

 

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Posted on January 7, 2013, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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