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UK-South Carolina Stats you Need to Know, Presented by Clarkmanship

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3 — Sacks allowed by South Carolina’s offensive line, the fewest in the SEC.

5 — Consecutive wins over South Carolina if the Cats are triumphant tonight.

5 — Statistical categories Kentucky is ranked in the top 20 nationally.  The Cats are 7th in scoring defense, 11th in rushing offense, 11th in total defense, 14th in third down conversions and 20th in rushing defense.

6 — Kentucky’s average margin of victory over South Carolina in the last four wins.

13 — Plays South Carolina’s offense has made over 20 yards.  It’s tied for last in the SEC.

24 — South Carolina opponents are converting only 24 percent of their third downs, the best mark in the SEC.

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Article written by Nick Roush

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1 Comment for UK-South Carolina Stats you Need to Know, Presented by Clarkmanship



  1. KyZoneBlitz
    6:36 pm September 29, 2018 Permalink

    I think that the last stat you gave, that opponents are only converting 24% on 3rd downs against usc isn’t really accurate in this situation. Think about it, they have played a cupcake, a bad Vandy team, and Georgia. The other game was cancelled. Ok, so, Georgia probably didn’t have too many 3rd down situations, because they were gaining more than enough on 1st and 2nd down to avoid 3rd downs. Then their other 2 games are easy to see, when you play bad teams, the stats are inflatable, so I think 24% is a misleading stat based on the games they have played and only playing 3 games, so the sample size isn’t as big as it should be, even though the game that got cancelled wasn’t against a great team, but still would have altered the numbers in some way.