Tennessee Vols statistical ranking trends – after Georgia


After playing one of the best teams in the country, the Tennessee defense dropped a bit in the NCAA’s official stat categories, but the offense actually had some positive movement.

Offense

Climbed out of the Bottom 30: Nothing.

Climbed into the Top 30: Nothing.

Fell into the Bottom 30: Completion Percentage

Fell out of the Top 30: Nothing.

Honestly, these trends are not bad after playing one of the nation’s best defenses. Need a better run game and more points.

Defense

Climbed out of the Bottom 30: Nothing.

Climbed into the Top 30: Nothing.

Fell into the Bottom 30: Nothing.

Fell out of the Top 30: Team Passing Efficiency Defense, Passing Yards Allowed.

Kind of what you’d expect against an elite offense.

Special Teams

Punting has been a strength of the team most of the season, but punting was bad enough in just this one game to drop it from No. 2 in the nation two games ago all the way to No. 50 now.

Turnovers and Penalties

Not a lot of movement on penalties this week, but the team lost some ground on turnovers.

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