SEC Week Two: Quick Facts

by | Oct 3, 2020 | College Football | 0 comments

Here are some quick team facts for Saturday’s SEC Games.

South Carolina (0-1) at #3 Florida (1-0), 12 PM EST

– South Carolina: Since losing 12 straight at Florida from 1992-2008, the Gamecocks are 2-3 in their last five visits to Gainesville (lost last two).

– South Carolina: has not started 0-2 in SEC play in consecutive seasons since 1998-99.

– Florida: allowed 613 yards, but also totaled 642 yards on offense (leads SEC) last week. 

– Florida: QB Kyle Trask: 1,041 Passing Yards, 11 TD, 0 INT in the last three regular-season games.

Overall Series: Florida leads 28-9-3, 22-6 since South Carolina joined SEC in 1992 (won four of last five).

Kyle Trask threw for 200 yards and 3 TD in last season’s win over South Carolina in Columbia.

#13 Texas A&M (1-0) at #2 Alabama (1-0), 3:30 PM EST

-Texas A&M: Isaiah Spiller: ran for 117 yards on just eight carries (14.6 RPG) against Vandy last week (only RB to gain over 100 yards in Week One). 

-Texas A&M: Kellen Mond: 34 rushes, 188 yards, 2 TD in last two games against Alabama.

-Alabama: 33-3 at home vs SEC since 2011, but one of those losses came against Texas A&M in 2012.

-Alabama: Najee Harris: 109.4 Rush YPG, 15 TD in his last nine games (scored a TD in eight straight games – last team to hold him short of endzone was Texas A&M last year).

Series Note: Aggies: lost seven straight against Alabama since defeating them in their first SEC meeting in 2012 (allowed 43 PPG in those seven losses).

Najee Harris: Ran for a TD in each of his last eight games.

#7 Auburn (1-0) at #4 Georgia (1-0), 7:30 PM EST

-Auburn: Bo Nix: 218 pass attempts without an interception is the second-longest streak in the nation (Trevor Lawrence, CLEM – 239).

-Auburn: lost five straight against SEC East opponents (includes 2017 SEC Championship).

-Georgia: QB J.T. Daniels (transfer from USC) medically cleared to play Saturday

-Georgia: 8-1 in last nine home games against SEC West opponents.

Series Notes: Georgia won three straight and six of last seven meetings against Auburn. Won six straight at Sanford Stadium. From 1993-2001 Georgia was 0-5 vs Auburn at home. Since 2003 they are 7-1.

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