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LAWRENCE: CRAZY FOOTBALL STATS THAT SET THE TABLE

JULY 27, 2019Crazy Football Stats Sets The Table
This from ESPN’s Bill Connelly: Last season Oklahoma’s offense averaged 8.6 yards per play and 570.3 yards and 48.4 points per game. But really, it was at any point only the second-best offense in the country behind Whoever Was Playing UConn That Week. The 2018 UConn defense took the field for 138 drives, not including 15 that were ended by either the halftime or end-of-game buzzer. Of those 138 … 28 ended in a punt. No other FBS team forced fewer than 37. 11 resulted in a turnover. Only four teams forced fewer. 81 resulted in a touchdown. Only two other teams allowed more than 68 – Louisville (71) and Oregon State (76). Nearly three touchdowns to every punt! Read more of what the craziest stats from 2018 tells us for 2019 here.

MLB History Book

Philadelphia: Eflin 0-6 $ in July … San Francisco: Anderson 6-1 $ at night and 2-0 vs. NL West foes this season … Cincinnati: DeScalfani 1-5 $ in July … CWS: Nova 6-0 $ home in July … Cleveland: Clevinger 8-2 career team-starts vs. Royals … Oakland: Bailey 1-7 $ in July.

Grinding Out The Profits

Nobody’s gone broke backing Dodgers hurler Clayton Kershaw this time of the season, as his 13-1 away team-starts record in July indicates. In addition, the future Hall of Famer is 11-1 in his last 12 team-starts against the Nationals, including 5-0 in Washington. You know what to do.
 
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