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I'm sure this will surprise all of you, but Florida is the most penalized SEC team and Alabama is the least in the last five years. Cool chart of the numbers.
Florida is continuously the SEC's most penalized team, while Alabama has finished with the least amount of penalties in four of the last five years.
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I don't get why we are always awful in this Dept.. Even when we are winning we are still the most penalized.
It was the same under Zook and Spurrier too.
The most penalized teams under 4 different coaching staffs, both successful and not.
I don't think you can call it a lack of discipline. Any theories on why this is?
Being penalized often symbolizes that you are an aggressive team. Not the worst stat to do bad in.
We need to lower undisciplined penalties.
Most of the last 5 years successful teams (UF, UGA, LSU, Aub and USC) are the most penalized. The least penalized teams are usually the bottom dwellers of the SEC. Only Alabama seems to defy the logic...
This post was edited by Jaymz15Gators 12 months ago
Ya, I don't believe in many "conspiracy theories", but the SEC office is in T town for a reason. We win despite it, so if we could just knock off 20% or so this year, that could be a huge help. That's a huge if though. Like Boom said, "I'd rather tell somebody WHOA, than Giddy-Up"
Wasn't it against South Carolina where we had to deal with all the "adversity on the field"? I remember it being one of the worst officiated halves of football I had ever seen.
Florida had a ton of penalties in the red-zone last year so frustrating always ended up having to settle for a FG.
that was so funny lol muschamp gave brady the quote of his life that day
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