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Tennessee Volunteers v. South Carolina Gamecocks: stat comparison

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Stats yet again courtesy of StatSheet.com. The usual caveats apply.

  Tennessee Logo South Carolina Logo
Rankings
Conf Standing 1 5
AP Rank 4 0
RPI 0.6862 0.5187
RPI Rank 1 139
SOS 0.6108 0.5567
SOS Rank 2 49
Wins & Losses
Overall 26-3 (89.7%) 13-15 (46.4%)
Home 15-0 (100.0%) 8-8 (50.0%)
Away 9-2 (81.8%) 3-5 (37.5%)
Neutral 2-1 (66.7%) 2-2 (50.0%)
Conference 12-2 (85.7%) 5-9 (35.7%)
Top 25 3-2 (60.0%) 1-4 (20.0%)
Blowout (> 19) 8-0 (100.0%) 4-1 (80.0%)
Close (< 6) 8-1 (88.8%) 6-7 (46.1%)
Overtime 0-0 (0.0%) 0-1 (0.0%)

  All Games Conference Games
South Carolina Logo Tennessee Logo South Carolina Logo Tennessee Logo Difference (adjusted for total games played)
Total Games
29
30
15
15
1
Wins
13
27
5
13
14
Losses
16
3
10
2
13
Pct
0.45
0.9
0.33
0.87
0.45
Field Goals Made
796
869
387
421
45.55
Field Goals Attempted
1797
1916
898
944
57.03
Field Goal Percentage
0.44
0.45
0.43
0.45
0.01
Free Throws Made
273
464
112
224
181.59
Free Throws Attempted
388
712
168
342
310.62
Free Throw Percentage
0.7
0.65
0.67
0.66
-0.05
3pt Field Goals Made
229
267
117
127
30.1
3pt Field Goals Attempted
623
746
356
342
101.52
3pt Field Goal Percentage
0.37
0.36
0.33
0.37
-0.01
Points
2094
2469
1003
1193
302.79
Points Per
Game
72.2
82.3
66.9
79.5
10.1
Rebounds
1069
1219
495
634
113.14
Rebounds Per Game
36.9
40.6
33
42.3
3.7
Offensive Rebounds
331
444
158
228
101.59
Offensive Rebounds Per Game
11.4
14.8
10.5
15.2
3.4
Defensive Rebounds
632
704
283
360
50.21
Defensive Rebounds Per Game
21.8
23.5
18.9
24
1.7
Assists
373
539
170
236
153.14
Assists Per Game
12.9
18
11.3
15.7
5.1
Steals
219
284
113
111
57.45
Steals Per
Game
7.6
9.5
7.5
7.4
1.9
Turnovers
305
378
151
191
-62.48
Turnovers Per Game
10.5
12.6
10.1
12.7
-2.1
Blocks
108
101
46
55
-10.72
Blocks Per Game
3.7
3.4
3.1
3.7
-0.3
Fouls
460
611
237
319
135.14
Fouls Per
Game
15.9
20.4
15.8
21.3
4.5
DQs
8
3
5
3
5

I've made a minor adjustment to the, uh, adjustment for total games played formula. In prior comparisons, I simply compared per game averages even for total number stats, which got redundant toward the bottom of the chart. This time, I determined the average for the team playing the fewer number of games, added that average to the total number for each difference in the number of games (one time here), and then compared the two teams. Probably should have been doing that all along. Math guys, tell me if that's wrong.

Any advantage the Gamecocks have over the Vols is negligible except for turnovers and perhaps free throw shooting.

What do y'all see?