On average, SEC teams scored 23.20 points per game and gained 346.08 yards per game. Those values represent the axes on the chart. The center of each logo represents each team’s average points and yards per game.
Georgia and Arkansas stand out as the scoring leaders, while Ole Miss was the yardage champ. Mississippi State was about average in both, while South Carolina was average in yards but lacking in points. LSU and Kentucky were nearly identical.
Finally, note that Vanderbilt is barely on the chart at all. That’s how far behind everyone else the Commodores’ offense was in 2009. I wanted to use a smaller scale to better differentiate other teams, but VU is why I couldn’t. It’s no wonder that Vandy went winless in ’09.