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Miami vs. USF: A StatMilk Breakdown

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As has become the norm, here's a look at the StatMilk breakdown of both Miami and USF, and how they compare to each other. So far, looking over the comparison charts, it seems that Miami has the edge where it matters the most, but outside of that it swings back the other way. Take a look see at this (USF stats are on the left, Miami's are on the right. The center column is color coded to show which team has the advantage, and by how much):

South Florida

Advantage

Miami

Total Offense

61st

403.2 yds/gm

5.6 yds/gm ->

408.8 yds/gm

57th

Rushing Offense

53rd

170.2 yds/gm

<- 29.8 yds/gm

140.4 yds/gm

83rd

Passing Offense

61st

233 yds/gm

35.4 yds/gm ->

268.4 yds/gm

41st

Scoring Offense

87th

25 pts/gm

3.5 pts/gm ->

28.5 pts/gm

65th

Total Defense

66th

397.2 yds/gm

<- -92.9 yds/gm

490.1 yds/gm

118th

Rushing Defense

64th

156 yds/gm

<- -75.5 yds/gm

231.5 yds/gm

121st

Passing Defense

70th

241.2 yds/gm

<- -17.4 yds/gm

258.6 yds/gm

96th

Scoring Defense

59th

26.1 pts/gm

<- -5.1 pts/gm

31.2 pts/gm

89th

The rest of the info can be found at the links below:

Head To Head

Updated Miami Stats

Updated South Florida Stats