Clemson Football Statistics National Rankings


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Notes


1. Clemson is still ranked last in the nation in turnover margin.

2. Clemson ranks 6th in kickoff returns with Justin Miller with the 3rd highest return average in the nation.

3. Clemson's scoring defense was top 20 in 2003 (19.23p/g) but has fallen to 93st (31.20p/g) in 2004.

4. Clemson ranks 111th in the nation in rushing offense and 105th in total offense.



Rankings after Virginia Game

Category        Nat Rnk Actual National       Actual Cnf ACC      Actual
                               Leader                Rnk Leader  
Rushing Offense     111  91.40 Rice           361.20 11 Virginia  275.00 
Passing Offense      66 201.80 Texas Tech     427.67 4  Virginia  218.20 
Total Offense       105 293.20 Texas Tech     514.83 10 Virginia  493.20 
Scoring Offense      92  19.80 Boise St.       46.20 9  Virginia   42.40 
Rushing Defense     105 223.00 Nebraska        60.20 10 FSU        65.60 
Pass Efficiency Def  63 124.25 Miami (Fla.)    66.28 9  Miami,FL   66.28 
Total Defense        94 421.80 Wisconsin      198.33 9  Miami,FL  215.75 
Scoring Defense      93  31.20 Miami (Fla.)     6.50 10 Miami,FL    6.50 
Net Punting          80  34.22 Maryland        43.72 10 Maryland   43.72 
Punt Returns         40  10.80 Utah St.        23.88 4  Miami,FL   19.35 
Kickoff Returns       6  30.33 Alabama         34.46 2  Virginia   32.07 
Turnover Margin     117  -2.40 Oklahoma St.     3.00 11 Miami,FL    1.75 
Pass Defense         52 198.80 NCSU           112.20 8  NCSU      112.20 
Passing Efficiency  109  96.85 California     191.85 11 Virginia  165.03 


Rankings after Florida State Game

Category        Nat Rnk Actual National       Actual Cnf ACC      Actual
                               Leader                Rnk Leader  
Rushing Offense      97 103.00 Texas          370.33 11  Virginia 284.00 
Passing Offense      58 210.75 Texas Tech     436.50 3   Maryland 238.25 
Total Offense        90 313.75 California     592.00 9   Virginia 500.50 
Scoring Offense      75  22.25 Purdue          49.33 10  Virginia  45.50 
Rushing Defense      97 219.00 Nebraska        41.33 9   FSU       56.67 
Pass Efficiency Def  56 121.00 Fresno St.      71.10 9   NCSU      74.10 
Total Defense        86 411.25 NCSU           165.33 9   NCSU     165.33 
Scoring Defense      91  31.50 Wisconsin        4.75 9   Miami,FL   7.67 
Net Punting          93  33.23 Louisville      44.00 10  Maryland  42.56 
Punt Returns         55   9.56 Central Mich.   30.00 5   Miami,FL  22.69 
Kickoff Returns       6  31.70 Indiana         37.80 2   Virginia  33.50 
Turnover Margin     117  -3.00 Southern Miss.   3.50 11  FSU        1.33 
Pass Defense         52 192.25 NCSU            97.33 7   NCSU      97.33 
Passing Efficiency  111  94.00 Purdue         190.95 10  Virginia 172.86


2003 Season Stats

Category       Nat Rnk Actual National       Actual Cnf ACC       Actual
                              Leader                Rnk Leader  
Rushing Offense     73 136.85 Navy            323.23 6  W. Forest 203.25 
Passing Offense     16 283.62 Texas Tech      475.31 2  NCSU      352.31 
Total Offense       30 420.46 Texas Tech      582.77 3  NCSU      453.15 
Scoring Offense     45  28.08 Miami (Ohio)     43.00 4  NCSU       37.62 
Rushing Defense     35 131.85 USC              60.15 4  Ga Tech   100.54 
Pass Efficiency Def 36 116.05 Nebraska         88.66 3  Maryland  105.86 
Total Defense       29 336.31 LSU             252.00 4  Maryland  308.38 
Scoring Defense     20  19.23 LSU              11.00 3  Maryland   15.85 
Net Punting         50  36.27 USC              43.70 6  FSU        39.43 
Punt Returns        93   7.61 Miami (Ohio)     16.29 7  Ga Tech    11.52 
Kickoff Returns      2  27.69 Utah             28.24 1  Clemson    27.69 
Turnover Margin     43    .31 Nebraska          1.77 5  FSU          .62 
Pass Defense        38 204.46 Miami,FL        143.54 2  Maryland  179.00 
Passing Efficiency  40 134.59 NCSU            170.03 5  NCSU      170.03 

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