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4/11/2011 12:03:06 AM

Tommy Salami
Tommy Salami
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For everyone who is salivating over the more heralded staffs of Florida and Vanderbilt and letting South Carolina go under the radar I have some stats for yall. These are the conference statistics through 12 games of conference play in the SEC. Take notice of the incredible dominance by the SC pitching staff.

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1. South Carolina 1.58
2. Florida 2.10
3. Vanderbilt 2.19
4. Arkansas 3.14
5. Georgia 3.45

Opposing bat avg
1. South Carolina .189
2. Vanderbilt .214
3. Florida .231
4. Arkansas .237
5. Georgia .265

Hits allowed
1. South Carolina 69
2. Vanderbilt 84
3. Arkansas 92
4. Florida 93
5. Georgia 105

Runs allowed
1. South Carolina 21
2. Florida 32
3. Vanderbilt 32
4. Arkansas 49
5. Georgia 54

SC has allowed 11 less runs than the next best teams in UF and Vandy.

Fielding pct
1. South Carolina .981
2. Tennessee .980
3. Vanderbilt .975
4. Florida .971
5. Georgia .968

Earned run avg
1. Grayson Garvin-VU 0.65
2. Matt Price-SC 0.68
3. Forrest Koumas-SC 0.78
4. Colby Holmes-SC 1.20
5. John Taylor-SC 1.32
6. Sonny Gray-VU 1.37
7. Michael Roth-SC 1.48

Notice SC has 4 of the top 5 leaders in individual ERA with Roth also coming in at 7.

Opposing bat avg
1. Forrest Koumas-SC .130
2. John Taylor-SC .152
3. Grayson Garvin-VU .163
4. Matt Price-SC .191
5. Sonny Gray-VU .196
6. Randall Fant-AR .197
7. Colby Holmes-SC .200
11. Michael Roth-SC .229

Here SC has 3 of the top 4 in opponent batting average with holmes also coming in at 7 and Roth at 11.
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[font=verdana, geneva, lucida, 'lucida grande', arial, helvetica, sans-serif]*Note that 3 of the 4 teams that SC has played series against UF, UK, and UT are all in the top half of the conference in overall batting average and slugging percentage which makes these statistics even more impressive.*[/font]
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