Scoring Defense

Some articles on defense, scoring defense, scoring:

Brian Van Gorder - University of Georgia
18.9 points per game, ended up fifth in rushing defense and ranked 17th in scoring defense ... The 2002 season saw VanGorder's defense not only lead the SEC in scoring defense, but finished fourth nationally ... In 2003, VanGorder's defense ranked third nationally in scoring defense, fourth in total defense and sixth in passing defense ...
Super Bowl XXXI - Game Summary
... Green Bay then opened up the scoring with Brett Favre's 54-yard touchdown pass to Andre Rison on their second offensive play of the game ... New England stormed back, scoring touchdowns on each of their next 2 possessions ... New England's defense then forced the Packers to punt from their own 17-yard line after a three-and-out, giving the Patriots the ball back after running back Dave Meggett received Craig Hentrich's 39-yard ...
Frank Spaziani - Coaching Career - Boston College
... In 2001, the Boston College defense ranked 12th nationally in passing defense, 10th in pass efficiency defense, 19th in scoring defense and 25th in total defense ... In 2002, the BC defense ranked 13th nationally in passing defense, 25th in pass efficiency defense, 23rd in scoring defense and 37th in total defense ... In 2003, the BC defense ranked second in the Big East in total defense and second in rushing defense ...
Will Muschamp - Coaching Career - Auburn Tigers
2006, Muschamp's first season at Auburn, the defense finished seventh among NCAA Division I-FBS teams in scoring defense, allowing only 21 touchdowns ... In 2007, Auburn led the SEC in scoring defense and finished in the top 10 in four defensive categories (ranking 7th nationally in pass efficiency and 6th nationally in total defense, passing ...

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