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In 3 years at UT, Dooley has accounted for 9.3% of UT's all-time SEC losses. That is mind boggling when you consider UT has been in the SEC since 1933.
Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
Where did you get this stat? Not doubting, just curious.
Did the math. We have 192 losses all-time in the SEC and Dooley has 18 of them.
Thanks. I didn't know how many SEC losses we had or where to find it.
That is an impressive stat.
I had to dig and do some math to figure out the losses. I know it's a random stat but I was curious.
Really a depressing stat.
No....it's an alarming stat!
Says The Wizard of Oz!
Only thing that hurts more than reading that is being hit in the.... which is followed by the sharp pain in yer lower stomach.
Breaking down simple data can make an impressive statement. And this is impressive, in a bad way. Nice stat.
(1) first team in SEC History to give up 38+ points in 6 straight Games
(2) 0-5, 0-6, 0-6 record starts to SEC schedule last 3 years
(3) 1-13 in last 14 SEC Games
(4) Worst SEC Home Loss, in UT History
(5) Worst Non-conference Home Loss, in UT History
(6) Worst Tennessee Defense in History
(7) Lost to Kentucky for first time in 26 years
(8) 0-24 versus ranked teams in his history
(9) 0-12 versus Florida, Georgia, Bama, South Carolina
(10) Only win in SEC over past 15 games was overtime win against Vandy
(11) Has only one more conference win in 3 years than Kiffin had in 1 year, and only 1 more in 3 years than Fulmer had the year he got fired
(12) Took him only 2 and 1/2 years to amass more conference losses than Phil Fulmer had in his first 10 combined years.
Dooley certainly is leaving a legacy here in Knoxville.
This post was edited by UTvol4life 17 months ago
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+1 thanks for the info
I think he actually has the same amount of conference wins as Kiffin had in 1 year. Kiffin went 4-4 in the SEC here.
Here I was thinking of what to eat for breakfast and this thread went and killed my appetite.
It's a sickening and guy wrenching stat for sure.
That stat is staggering. Simply staggering.
Yeah my world just exploded. Nothing makes sense anymore. Food doesn't taste as good. Everything has a gray tint.
The flip side of this, wins, he's only contributed to 1% of all conference wins. In contrast, Fulmer contributed 4.8% of all-time SEC wins in his first 3 years.
Also, Fulmer's first 3 years contributed to 2.6% of all-time SEC losses.
This is just a different way of breaking everything down I guess. It's easy to look at just # of wins and losses but if you look at it in the grand scheme of UT football and how it impacts the University's history and legacy, it really puts it into perspective.
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