* Alabama’s up to number eight in the league in total offense with 448.5 yards per game. The unit has been climbing steadily since a lackluster performance in week one against Virginia Tech. But did you know the Tide’s offense is currently averaging more yards per game than it did in any of the last six seasons? That’s right.
* The Tide defense, meanwhile, is up to second nationally in points allowed per game (11.3). That’s behind Louisville’s 7.3.
* Florida still leads the conference in fewest yards allowed per game (235.3). ‘Bama is second, allowing only 278.2. Take out the Texas A&M game and the Tide is allowing a nasty 208.2 yards.
* Johnny Manziel is completing a phenomenal 73.2 percent of his passes. That’s incredible.
* Tide true freshman A’Shawn Robinson is tied for fifth in the league with 4.0 sacks for the season.
* LSU and Texas A&M continue to convert an eye-whopping 58.02% and 57.53%, respectively, of their third down conversions.
* Alabama punter Cody Mandell continues to lead the league with 46.75 yards per punt. It’ll be interesting to see if he qualifies for the lead in this category by the end of the year. To do so, he must average 3.6 punts per game.