I've touched on this a few times but haven't really gotten a grip on just how down the ACC's offenses are this season. In the four years prior to 2010, the average ACC offense scored pretty consistently in the 104-105 pts/100 poss range. This year...
|Conf. Games Only||OFF_EFF||eFG%||2FG%||3FG%||Best||Worst||# > 1.0 PPP|
OFF_EFF, eFG%, 2FG%, 3FG% = League-wide averages.
Best = League's most efficient offense in a given year.
Worst = League's least efficient offense in a given year.
# > 1.0 PPP = Number of teams that averaged 1+ pts/poss.
There are plenty of specific examples of decline in action. For instance: NC State shot a league-best 53.4% in '09. This season? A league-worst 43.1%. First to worst! That's how it's supposed to go, right? Hmm. Maybe we're doing this wrong.
See Carolina March for a team-by-team look.