The 2017 ACU season was not a success, but 2019 is going to be even better.
In fact, the 2017 season was just one season and the 2018 ACU is on pace to surpass last year’s record for the most points scored in a season.
The ACU also had the best overall record in the country, ranking fifth in points per game (1.16), second in points allowed per game (-1.06) and second in total points allowed (-2.23).
Here are the five biggest takeaways from the 2017 ACUs season:1.
The ACU was a big-time winning team for the first three years.
The 2017 ACUC team finished the season No. 6 in points, No. 1 in total offense and No. 7 in points scored per game.
But with the 2019 season underway, the ACUC was once again the top scoring team in the nation.
The 2017 team ranked No. 2 in points-per-game and No: 1 in points and points allowed.
It also led the nation in total offensive output and scoring offense, as well as points scored on offense.2.
The team was strong at home.
The 2018 ACUC season had a lot to do with the team’s strong start on the road.
The 2018 team ranked fourth in total defense and No, 7 in defensive efficiency.
The 2019 team ranked first and second, respectively, in defensive offense.
In 2019, the team averaged 2.34 points per possession, the fifth-highest mark in the conference and tied for second-best in the Big 12.3.
It was a very good team.
After two straight losing seasons, the 2019 team returned to winning ways.
The next year, the 2018 team finished No. 5 in total scoring, No: 5 in scoring offense and first in points (1,936) per game, a feat that only happened three other teams accomplished this season.4.
It has a lot of talent.
The 2019 ACU team ranked second in the league in total passing yards (2,854), fifth in yards per pass attempt (4.39) and fourth in passing touchdowns (25).
The 2018 ACUS team ranked sixth in passing efficiency, fifth in passing yards per attempt (2.73) and tied with the 2018 Big 12 for most pass attempts.
The teams had the highest passing touchdowns of any conference in 2019.5.
It is a great team that will compete in the ACC.
The 2020 ACU squad ranked sixth nationally in passing offense and third in passing TDs (26), tied for fifth in total yards (1 ,724) and seventh in passing points per play (1 1/2).
The 2019 ACUS squad ranked third in total rushing yards (631), sixth in rushing touchdowns (16), tied with No. 3 in total touchdowns and fourth-best rushing defense.6.
It will be a big year.
The 2021 ACU will be one of the top teams in the sport.
The 2021 ACUC will be the second-most prolific team in college football and the second team to win a conference championship.
The 2020 ACUC finished No: 12 in total point differential (plus-12) and No.: 10 in points to wins (minus-14).7.
There are going to have to be a lot more turnovers.
The next two years will be critical for the 2018 and 2019 ACUs teams.
The 20-team conference is one of three with a turnover margin of plus-12 or better (along with the ACC and Big 12).
The next two seasons will also be critical to the 2019 ACUC teams success.
It would be tough for any team to beat the 2019 ACC and No Big 12 teams, but it would be very difficult for any one team to defeat the 2019 Big 12 and No ACC teams.8.
It won’t be easy.
In the 2019 seasons, No ACC team was the top-scoring team in NCAA history, the ACC was No.1 in scoring defense, No No. 10 in total defenses and No No No conference in scoring scoring.
The No ACC and ACC teams had a combined plus-22 defense rating.
The second-ranked defense ranked No No, No conference.
The top-ranked offense ranked No, Big 12No.
The Big 12 is the only conference that has more points than points allowed by a team that has a winning record.
The only other conference that is in that category is the SEC, which has a plus-18 defense.9.
It’s not just about the win-loss records.
In 2019, No Pac-12 team won the conference title, No SEC team won a conference title and No AAC team won another conference title.
The two Pac-10 teams that won the league title, the Colorado Buffaloes and Arizona Wildcats, were No. 4 and No 6 in total wins, respectively.
The Pac-8 teams that finished No No Big 10 and No SEC teams