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1998 Independent Year Summary

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Record: 42-49, .462 W-L% (10th of 11) (Schedule and Results)

SRS: -6.32 (9th of 11) ▪ SOS: -3.99 (9th of 11)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Notre Dame)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Notre Dame)

Standings

Overall Conference Pts/G SRS
School W L Pct W L Pct Own Opp SRS SOS Notes
Central Florida 9 2 .818 0 0 35.7 19.0 2.95 -9.33
Notre Dame 9 3 .750 0 0 27.3 20.7 11.16 3.66
Louisiana Tech 6 6 .500 0 0 41.1 33.5 -0.70 -2.70
Louisiana-Monroe 5 6 .455 0 0 20.6 29.3 -9.97 -5.61
Alabama-Birmingham 4 7 .364 0 0 21.5 28.0 -9.54 -3.99
Arkansas State 4 8 .333 0 0 18.0 32.1 -16.28 -8.11
Navy 3 8 .273 0 0 23.2 34.2 -11.34 -2.43
Louisiana-Lafayette 2 9 .182 0 0 18.1 41.2 -16.84 -3.38

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7 Final
Notre Dame 22 10 23 23 23 22 18 18 16 13 12 10 9 16 17 22

1 Bowl Game

Date Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
1999-01-01 Gator Bowl Georgia Tech 35 Notre Dame 28 Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, FL)

Conference Leaders

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Pass Completion Percentage

1. Daunte Culpepper (Central Florida) 73.6
2. Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech) 68.0
3. Jarious Jackson* (Notre Dame) 55.3
4. Andre Vige (Louisiana-Monroe) 47.9
5. Cleo Lemon (Arkansas State) 47.3

Adjusted Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Daunte Culpepper (Central Florida) 9.8
2. Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech) 9.4
3. Jarious Jackson* (Notre Dame) 9.2
4. Andre Vige (Louisiana-Monroe) 6.7
5. Cleo Lemon (Arkansas State) 6.6

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Daunte Culpepper (Central Florida) 170.2
2. Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech) 164.8
3. Jarious Jackson* (Notre Dame) 149.5
4. Andre Vige (Louisiana-Monroe) 119.5
5. Cleo Lemon (Arkansas State) 113.1

Total Yards Per Play

1. Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech) 8.1
2. Daunte Culpepper (Central Florida) 7.6

Interception Return Touchdowns

1. Adam Crecion (Navy) 12
2. Dwight Platt (Alabama-Birmingham) 2
  Pat Dennis (Louisiana-Monroe) 2