Ken Pom's site provides a sabermetric like approach to basketball.
Tempo = Possessions / (40 minutes) - this is the pace or opportunties to score.
The raw number uses a team's actual stats. The adjusted figure makes allowances for the competition faced, and in the case of efficiency, for the site of the game, and gives slightly more weight to more recent games.
Raw Tempo: 69.6 poss/40 min National Rank= 94
Adj Tempo: 69.0 poss/40 min National Rank=108
Raw Tempo: 59.6 poss/40 min National Rank=328
Adj Tempo: 59.6 poss/40 min National Rank=329
Offensive Efficiency(OE) = Points scored / (100 possessions)
Defensive Efficiency(DE) = Points allowed / (100 possessions)
Offense Raw Efficiency : 113.4 ( 3)
Offense Adj Efficiency : 116.5 ( 9)
Defense Raw Efficiency : 92.0 ( 21)
Defense Adj Efficiency : 88.2 ( 11)
Offense Raw Efficiency : 110.6 ( 14)
Offense Adj Efficiency : 116.7 ( 8)
Defense Raw Efficiency : 98.1 ( 97)
Defense Adj Efficiency : 92.5 ( 42)
Gators just barely have the better offense, but Georgetown has the better defense. Gators have played at a much faster pace than Georgetown as evidenced by the possessions per 40 minutes figures. The Gators have an average of 10 more opportunties to score each game.