Every week after Georgia plays – and this season, that means a big win – we review the updated stats and stat rankings to illustrate where things stand and preview the upcoming opponent. This week, after the resounding win over Florida, we look at that game and the season a bit more in-depth:
Georgia is 8-0 for the eighth time in school history, including for the first time since 2002.
Points scored by Georgia opponents in the third quarter this season.
Georgia’s record when it enters the Florida game unbeaten.
Unbeaten power-5 teams left: Georgia, Alabama, Wisconsin and Miami.
Georgia scoring margin against the SEC East this season.
Georgia scoring margin in games other than Notre Dame.
Different Georgia players who had at least a share of a sack on Saturday.
Combined career rushing yards for Nick Chubb (4,189) and Sony Michel (3,040).
Chubb’s place on the SEC career rushing list. He passed Errict Rhett on Saturday, and is within striking distance of Bo Jackson (4,303), Kevin Faulk (4,557) and Darren McFadden (4,509).
Michel’s yards-per-carry on Saturday.
Rushing touchdowns given up by Georgia entering the game.
Rushing touchdowns by Georgia against Florida.
Rodrigo Blankenship touchbacks this season, now 10 shy of the school record set by Kevin Butler in 1981.
Pass attempts by Jake Fromm on Saturday.
Pass attempts for then-Florida quarterback in the 2014 win over Georgia.
Three-and-outs by Florida, out of 12 possessions.
Florida on red zone trips this season before it failed on fourth-and-goal against Georgia in the second quarter.
Florida on fourth downs entering this game, before going 0-for-2 against Georgia.
Tackles by Lorenzo Carter, leading the Bulldogs, only the third time this season Roquan Smith has not led Georgia in tackles. J.R. Reed led the other two times.
GEORGIA UPDATED NATIONAL STAT RANKINGS
Georgia in total defense, as measured by yards allowed per game (252.1), as well as yards-per-play (4.12), trailing only Alabama and Washington in both categories.
Georgia in scoring defense, yielding 11.9 points per game. That trails only Alabama and Virginia Tech.
Rushing defense, yielding just 94.8 yards per game, second in the SEC behind only Alabama, which is first at 66.4 ypg.
Georgia in total offense, as measured by yards per game (446.6.). That ranks fourth in the SEC behind Alabama, Missouri and Auburn.
Georgia’s offense nationally in yards-per-play (6.9), which is fourth in the SEC behind Missouri, Alabama and Ole Miss.
Georgia’s scoring offense nationally, averaging 38.1 points per game, which is second in the SEC behind only Alabama.
Georgia’s rushing offense nationally, averaging 284 yards per game, second in the SEC behind Alabama.
Georgia’s passing offense nationally, as measured by yards per game (162.6), ranking last in the SEC.
Georgia’s pass offense nationally as measured by yards per pass attempt (9.27), second in the SEC behind only Missouri.
SOUTH CAROLINA NATIONAL STAT RANKINGS
Total offense (343.4 ypg), 10th in the SEC ahead of only Kentucky, Florida, Vanderbilt and Tennessee.
South Carolina’s national rank in yards-per-play (5.56), which is eighth in the SEC.
Rushing offense, at 123.5 yards per game.
Passing offense, at 219.9 yards per game.
Scoring offense, at 26.3 points per game.
Total defense, yielding 382.5 yards per game.
South Carolina’s national rank in yards-per-play (5.30)
Rushing defense, yielding 137.6 yards per game.
Passing defense, yielding 244.9 yards per game.
Scoring defense (20.3 points per game.)
THIS AND THAT
Jake Fromm’s pass efficiency rating, the best in the SEC and fifth nationally.
Georgia’s third-down percentage this season, fifth-best nationally.
Georgia’s red zone percentage (touchdown or field goal scored) tied for first nationally.
First downs by Georgia opponents this season, the second-least in the SEC and third-least nationally.
Georgia’s net punting average, which ranks first in the SEC and fourth nationally.