Our weekly update of Georgia’s stats, rankings and other numerical tidbits:
BACK ON WINNING TRACK NUMBERS
Georgia’s record the past 10 years the week after playing Florida. Four of those wins were against Kentucky.
Georgia’s yards per rush in its five wins this season
Georgia’s yards per rush in its four losses.
Combined rushing attempts for Sony Michel and Nick Chubb, after having just 12 against Florida.
Kentucky rushing yards against Georgia.
258, 262 and 377
Kentucky rushing yards the previous three games against Alabama, Mississippi State and Missouri.
Three-and-outs for Kentucky’s offense. (That includes a fumble on third down.)
Tackles by freshman DL Julian Rochester and junior ILB Reggie Carter, both career highs.
Points off turnovers this season for Georgia, which scored three points off two turnovers on Saturday.
Marshall Long’s punting average, after coming in averaging 38.4.
Blankenship’s average kickoff, also about three points better than his season average. Three of Blankenship’s six field goals were touchbacks.
Javon Wims’ receiving yards, 30 more than he had all season before Saturday.
Tackles-for-loss for Kentucky, six of them in the first half.
Games it had been Georgia made a two-point conversion. Eason’s completion to Isaac Nauta in the fourth quarter was Georgia’s first since the 2014 South Carolina game, when Hutson Mason hit Michael Bennett. It was only the Bulldogs’ second two-point try of this season, after failing on a try against Nicholls State.
GEORGIA’S TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS IN THE SEC
Total offense, averaging 382.7 yards per game.
Rushing offense, averaging 178.3 yards per game.
Passing offense, averaging 204.3 yards per game.
Total defense, allowing 324.1 yards per game.
Rushing defense, allowing 118.2 yards per game.
Passing defense, allowing 205.9 yards per game.
AUBURN’S SEC RANKINGS
Total offense, averaging 494.1 yards per game.
Rushing offense, averaging 299.8 yards per game.
Passing offense, averaging 194.3 yards per game.
Total defense, allowing 356.3 yards per game.
Rushing defense, allowing 125.9 yards per game.
Passing defense, allowing 230.4 yards per game.
ALSO OF NOTE …
Rodrigo Blankenship’s SEC rank in field goal percentage (90.0) trailing only Ole Miss’ garry Wunderlich (94.1) and Auburn’s Daniel Carlson (90.9).
Jacob Eason’s SEC rank in passing yards per game (194.9)
Georgia’s turnover margin this season: 18 gained and 13 lost.
Auburn’s turnover margin: 12 gained and 10 lost.
Nick Chubb’s rushing yards this season.
Chubb’s career rushing yards, placing him fifth all-time, in between Lars Tate (3,017) and Knowshon Moreno (2,734).
Sony Michel’s rushing yards this season.
Michel’s career rushing yards, placing him 13th all-time: He passed tim Worley, rrobert Edwards and Glynn Harrison on Saturday night.
Won-loss records for Georgia, Miami and Colorado State.