Each week after Georgia plays we take a deeper dive into the stats to illustrate what happened, the takeaways for the season and look ahead to the next opponent. So this week, once again it’s almost all on the positive side of the ledger after Georgia smacked Tennessee, 41-0, and heads into Vanderbilt with a perfect record.
Georgia’s national rank in scoring defense, yielding just 9.2 points per game, behind only Alabama (8.6).
Georgia school record for average fewest points allowed in a 12-game or more season (2003).
Georgia’s national rank in total defense, yielding 244 yards per game, behind only Michigan and Texas-San Antonio.
Georgia’s plus-minus in points last year over its 13 games.
Georgia’s plus-minus through five games this year.
Times Georgia scored 40 points or more last year
Times Georgia has scored 40 or more in five games this year.
Total points allowed by Georgia in the first three quarters this season.
Tennessee’s scoring streak, which lasted from the week after playing Florida in Sept. 1994, until Saturday night.
Yards-per-play by Tennessee against Georgia, including 2.1 per rush attempt.
Georgia in the red zone this year. UGA is now 19-for-19, including 14 touchdowns. Last year Georgia was 84 percent in the red zone but only 56 percent on touchdowns.
Nick Chubb career 100-yard games, second in Georgia history. Herschel Walker had 28.
Chubb’s career rushing yardage, also second in school history. Walker had 5,259.
Rodrigo Blankenship’s streak of consecutive touchbacks, which was snapped on Saturday.
Touchbacks by Blankenship all of last season.
Third-down conversions by Tennessee, on 12 attempts.
Third-down conversions by Georgia, on 16 attempts.
Fumbles by Georgia on Saturday – all of which were recovered by Georgia.
Roquan Smith tackles on Saturday, seven more than any other Georgia player. Smith also had six solo tackles, three more than any other teammate.
Victories in Georgia football history.
GEORGIA OTHER UPDATED STAT RANKINGS
Rushing defense national ranking, yielding 90.4 ypg.
Passing defense national ranking, yielding 153.6 ypg.
Total offense national ranking, at 387 ypg.
Rushing offense national ranking, at 237.4 ypg.
Passing offense national ranking, at 149.6 ypg.
*- BUT SOMETIMES STATS CAN BE DECEIVING
Pass attempts by Georgia this season, the least in the SEC.
Georgia’s national rank in yards per completion, at 14.4.
Total offense national ranking, at 285.2 ypg.
Rushing offense ranking, at 79.2 ypg.
Passing offense ranking, at 206 ypg.
Total defense national ranking, at 347.8 ypg.
Rushing defense national ranking, 204.6 ypg.
Pass defense national ranking, at 143.2 ypg.
AND FINALLY …
Georgia’s record every five years starting in 1982