Updated key numbers for Georgia players, team rankings for Georgia and Auburn, and some other tidbits.
GEORGIA INDIVIDUAL STATS
Sony Michel’s rushing yards this season, now ninth in the SEC. Eighth is Nick Chubb, who had 747 before his injury.
Receiving yards by Malcolm Mitchell, which is sixth in the SEC.
Greyson Lambert’s QB rating, which is fourth in the SEC.
Lambert’s passing yards per game, which is ninth in the SEC. (The Florida game, in which he didn’t play, doesn’t count in his average.)
Jake Ganus’ tackles this season, which leads Georgia and is 15th in the SEC. Tim Kimbrough has 53 and is second on the team.
Interceptions by Dominick Sanders, which is tied for third in the SEC. (Alabama’s Eddie Jackson and Texas A&M’s Donovan Wilson lead the way with five.)
GEORGIA’S NATIONAL DEFENSIVE RANKS
Red zone defense, allowing opponents to score just 70 percent of the time inside the 20 (12 TDs, 5 FGs in 24 trips.)
Third-down conversion defense. Opponents have converted 30.15 percent of the time.
Total defense, at 305.3 yards per game. That’s also fourth in the SEC behind Alabama, Florida and Missouri.
Scoring defense, at 18.4 points per game., which is sixth in the SEC. That includes points by opponents against Georgia’s offense and special teams.
Run defense, yielding 131.44 yards per game, which is eighth in the SEC.
Sacks. Georgia has 16 this season.
GEORGIA’S NATIONAL OFFEENSIVE RANKS
Sacks allowed. Georgia has allowed only nine sacks this season.
Yards per rush attempt (5.59).
Rushing offense rank, at 208.7 yards per game.
Yards per pass attempt (193.4).
Total offense, at 402.1 yards per game.
Passing offense, at 193.4 yards per game.
Third-down conversion percentage. Georgia has converted (32.1 percent of the time.
AUBURN’S NATIONAL RANKS
Sacks allowed. Opponents have 14 against the Tigers.
Rushing offense, at 188.9 yards per game.
Passing defense, at 239.3 yards per game.
Total offense, at 379.1 yards per game.
Rushing defense, at 192.11 yards per game.
Total defense, at 430.6 yards per game.
Passing offense, at 190.2 yards per game.
Sacks. Auburn has 13 this season.
Georgia’s turnover margin this season. (It was plus-15 last season.)
Auburn’s turnover margin this season, after hauling in three interceptions at Texas A&M, and not throwing any.
Rushing yards by Auburn’s Jovon Robinson at Texas A&M.
Georgia’s team rushing yards against Kentucky, its most since racking up 305 last year against … Kentucky.
Career catches by Mitchell, who is now fifth all-time at Georgia. He passed Mohamed Massaquoi, who was Georgia’s honorary captain on Saturday.
Punting average yards for Brice Ramsey this year, in nine attempts. That would rank third in the SEC if he was eligible to be included. (You have to have punted 75 percent of the time for your team.)