ABOUT THE OFFENSE …
Georgia’s rank in total offense, at 429.4 yards per game. If the season ended now it would be Georgia’s lowest offensive rank since 2010, when it finished 56th at 385 yards per game.
Georgia’s rank in passing offense, at 213.9 passing yards per game. If the season ended now it would be … well still better than last year, when the Bulldogs were 90th at 199.9 passing yards per game.
Greyson Lambert’s national rank in pass efficiency rating (182.3). That’s a fall of 29 spots in the past three weeks. Lambert is now fourth in the SEC. Last year Hutson Mason finished 10th nationally, and second in the SEC, with a rating of 155.75. Lambert, while at Virginia, was 93rd nationally at 115.74.
Snaps for Brice Ramsey at quarterback in the two weeks since Brian Schottenheimer said that Ramsey “will play.”
Games it had been since Georgia didn’t score a touchdown. The last time was the 10-6 loss to Central Florida in the 2010 Liberty Bowl.
Years it had been (we didn’t have time to add up the games, but feel free on your own) since Georgia won a game in which it didn’t score a touchdown. That came in a 12-3 win over Kentucky in 1995.
Games it had been since Georgia did not have a 100-yard rusher. Sony Michel was held to 87 rushing yards on Saturday, the first time since the 2013 Gator Bowl loss to Nebraska a Georgia player didn’t hit 100
Third-down percentage for Georgia’s offense this season, now 111th in the country, after going 9-for-19 on Saturday night. The Bulldogs had been 29 percent entering the game. (Missouri and Alabama are the only two SEC programs with a lower percentage.
Georgia’s national rank in yards-per-play, at 6.74.
Red-zone percentage (times scored) for Georgia this season, which ranks 91st nationally. Georgia’s red-zone touchdown percentage is exactly 50 percent, which is 106th nationally.
Sony Michel’s yards-per-touch on Saturday night – that was the number on his carries (26 for 87 yards) and receptions (4 for 13).
FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH, PART I
Missouri’s national defense rank, yielding 279 yards per game. Georgia had 298 on Saturday night.
Teams Georgia has faced that rank in the top 10 nationally in defense. Alabama is sixth. Vanderbilt is also 31st, which is in the top 25 percent nationally.
AND ABOUT THE DEFENSE …
Georgia’s national total defense ranking, at 307.9 yards per game. (Florida is one spot behind, yielding 314.4 yards per game.) Georgia is fourth in the SEC in this category.
Georgia’s national rank in third-down defense, with opponents converting only 28.7 percent of the time. Missouri was 2-for-13 against Georgia.
Sacks by Georgia on Saturday, one each by Jake Ganus, Davin Bellamy, Leonard Floyd ad Sterling Bailey. The four sacks is a season-high. Georgia entered with only nine in its first six games.
Consecutive-game starting streak by Jordan Jenkins, which was snapped last night because he couldn’t play. Jenkins had also played in all previous 46 games since he arrived at Georgia. The team’s longest starting streak now belongs to John Theus, at 27.
First-year players for Georgia who started on defense last night, because the first play was the goal-line formation: DT Trent Thompson, DT DaQuan Hawkins, ILB Jake Ganus (transfer), OLB Chuks Aamechi (junior college transfer) and CB Rico McGraw.
The number of freshmen who were on Georgia’s first-team base defense at the start of the game: Thompson, cornerback Juwuan Briscoe, nickel back McGraw and safety Johnathan Abram.
FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH, PART II
Missouri’s rank in total offense – third from the bottom nationally. The Tigers are averaging 290.4 yards per game, and had 164 on Saturday night. Basically, we’re at the point in the season where you are what your numbers are, and on Saturday night Georgia’s offense struggled against a highly-ranked defense, while Georgia’s defense excelled against a badly-ranked offense.
Career receptions by Malcolm Mitchell, who now ranks sixth in school history.
Career receiving yards by Mitchell, who is ninth on Georgia’s career list.
Sacks allowed by Georgia this season, which is 24th nationally and third-best in the SEC. Missouri had two sacks on Saturday, after entering the game with 17 in six games.
Games this season in which Georgia has won time of possession. Saturday was the first, and it wasn’t close: Georgia held the ball for 38:55, over 17 minutes more than the Tigers.
Punt return average by Georgia this season, 19th best in the country. Terry Godwin averaged 16.3 yards on three returns.
Georgia’s punting average this season, which is 97th in the country.
Touches for Brendan Douglas on Saturday. (Nine rushes for 24 yards, two receptions for 15 yards.)
Touches for Keith Marshall (Five rushes for 24 yards, one catch for minus-1 yards.)
Career points for Marshall Morgan, who is tied for fourth on the SEC all-time list.