Phil Steele has posted rankings of schools based on offensive points per play. Georgia shows up at number nineteen. I’m not sure that really means too much, other than that Georgia was fairly efficient when it had its hands on the ball (that positive turnover margin no doubt contributed).
Here’s what’s more significant: of the top 25 schools on Steele’s list, none ran fewer offensive plays or scored fewer points than Georgia. The only way that can translate into winning football is if you’ve got one helluva defense.