Patrick Garbin has some interesting stats about Georgia’s recent run of positive turnover margin. Like this, for example:
… For the third consecutive game, the Bulldogs did not commit a single turnover. Do you know how rare that is? For Georgia, like any other team, extremely rare.
I found that since 1980 – the first Georgia football season where turnover totals for individual games are readily available – or a span of 373 games, only one other time have the Bulldogs gone three consecutive games during a season without losing a turnover (1997 vs. Tennessee-Vanderbilt-Kentucky). There has been just one other three-game, no-turnover occurrence if merging seasons are considered (Georgia Tech-Michigan State in the final two games of 1988, Baylor in 1989 season opener).
Considering that Georgia went minus-4 in turnover margin in each of the last two Florida games, it would seem that a little more regression would be due this Saturday.