Marc Weiszer finds out nobody knows the answer to one of them:
In case you were wondering how Georgia’s fourth-and-forever situation in the fourth quarter may have stacked up all-time, here’s your answer.“We’ve never tracked that,” an NCAA statistics official said via email overnight to my question.Ditto from the Southeastern Conference.Georgia had a fourth-and-56 (according to the official game book) from its own 31 on a drive where the Bulldogs at one point had first down at the Tennessee 23.Three holding penalties and a personal foul put Georgia at second-and-56, then third-and-57 and 4th-and-56.“That’s a first for me,” Richt said. “It’s got to be in the top 10 in the history of college football I would think.”
But here’s my other one: when’s the last time Florida lost back-to-back games by a total of 58 points? Even the Zooker never pulled that off.
And they keep telling us Will Muschamp is a defensive genius.