Dawg stat watch, Week 10

Another week closer to Atlanta, let’s see how this year’s crew continues to shape up in comparison with its predecessors who played in the SECCG (stats, as always, via cfbstats.com):

  1. Hold opponents under 18 points per game.  As a team, Georgia is yielding 20.9 ppg.
  2. Finish at least +8 in turnover margin.  Georgia’s turnover margin is +4.
  3. Average better than 380 yards per game on offense.  Georgia’s offense is averaging 468.2 ypg.
  4. Finish in the top five in total defensive yardage.  Georgia’s defense ranks seventh in total defense.
  5. Finish in the top three in first downs.  Georgia is fourth in first downs.
  6. Finish no worse than third in passing yardage.  Georgia is fourth in passing yardage.
  7. Finish no worse than third in sacks.  Georgia is seventh in sacks.

Ole Miss was definitely chicken soup for the Bulldog soul, as Georgia improved its standing in every statistical category listed above except for passing yardage.  Auburn is thirteenth in the conference in both total offense and total defense, so hopefully there’s more of that coming this week.

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7 responses to “Dawg stat watch, Week 10

  1. X-Dawg

    The next 3 opponents will give us an excellent chance to meet the established criteria.

  2. Is it September yet?

    Should the addition of two more teams to the SEC lessen the requirements a smidge? Just a thought since there are 14 teams instead of 12.

    • Comin' Down The Track

      Adorable!

      • Macallanlover

        True, but smacks of desperation and begging. Isn’t that beneath a gator….umm, scratch that.

        • Mike

          Much like the desperation of UGA fans when USCe faced LSU and had to lose and when USCe faced Florida and also had to lose.

          I seem to remember you rooting for Florida, scotch lover.

          Go Tigers!

  3. Uglydawg

    In the last two wins, Georgia has been showered with opposing team turnovers at the most opportune times. Clearly the superior team in both games, the Dawgs, none-the-less, must play harder from the get-go if they’re to keep moving forward. Lights out from kickoff till end is the order, and that’s ALWAYS the formula for every game in every sport.