Feel free to sneer at the level of opposition, if that’s what blows your skirt up, but the stats say Georgia’s offense ain’t missing a beat so far with its new offensive coordinator.
– Baylor, Georgia and Ole Miss have the most efficient offenses, averaging 1.3 plays per point scored. They’re followed by Texas Tech (1.4), USC (1.4), Memphis (1.5), Georgia Tech (1.6) and Arizona (1.6).
– Baylor has been the most explosive offense, with 13.3 percent of plays going for at least 20 yards. They’re followed by Ole Miss (11.6 percent), USC (11.4 percent), Georgia (11.3 percent), North Carolina (10.2 percent) and Kentucky (10.1 percent).
Efficient and explosive. I can live with that.
Oh, and one more thing – Georgia’s first in the SEC in plays from scrimmage of ten yards or more. And that’s despite running fewer plays per game than any other team in the conference.
About that opposition… yeah, it’s been subpar. But isn’t this kind of statistical domination what we should expect to see from a very good offense against those defenses?