Today’s random stat

I came across something Paul Myerberg wrote about Georgia before the 2013 season…

Georgia is 18-3 since the start of the 2007 season when intercepting two or more passes, including a 3-0 mark in such games a year ago. In fact, this record improves to 18-1 when counting only regular-season games; two of these losses came in bowl play, to Michigan State in the 2012 Outback Bowl and UCF in the 2010 Liberty Bowl.

… and decided to rummage around cfbstats.com to see how the Dawgs fared since Myerberg posted that.

  • 2013:  1-1
  • 2014:  3-0
  • 2015:  3-0

All told, 7-1, which adds up to a 25-4 mark over the last nine seasons.  That’s not too shabby there.

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13 responses to “Today’s random stat

  1. Chopdawg

    Any idea what’s the average win % of all teams who intercept two or more passes? Did a quick search & can’t find anything.

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  2. HVL Dawg

    I wonder what the winning percentage is when we score more touchdowns than the other team. Ahhh June.

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  3. Golly–they should just try and do that every time then.

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  4. AusDawg85

    So if the opposing team never throws a pass….

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  5. Cousin Eddie

    the 25-4 mark (86.2%) is slightly ahead of the Richt mark at 10 wins a season (83.3%) 12 game season.

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  6. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Better question in my opinion: How do you lose a game when you have two interceptions?

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  7. Walt

    Reminds me of the Auburn game when their QB went 4 for 12 passing with four interceptions. Then the same kid threw 4 interceptions the following year in the blackout game. We need more opposing QBs like that guy.

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  8. I’ve got a better stat:

    Georgia is 31-0 when scoring more than 60 points.

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