Yeah, you already know Georgia came up with five turnovers last night (the Dawgs are now tied for first in the conference in turnover margin) without scoring a single point off any of them, but as Seth Emerson notes, it’s actually worse than that.
Briscoe’s interception, in the third quarter, didn’t lead to any points. In fact none of the five turnovers did: Georgia’s offense has yet to score any points this season after a turnover.
Basically, Lorenzo Carter’s been a more efficient scorer after a turnover than Georgia’s offense.
Don’t get me wrong — every time you force the other guy to turn the ball over is one more time he can’t score. And they’ve needed every one of those takeaways. But a few touchdowns or field goals here and there would have made some of the early going a little less nerve wracking. It’s also the kind of tendency that makes you worry about the time coming when it bites this team in the butt.