Seth Emerson ($$) does the math so I don’t have to.

Georgia had seven plays of at least 30 yards Saturday. That’s almost half as many as Georgia had all of last year in SEC play. The Bulldogs have 25 this year, more than each of the past two years, and approaching the 26 it had in SEC games in 2017. (If you include nonconference games in recent years, such as the guarantee games, the number goes up, though not demonstrably.)

Zamir White’s 43-yard run was the team’s 13th play of 40 yards or longer this season. That easily exceeds what Georgia had in conference games last year (6), two years ago (7) and is even more than the 2017 season (12 in 10 games against SEC teams, including the SEC championship and national championship.)

Todd Monken is just getting started.  I hope.



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8 responses to “Explosive

  1. practicaldawg

    I’m glad we can now add a top 25 win to the small sample size. I’m sold on Monken (and having a QB that can simply throw it near a wide open receiver).

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  2. RangerRuss

    Completing passes and kicking asses. Go Dawgs!

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  3. Made explosives and didn’t give up any. That’s probably a big reason he was so giddy after the game. He’s been talking about explosives and composure since 2017.

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