Georgia football has a special team, and each week, another thing happens that makes them stand out more. Against the Missouri Tigers, the Dawgs beat them by 37 points, yet this team played like they were only up by three points.
Missouri gave Georgia a fair fight, but the Dawgs proved to be too much for the Tigers. Despite a few things the Dawgs fell short on, there were far more impressive things to look at and digest.
Some saw the rush attack as a glaring weakness, but the offensive line will adjust. Even though the Dawgs rushed for 168 yards, the run game struggled — a good problem to have if you look at it like that.
Of course, no team in college football is perfect, but Georgia football is showing the world they are a force, and no matter who they play, they will eventually blow them out.
Any of the issues that were evident on Saturday will get addressed before the big trip to Knoxville.
After digesting the game and deep-diving into the stats, here are the three of the best Georgia football put up against the Tigers.
Georgia amassed 505 total offensive yards and held the Tigers to 273 yards. The Dawgs averaged a whopping eight yards and through the air shined.
When a team stacked the box and slowed down the run, Stetson Bennett and JT Daniels showed everyone what the Dawgs could do. Georgia’s rush attack isn’t a problem. Missouri did an excellent job preparing for it.
So who cares if Vanderbilt rushed more against Missouri than Georgia did, the Dawgs put up 337 passing yards and scored at will — they are just fine.
The Dawgs averaged 5.1 yards a rush, then 11.2 yards a passing attempt, and 16.9 yards after completion. These are solid numbers and enough to beat most teams.
The statistics highlighted in this article will hopefully make fans feel better about this incredible team.