Georgia football is officially 11-0 on the season, and man, it feels good to say that. The Dawgs have battled every week, winning in dominating fashion each time they step on the field, and No. 11 was no different as they beat Charleston Southern 56-7.
Saturday saw participation from 68 players, so after the starters got a big lead, they could rest, which will be beneficial in the final regular-season game of the year and the post-season.
Georgia scored 49 first-half points, which tied for the most with the 2011 squad who did it against New Mexico State, and while the Dawgs only scored one more in the second half, it was still a 49 point victory.
The Dawgs finished with 488 total yards on 69 plays averaging 7.1 yards. On the ground, 10 rushers recorded at least two yards, with the lot combining for 233 yards averaging 7.3 yards a run. Four quarterbacks combined for 255 yards through the air as the group saw a 54% completion rate.
Georgia football dominated on Saturday, and here are three notable stats from that win.
Georgia held Charleston Southern to 126 total yards. The Bucs averaged 1.9 yards a play and only got in the endzone on a wild play that no one knew what to call it.
The Dawgs defense did a great job recording four sacks on the day and saw 31 guys record at least one tackle. A ton of players got reps on this side of the ball, and it was Javon Bullard, and Jamon Dumas-Johnson led the team with six tackles each.
Georgia did what they were supposed to do against a team like Charleston Southern and made a statement. They destroyed the Bucs and sent the seniors out on a high note. After going through the stats, the Dawgs performed well in all three phases of the game.
Here are three noteworthy stats from the 11th win of the season for the Dawgs.