Georgia football fans feel a bit underwhelmed after the Dawgs beat Samford 33-0, and while that’s okay, there are a few stats to point out that should reduce those concerns.
These stats aren’t necessarily from the Samford matchup but from the first two games. There has been a lot of good that has come out of the first two games, and these stats are proof of that.
It’s okay to feel a little unsatisfied with the Dawgs’ performance against Samford, especially after seeing what they did against Oregon, but it’s early in the season. This week against South Carolina will give fans an even better idea of what to expect for the rest of the season.
Georgia football fans should look at these four stats to feel better.
Any other time Georgia wins by 33-points, it would be a huge victory, but because it was Samford, it wasn’t good enough. I get it, but let’s take a deep breath and know the Dawgs have a great offense and coaches that will lead this program to more success.
Some of these stats may even surprise fans because it’s not ones that usually get associated with Georgia. Everything will be okay, Georgia fans, and to those worried, it’s understandable— we all have a little PTSD.
Looking at stats and where the Dawgs rank nationally and in the SEC really should put into perspective just how good they have it right now.
Here are the three offensive stats that should make Georgia fans feel better about this team or even more excited.