Offensive Coordinator: Mike Bobo
Leading Passer: Hutson Mason
Leading Rusher: Nick Chubb
Leading Receiver: Chris Conley
Placekicker: Marshall Morgan
Total Offense Per Game: 458.8 yards
Total Touchdowns: 62
Points Per Game: 41.3
In 2014 we were nearing what would be the end of the Mark Richt-Mike Bobo era of Georgia football. And while a three-loss season wasn’t what fans were hoping for out of this talented team, it wasn’t the fault of the offense, who scored 20 points or more in every game.
Nick Chubb was entering legendary status in the 2014 season, amassing 1,547 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns in his freshman season. He was flanked by arguably one of the most talented and lethal backfields in Georgia history, with Sony Michel, Todd Gurley, and Brendan Douglas.
The Dawgs’ vaunted rushing attack — which averaged 258 yards per game — wasn’t to be outdone by quarterback Hutson Mason, who had waited patiently behind Aaron Murray for three seasons before getting his own shot at running the Bobo offensive machine.
Mason threw for 2,168 yards and had a 21-4 touchdown to interception ratio, with five different receivers eclipsing 250 yards in catches.
Had the Georgia defense been able to hold a lead, this could very well have been one of the greatest teams in Georgia history.