Offensive Coordinator: Todd Monken
Leading Passer: Stetson Bennett
Leading Rusher: Kenny McIntosh
Leading Receiver: Brock Bowers
Placekicker: Jack Podlesny
Total Offense Per Game: 501.2 yards
Total Touchdowns: 75
Points Per Game: 41.1
In 2021, Georgia won their first national championship since 1980 by riding a generational defense with some heady-steady play by quarterback Stetson Bennett and the Georgia offense.
A year later, the Bulldogs repeated as national champions, and while the defense was still among the best in the nation, it was the Georgia offense that had everyone talking.
Surprisingly, in terms of star power, this Georgia offense might have looked peaked on paper. Bennett was a former walk-on quarterback, none of the running backs carried that 5-star Georgia pedigree fans were used to, and the best wide receiver on the team, Ladd McConkey, was a 3-star prospect coming out of high school who didn’t even rank among the top 150 wideouts in the nation.
Tight end Brock Bowers was one of the only highly-touted players on the Georgia offense, and he showed what he could do on a weekly basis.
Yet this group of scrappy, unheralded players put together the greatest offense in the history of Georgia football, setting records for nearly every offensive category there is, both as a unit and for individual play.
How ’bout THEM Dawgs!