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Georgia, far from perfect, still dominant over Auburn.

Josh Hancher

Georgia's offense was not a as electric as fans have grown accustomed. Although, the running game picked up where it left it after the Missouri game.  Georgia ran it 39 times for 7.9 per attempt.  59% success rate and .516 EPA was more than enough to get it done while the pass offense was, well, not good. 5.6 yards per attempt on 33 attempts and 42% succes rate.  As "meh" as the pas offense was, in addition to the rush offense, the defense swarmed and harassed Auburn's young QB allowing just 21% success rate and 4.3 YPP. Much of that on the 62 yard TD which was helped by some missed tackling.  Without that, Auburn was und 3 yards per attempt and 19% success rate.

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It is interesting to note that Georgia did not call a single pass in the red zone, running it 11 times for 6.0 YPA and 91% success rate.  Rick Neuheiseln was highly complementary of the offensive line and was easy to see that this unit not only got yards and TDs, but wore down the Tiger defense.

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Bennett spoke with CBS sideline reporter after the game and said that the offense needed its "moxie" back.  Clearly, he thinks the offense is not in sync as it was for the Oregon and USC game which were two of the most efficient offensive games this century for Georgia.  Still, seeing a productive run game with McIntosh and Edwards who came in for the banged up Kendall Milton is good news. 


Split by down and period

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