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Georgia football defense wants to ‘make a statement’ against Michigan

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  • kirkhilleskirkhilles Posts: 1,082 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Actually, this is a good thing and should give us a solid shot at beating them. We do a WHOLE LOT BETTER stopping the run compared with a team that is a very serious passing threat.


    Look at the 3 teams:


    Passing Yards

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    Bama: 4,322

    Michigan: 2,470

    Georgia: 2,325


    Rushing

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    Michigan: 2,910

    Georgia: 2,534

    Bama: 1,919


    Our Rushing Yards per Attempt is identical at 5.3. We have more QB stats (yards, TDs, although more INTs too). Total Yards per game is pretty close (443 vs 452)


    So, if our D is better than theirs, in theory, we should be able to handle them.

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