Georgia’s offense is less explosive but more consistent

The Morning Shift explains how Georgia's offense has gotten better despite being less explosive than last year

Georgia’s offense hasn’t been ripping off the big chunk plays this season that they have in year’s past. However, the Bulldogs are still averaging more points per game, more yards per pass attempt, and only slightly less yards per rushing attempt than they were last season. You’re probably wondering how that’s possible with a team that isn’t as explosive, well The Morning Shift broke it down for you this morning, and it all comes down to “consistency”.

In 2022 the Dawgs averaged 40.7 points per game, 9.0 yards per pass attempt, and 5.5 yards per rushing attempt. This season the number one team in college football is averaging 41.2 points per game, 9.3 yards per pass attempt, and 5.3 yards per rushing attempt.

This year’s Georgia’s offense just goes to show that being able to take the top off the defense every play isn’t that important when you can run the football as effectively as Georgia does, and when you can move the ball in the passing game as well as the Dawgs can.

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