Breaking down Georgia-Auburn by the numbers

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Breaking down Georgia-Auburn by the numbers

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Georgia special teams players celebrate with Mecole Hardman after he downed South Carolina inside the five yard line on a punt during the second half of a NCAA college football game on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in Athens. Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com

Breaking down the Georgia-Auburn matchup by the numbers:

Georgia (updated national stat rankings)

31

Total offense (445.7 yards per game)

8

Rushing offense (279.3 ypg)

114

Passing offense (166.3 ypg)

9

Passing efficiency (162.5)

8

Passing yards per attempt (9.2).

22

Scoring offense (36.6 points per game)

4

Total defense (254.1 ypg)

5

Rushing defense (89.0 ypg)

7

Passing defense (165.1).

2

Opponents passing yards per attempt (5.3)

3

Scoring defense (11.7 ppg)

Auburn (updated national stat rankings)

22

Total offense (466.1 ypg)

19

Rushing offense (236.7 ypg)

64

Passing offense (229.4 ypg)

11

Passing efficiency rating (159.1)

10

Passing yards per attempt (9.0)

20

Scoring offense (36.9 ppg)

14

Total defense (307.2 ypg)

24

Rushing defense (126.4 ypg)

20

Passing defense (180.8)

20

Pass efficiency defense (111.8)

9

Scoring defense 16.9)

More stats

158-50

Auburn scoring margin in four home games this year, wins over Georgia Southern, Mercer, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

49-10 and 31-3

Margin of victory over Mississippi State for, respectively, Auburn and then Georgia. Both were home games.

51-14 and 53-28

Margin of victory over Missouri for, respectively, Auburn and then Georgia. The Auburn game was in Missouri while Georgia played at home.

3

Jake Fromm national rank — and first in the SEC — in pass efficiency rating.

13

Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham national rank in pass efficiency rating.

33:24

Georgia average time of possession.

31:09

Auburn average time of possession.

+3

Georgia turnover margin.

+1

Auburn turnover margin.

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