By the Numbers...

Dave McMahon, Staff
GA Varsity

Here is a deeper look after Georgia's 45-14 victory over Vanderbilt -  by the numbers.

5 - Georgia players this season who have at least 125 rushing yards (Chubb - 618, Michel - 406, Swift - 264, Holyfield -130, Herrien - 125).

13 – Number of games in which Nick Chubb has had two touchdown runs including Saturday.

15 – Yards gained on Elijah Holyfield’s first career touchdown run.

23-for-23 - Georgia in the red zone this season (17 for TD, 6 for FG).

37 – Career touchdown rushes by Nick Chubb. He is second all-time at Georgia.

41.7 – Percentage of receptions by Terry Godwin this season that have resulted in touchdowns (5-for-12).

44 – Uniform number of Juwan Taylor who made his first career start at linebacker. He was the 12th first-time starter this season.

45 – Total points by Georgia on Saturday… It was the third game this season in which they have scored 40+ points (last season, Georgia had zero 40+ point games).

50Sony Michel’s touchdown run in the third quarter (second ever TD run that was 50 or more yards).

56 – Number of Georgia wins over Vanderbilt. The number is tied for third for most wins that the Dawgs have had against an opponent (tied with Kentucky).

59 - Punting yards by Cameron Nizialek on his only punt of the game. He had a 59-yard punt last week, too. Both are season bests for Nizialek.

60 – Total points allowed this season through six games (last season through six games Georgia allowed 168). The 60 is also the fewest allowed in the SEC and the second fewest in the FBS (behind Penn State's 54).

71.4 - Completion percentage combined by Georgia quarterbacks on Saturday (Jake Fromm 7-for-11 and Jacob Eason 3-for-3).

+150 – Georgia scoring margin this season over opponents. Last season Georgia’s scoring margin was +7.

423 – Yards Rushing by the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt… the 6th most in school history… School record is 502 vs. South Carolina in 1974.

2005 – The last season in which Georgia started the season 6-0. It was also the last season in which they won the Southeastern Conference.

2,817 – Career yards rushing by Sony Michel… He passed Rodney Hampton and Knowshon Moreno and is now in sixth place all-time at Georgia.

4,042 – Career yards rushing by Nick Chubb… He passed Emmitt Smith, Anthony Dixon and Charles Alexander on the all-time SEC list. He is in seventh place and is eight yards away from Dalton Hilliard.

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