Where Georgia’s offense ranks nationally in key stats after Week 1

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Georgia’s offense was a thing of beauty on Saturday night in its 49-3 win over the Oregon Ducks.

From the start, the Dawgs were rolling. They finished the game with 571 total yards, converted on 9 of 10 third downs and scored seven touchdowns in Atlanta.

Obviously it’s early and where teams rank in key stats on a national level will sort itself out soon enough, but after one week Georgia’s offense looks to be one of the most high-powered in the nation.

Here’s a look at where Georgia ranks nationally in key offensive stats after the first week:

Scoring offense: No. 22

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Points per game: 49

Rushing offense: No. 84

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Rushing yards per game: 132

Passing offense: No. 4

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Passing yards per game: 439

Stetson Bennett: 368

Carson Beck: 71

Total offense: No. 13

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Total yards per game: 571

First downs: No. 29

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First downs per game: 26

Penalties: No. 100

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Penalty yards per game: 75

3rd-down conversions: No. 2

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Third down conversion rate: 90%

Plays of 20-plus yards: No. 10

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Plays of 20-plus yards per game: 9

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire