Florida-Georgia by the Numbers

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Florida-Georgia by the Numbers


.818

Florida's winning percentage (18-4) against Georgia since 1990.

0

Games in which Georgia QB Aaron Murray has thrown for less than 100 yards.

3

Consecutive games in which Florida QB Jeff Driskel has thrown for less than 100 yards.

5

Cities that have hosted Florida-Georgia games (Jacksonville, Gainesville, Athens, Tampa and Savannah).

6

Victories over Georgia for Florida coaches in their second season (6-9-1 overall).

7

Florida's NCAA rank for total defense.

8

Players on Florida's team from Georgia.

9

Players on Georgia's team from Florida.

11

Florida's NCAA rank for the most penalties (55 for 462 yards, an average of 66 yards per game).

11.3

Average margin of victory in the game since 2000, That includes Florida's 49-10 victory in 2008 and 41-17 victory in 2009.

12.14

Average opponent score against the Gators this season.

13

Combined victories for the two teams entering the game. They had 10 last year.

15

Quarterback hurries for Georgia LB Jarvis Jones. He also has 5.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.

16

Touchdown passes for Georgia QB Aaron Murray, through seven games.

17

Florida defenders with at least one tackle for lost yardage this season. Eleven have sacks.

20

Games in which both teams were ranked in the AP poll the week they played. Florida is 11-8-1 in those meetings and has won 10 of the last 12. Before Steve Spurrier arrived in Gainesville, Georgia was 6-1-1 when both teams were ranked. The Gators are 7-4 when ranked higher.

23

Years since Georgia last won back-to-back in the rivalry.

24

Total punt return yards given up by Florida this season (1. …

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