The Cards have played NINE Top 50 defenses in 2014, Georgia will be the 4th best defense of the season behind Clemson, Boston College, and Miami (FL).
At the end of the season the Cards strung together 4 consecutive 400+ yard games in a row, and in those games 3 were the most productive yardage totals of the season. Louisville was able to do this using 3 different quarterbacks in the final 4 games of the season, losing Will Gardner vs. Boston College and Reggie Bonnafon in the 2nd quarter vs. Kentucky. Louisville’s offense may have finished slow, but it finished FAST.
On average Louisville has gained about 23 yards more than its opponent typically allows, and failed to gain as much as allowed 3 different times in 2014..and just once past September 20th. Georgia allows 334 yards per game, this range suggests Louisville should be able to gain 355-357 yards.
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Georgia played just three Top 50 offenses in 2014. Louisville will be the 6th best offense the Bulldogs have played this season behind Clemson, Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, & Auburn.
UGA allowed 400+ yards of offense 5 different times and under 300 yards of offense on 4 separate occasions.
Georgia limits opponents average offense by about 56 yards less than they are accustomed or 86.62%. Louisville gains 396.3 yards per game, and based on UGA’s performance for the season the Cards should expect to gain 341-343 yards, slightly lower than what we found while examining the Louisville side.
|Total Offense||Georgia Allowed vs.||Deviation from Avg.||% Gained of Avg|
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