From Bill Connelly's ever-essential Numerical, a weekly delving into college football stats:
Georgia also attempted the "keep-away" gambit, pulling off three similar second-half drives. The difference for the Bulldogs: all three drives resulted in missed field goals. Luckily, they were playing Ole Miss, and Ole Miss has no offense: the Rebels gained just 183 yards (3.3 per play), and Georgia won easily, 27-13.
18.9: Average gain, in yards, of the eight passes directed at Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill against North Carolina. If he had caught a wide-open bomb in the fourth quarter, the average would have been 25.6. But since the Yellow Jackets won (35-28), and since Hill made a spectacular, one-handed catch earlier in the game, he's forgiven.