By The Numbers

Interesting Facts and Figures from Georgia's Capital One Bowl win over Purdue.




Number of overtime games in the previous 57 Capital One (formerly Citrus and Tangerine) Bowl games.

1
David Greene's rushing total on five tries, only the fourth time this year he's finished a game with positive yardage on the ground.

2
Number of games Purdue quarterback Kyle Orton has finished with negative yardage, Thursday being the second. He had minus 8 against Wake Forest in early September.

2.2 
Average rushing gain for both teams, Georgia getting 2.4 and Purdue 2.0.


Number of times this season Purdue's been held to less than 300 yards total offense, including the 289 gained against Georgia. The Boilermakers had 223 against Notre Dame and 242 against Michigan.

4
Number of times Georgia has opened the game with a touchdown in its initial drive. UGA also did it against Clemson, UAB, and Kentucky, all Bulldog wins.


Different Bulldogs caught at least two passes in the game.

14 
Number of career 100-yard receiving games for Purdue's John Standeford.

15 
Number of total tackles for Purdue's Landon Johnson, who took game honors. Teammates N. Koutouvides had 11 tackles and Stanley Schweigert 10.

20 
Number of penalties in the game, each team getting 10, which is above average for Georgia (8.4) and Purdue (6.3)

27 
Kregg Lumpkin's total number of carries was a season high for Georgia. Michael Cooper had 22 for 93 yards against Vanderbilt.

33 
Difference yardage between Georgia's 440 yards and Purdue's previous high allowed this year, 407 in the season-opener against Bowling Green.

33.5 
Total career sacks for Purdue's Shaun Phillips, who had one of Purdue's three for the day.

80 
David Greene's winning percentage as Georgia's starting quarterback

97 
Yards lost rushing for both teams, 48 for Purdue and 49 for Georgia.

409 
Billy Bennett's career points after Saturday's two field goals and four PAT kicks, the total ranking him second in NCAA history.

64,565 
Thursday's attendance, a little below the 65,438 capacity and shy of last year's 66,334 for Auburn's 13-9 win over Penn State.

5,062,500
The payout per team for the Capital One Bowl, up about $62,00 from a year ago.

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