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September 8, 2012
By The Numbers: Georgia
After each game, PowerMizzou.com will take a look at the key numbers that determined the outcome. Today, we continue with Missouri's 42-20 loss to Georgia.
3: The number of turnovers Georgia forced on Saturday. Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw one interception, and the Tigers fumbled the ball three times, losing two.
4: The number of third downs Missouri converted into first downs, out of 18 on Saturday night.
5: The number of third downs Georgia converted into first downs, out of 16 on Saturday night.
6: The number of yards Georgia had to obtain to score the final two touchdowns of the game. At that point, it was a seven-point lead for the Bulldogs. Two turnovers later, Missouri trailed by three touchdowns.
17: First downs for Georgia.
18: First downs for Missouri.
41: Pass attempts for Franklin. It's the third time in Franklin's career that he's eclipsed 40 passing attempts in a game. All three times resulted in Missouri losses.
69: Yards traveled by L'Damian Washington on a touchdown pass from Franklin. It was the longest play of both players' careers, and the longest pass play for Missouri since 2009.
113: Rushing yards by Georgia. That's the fewest rushing yards Missouri has surrendered to a ranked conference opponent since 2010 against Oklahoma (99).
371: Total yards by Missouri. The Tigers outgained Georgia by 16 yards.