And while Richt doesn't want to get crazy with statistics, I just look at one chart.
Strange 6-4 season when you've beaten the teams at 2, 3 and 4. With a game left against Kentucky and Mizzou having to play Johnny Football's Aggies, there's a decent chance of Georgia finishing top eight. But that would take a better than good effort against Tech in the season finale, a team known to get their yards in mass chunks.
Regardless, there's soon to be some serious evaluation going on in Butts-Mehre. It was easy to blame inexperience early in the season. But 10 games against the 2013 schedule no longer a freshman makes. So can the walk match the talk this weekend and next?