Here are the five biggest takeaways from last night’s dominating win by the Georgia Bulldogs…

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1. Mike Bobo had his best playcalling game of the season — At times this season, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has come under fire due to questionable playcalling. That wasn’t the case Saturday night against Auburn. Bobo rightly stuck to his guns — Nick Chubb and Todd Gurley — and put the ball in their hands. The two combined for 48 carries on the night, while quarterback Huston Mason threw just 19 passing attempts. The result of Bobo’s strategy was 34 points for the Bulldogs and a dominating offensive performance.

2. Nick Chubb will be more effective than Todd Gurley — Coming into the season, Gurley was the obvious choice as No. 1 tailback for the ‘Dawgs. Now, it’s a different story. Gurley has earned the No. 1 spot with all that he has done during his career at UGA, but Nick Chubb is no normal true freshman. He’s running over SEC defenses like he’s still in high school. His performances over the last several weeks are nothing short of remarkable and Chubb’s lining up for a big finish to the season. If Georgia is able to get into the SEC Championship game, it wouldn’t surprise me to see Chubb be the team’s most productive back in that matchup. Of course, Georgia may not have a choice depending on how severe Gurley’s injury might be.

3. What was Mark Richt thinking? — Speaking of Gurley’s injury, what in the world was Mark Richt thinking? The game was in-hand and with only a few minutes left on the clock, there’s no reason for the starters, let alone Gurley, to be still playing. Unfortunately for Richt, Gurley went down with a non-contact injury to his left knee and by the looks of it on video, it’s worrisome. If Gurley indeed severely hurt his left knee, you can bet a lot of fingers will be pointing at Richt for putting his star running back in that position.

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4. The run defense is back — For most of the season, Georgia’s run defense was one of the best in the conference allowing just over 100 yards per game. But the last few weeks have been rough for the unit. UGA surrendered 418 rushing yards to Florida and then 214 yards to Kentucky. This weekend, however, the defense got back on track limiting Auburn’s potent rushing offense to just 150 yards and 4.3 yards per carry. Without establishing a strong running game, Auburn was unable to do much offensively and the Bulldogs held the Tigers to their lowest point total under Gus Malzahn.

5. UGA is most complete team in SEC East — The Bulldogs may not currently sit in first place within the SEC East, but I think it’s clear that they are the most complete team in the division. Offensively, there aren’t many defenses, if any at all, that can stop the combination of Gurley and Chubb. Mason is an efficient quarterback, although he won’t blow you away with big numbers. And defensively, UGA’s pass rush is among the best in the conference and the defense touts a great blend of upperclassmen along with young playmakers. You can bet that whichever SEC West team makes it to Atlanta does not want to face this UGA squad.

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