Georgia returns to action Saturday against Troy, and let’s look inside some of the numbers:

The Good

40: The number of points per game the Bulldogs are averaging through its first two games. Though we haven’t seen much from Hutson Mason in the passing game, Georgia coaches have to be pleased that the Bulldogs have put up 45 and 35 points in its first two games respectively.

0: The number of turnovers the Bulldogs have committed. Georgia has been very good with ball security in its first two outings this season. If they can continue to win the turnover battle, it will be tough for teams to beat them.

9.4: yards per carry Todd Gurley is averaging in 2014. The guy simply refuses to be tackled. He’s averaging 164.5 yards per game and is on pace to amass more than 1,600 yards this season.

The Bad

161: Passing yards the Bulldogs are averaging. Mason threw for 191 against South Carolina, but most were check-downs or short to intermediate throws. Mason and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo will have to throw the ball downfield and space the defense out to keep opposing defenses honest.

15: The number of penalties Georgia has committed in two games. Flags at crucial times plagued the Bulldogs in the loss to South Carolina. If the Bulldogs are going to still contend for an SEC East title, they have to cut down on penalties.

88: Percent Georgia’s opponents are converting in the red zone. If opponents are able to get inside the Georgia 20, it could prove to be a long day for Jeremy Pruitt’s defense.