By the numbers: Georgia Tech vs. North Carolina

October 15, 2016 Atlanta - Georgia Tech quarterback Justin Thomas (5) runs for a touchdown in the first half at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, October 15, 2016. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

October 15, 2016 Atlanta – Georgia Tech quarterback Justin Thomas (5) runs for a touchdown in the first half at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, October 15, 2016. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

A by-the-numbers look at Georgia Tech’s game against North Carolina on Saturday in Chapel Hill:

6.4

Yards per play for Georgia Tech’s offense. They are third in the ACC.

6.5

Yards per play for North Carolina’s offense. They are second in the ACC.

18.5

Yards per completion for Georgia Tech’s offense. It’s the highest in the ACC.

23.5

Points per game allowed by Georgia Tech’s defense.

24:37

Time of possession average for North Carolina’s offense. It’s 127th in FBS.

27

Points per game allowed by North Carolina’s defense.

28.1

Points per game for Georgia Tech’s offense.

32.5

Points per game for North Carolina’s offense.

38.5

Percent conversion rate allowed by North Carolina’s defense.

40.7

Net yards per punt for North Carolina. It’s the second-highest average in the ACC.

44.7

Percent conversion rate on third downs for Georgia Tech’s offense.

47.7

Percent conversion rate on third downs for North Carolina’s offense.

50.9

Percent conversion rate on third downs for Georgia Tech’s opponents.

54

Tackles for Donnie Moss, fifth-most in the ACC.

54

in offensive efficiency for North Carolina, according to footballoutsiders.com. The stat is a value generated per possession adjusted for the strength of opponent defenses faced. Tech is ninth.

71.2

Percent completion rate for North Carolina’s Mitch Trubisky.

134

Plays of at least 10 yards for North Carolina. They are 33rd in FBS. Tech has 107.

136.6

Rushing yards per game for North Carolina. They are 12th in the ACC.

202.8

Rushing yards per game allowed by North Carolina. They are last in the ACC.

247.6

Rushing yards per game for Georgia Tech. They are second in the ACC behind Louisville.

301

Passing yards per game for North Carolina’s offense.

376.6

Yards per game allowed by Georgia Tech’s defense.

386.4

Yards per game for Georgia Tech’s offense.

396.8

Yards per game allowed by North Carolina’s defense.

437.6

Yards per game for North Carolina’s offense.

480

Plays run by Georgia Tech’s offense this season. They are last in the ACC.

542

Plays run by North Carolina’s offense this season. They are 12th in the ACC.

678

Receiving yards for North Carolina’s Ryan Switzer. That total is second in the ACC.

2,378

Total yards for North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky. That ranks third in the ACC behind Syracuse’s Eric Dungey and Louisville’s Lamar Jackson.

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