Those numbers were not mentioned by Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino in his Monday press briefing, but by listening to him it was apparent that how the Razorbacks run the ball might be a big factor in who wins Saturday night in Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Petrino said the running game was a major focus last week when the Hogs had a bye week to prepare for the Bulldogs.
"The offensive line made great strides in practice last week," Petrino said of the open date work. "We improved our technique. We are playing faster. You can see the focus on what coach (Mike) Summers is stressing. They are coming off the ball.
"The timing of our blocking is better. The backs are hitting their tracks better. When you work with as many backs as we have, it's sometimes hard to get that timing. But we got better with that area last week."
The Hogs used the open date to not only polish the running game, but concentrate on special teams and also put in some extra work in the weight room. The weight room was not designed to hold, but to add strength. Petrino thinks they did that.
"We got in four good lifting days and some conditioning," Petrino said. "We are not only in a great place with our physical condition, but our mental condition."
As for the special teams work, Petrino said he wasn't sure if there would be a change in punt returners. He said that would be decided this week after Joe Adams had a little trouble fielding punts in the opener. He also was not clear whether Alex Tejada or Cameron Bryan would handle kickoff duties.
"It's hard to simulate live game conditions in punt returns," Petrino said. "So that's hard to decide just yet."
Joe Adams said he would like another chance and noted he tried to run before he got the first one, a fumble.
"Dennis Johnson had returned the first kickoff for a touchdown and I was really trying to do the same thing," Adams said. "I just got ahead of myself. Right now, I am rotating with Michael Smith and Jerell Norton. I'd like another chance to get back there. We are working hard on that."
The Hogs paid careful attention to the Georgia-South Carolina game. There were a lot of points, but many were the result of mistakes by the other side.
"There were a lot of errors," Petrino said. "It was a great football game and Georgia made a lot of improvement. They put in more work on their power running game. It was a game that South Carolina made some yards in the passing game and a game that special teams played a big part."
Petrino said the Hogs "won't have any trouble being emotionally ready" for the Georgia game, now set for 6:45 p.m. and an ESPN audience.
"It's a big game for sure," Petrino said. "We know that everyone will be watching. It's important for recruiting. But I never thought a lot about this game being bigger than others. All games are big."
Petrino said the matchups in the Georgia game will be difficult, especially when it comes to covering wideout A. J. Green.
"They move him around and they find ways to get him in one-on-one coverage," Petrino said. "He is tall with long, long arms."
Petrino had praise for Georgia quarterback Joe Cox.
"He did a great job of executing their offense with one exception," Petrino said. "He took care of the ball except for one play. He's a fiery leader and his team responds to him. Our job is to take his plays out of the game.
"What I saw from Georgia, they did a nice job in this game of coming back and coming up with an answer at the right time.
"Again, they played great football, but they were not error free. There were 24 penalties in the game. It was a wild, exciting game. I'm sure they feel like they didn't do everything right, but they won the game."
Petrino said he didn't have a history with Georgia head coach Mark Richt, but he did know some members of his staff. Defensive coordinator Willie Martinez has been a visitor to Petrino's staff both when he was at Louisville and with the Atlanta Falcons.
"He and his defensive coaches came to see us practice at Louisville to look at what we were doing," Petrino said. "He spent some time with us in Atlanta, too."
Petrino said it's been tough to know where to put Wade Grayson the past week in practice. Grant Cook, starting weakside guard, was bothered early in the week with a sore ankle.
"We had Grayson at guard with Grant's ankle bothering him," Petrino said. "But I told him to get back and work at center as the week went along. It's been tough on Wade. He's going to play a lot, but I'm sure he doesn't like starting the game on the sideline. Balancing what to do with Wade is one of the toughest challenges we have right now. He can do both. I do like the way he's handled this situation."
Petrino was asked what role Tyler Wilson would play at quarterback.
"We haven't thought about what to do there," Petrino said, effectively dodging that question.
Petrino expects the Hogs to be fresh in this game, as much mentally as physically.
"I think that is more mental than anything," he said when asked if the Hogs would be heavy legged like they seemed to be early last season.
"I think this year we understand things a lot more. That can be what they are doing as far as the system and as far as preparations and routine. I think they understand what we are trying to get done in the weight room and how to prepare themselves for practice. They know that we are going to have short practices on Thursday to freshhen their legs.
"They are just learning everything we do and that helps them mentally."