That's what the Bulldogs want from Stafford, who never has completed more than 56 percent of his passes in a season. Georgia's annual goal for its quarterbacks is 62 percent, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said.
"I think he's very capable of doing that this year," Bobo said. "It's not just the quarterback. It's from protection to the things you can call. It's running good routes, making plays when the ball is not right there, (but) just talking as the quarterback coach, if he plays better, I think the other guys will pick up their play."
Stafford isn't worried that the coaches are trying to stifle his play-making, he said.
"I don't think they're trying to make me not make plays or anything like that, it's just when an opportunity is there, make sure you take it," he said. "You need to look at (completion percentage) because that's efficiency, that means you're moving the ball, you're converting on third down. Sixty-two percent is good. I'd love to be more than that, but that's definitely something to shoot for."