One of the reasons the Georgia Bulldogs were so efficient on offense is they were able to have balance when it comes to running and throwing the football.
Before the season, everyone knew that the passing game would be just fine because of the return of quarterback Aaron Murray.
But running backs Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley burst onto the scene and made the Bulldogs a legitimate national championship contender.
The Bulldogs finished with 184 rushing yards per game, which put them fourth in the SEC and 42nd in the country.
But next year, those numbers should be better. In fact, the Bulldogs have a chance to lead the nation rushing.