--QB Aaron Murray leads the SEC in passing yards per game (346.7), throwing seven TDs to just two interceptions. Murray passed for three TDs last week and added a one-yard TD run during Georgia's 45-21 win over North Texas. Murray now ranks third in the SEC all time in total offense at 11,352 yards.
--RB Todd Gurley leads the SEC in rushing at 125.7 yards per game. Gurley has rushed for four TDs and an average of 6.0 yards per carry. The sophomore running back will face a tough challenge this week against LSU's physical defensive front.
--LB Leonard Floyd is showing promise as a pass-rushing outside linebacker. The true freshman posted his first two career sacks against North Texas. For the season, Floyd has 12 tackles, two sacks and one fumble recovery.
--S Tray Matthews had his first career interception last week against North Texas and was strong in pass coverage with two pass breakups. For the season, Matthews has 14 tackles, including a half-tackle for loss.
--QB Zach Mettenberger will be in the spotlight even more than usual as he returns home to where he started his college career before being kicked off the Georgia team after an arrest. He has been a primary reason the Tigers have accumulated more than 400 yards in total offense in each of the first four games.
--RB Jeremy Hill had a career-high 184 yards and three touchdowns against Auburn last week. As good as Mettenberger has been, the key to the offense has been the ability to balance the more efficient passing game with a strong running game, spearheaded by Hill.
--LB D.J. Welter is coming off a game in which he had a career-high 11 tackles. In his first season as a starter, he has been solid in the middle of the Tigers' base defense.
--S Craig Loston is by far the most experienced player in the secondary and his ability to recognize formations and line up the rest of the secondary accordingly will be key against Georgia's passing game.