Georgia and Michigan are gearing up to play in the Orange Bowl in Miami on Friday, December 31.

Both teams play a very similar style of football, so we should be in store for a great, physical football game with so much on the line.

Offensively, both teams look to run the ball and utilize the play action to impose their will on the defense. On the other side of the ball, it’s all about strength and speed, with Georgia and Michigan having great years defensively.

Now that the teams have arrived in Miami, here’s a look at how the Bulldogs and Wolverines stack up statistically ahead of their College Football Playoff game on Friday.

Scoring offense:

Georgia running back James Cook (4) celebrates touchdown during a football game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021. Syndication: The Knoxville News-Sentinel

Georgia: No. 7 in the nation, 39.4 PPG

Michigan: No. 12 in the nation, 37.7 PPG

Rushing offense:

Dec 4, 2021; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Michigan Wolverines running back Hassan Haskins (25) lines up in the second half against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia: No. 31 in the nation, 195 rushing YPG

Michigan: No. 10 in the nation, 223.8 rushing YPG

Passing offense:

ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 06: Stetson Bennett #13 of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts in the first half against the Missouri Tigers at Sanford Stadium on November 6, 2021 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

Georgia: No. 54 in the nation, 247.9 passing YPG

Michigan: No. 67 in the nation, 228.1 passing YPG

Total offense:

Oct 9, 2021; Lincoln, Nebraska, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara (12) hugs head coach Jim Harbaugh after a 32-29 win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dylan Widger-USA TODAY…

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