ATHENS – Georgia football begins its most complete performance of the season in Jacksonville, a 24-17 victory over rival Florida, which was played one great game after another.
Coach Kirby Smart was most proud of his team's performance and performance, whether he converted 12 of 18 third down attempts and not turned the football over or made the Gators one-dimensional, keeping them at 19 yards rushing.
There were, however, individual games of convexity, from Lawrence Cager's 52-yard TD catch, to Brian Harien's amazing one-handed catch and 30-yard Andre Swift passing through traffic.
Defensive freshman Azeez Ojulari continued All-SEC level with quarterback and jumbo nose tackle Jordan Davis was agile enough to get his first sack of the season with rising defensive end Malik Herring.
Safety Richard LeConté set the tone for defense in Gates' first drive, when expert Lee broke a fourth pass intended for Kyle Pitts at 6 feet.
Meanwhile, Georgia's Eli Wolf put the game on the ice as he adjusted to Jake Fromm's pass on a 22-yard roll.
Smart said he was kind of a college football, and he was proud of Georgia fans behind the program.
This shows that DawgNation is capable," Smart said. "There were some heavy tides in this game, their fans were back in it, our fans were back in it. But this is it. This is a hell of a rivalry game. "
Georgia's incredible film crew captured the most incredible plays of the game, from the push of Dominic Blalock on.
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