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I keep losing track of which RB for Georgia is in jail every week...
The World's Largest Outdoor Party where Drinks are Served (seeing as I can't call it the you-know-what) pits two disappointing teams against each other.
In this corner, weighing in at 4-3, from Gainseville, Florida.... the 3-time loser in the past four weeks, the Florida Gators!
And in this corner, weighing in at 4-4, from Athens, Georgia.... the weirdest, most up-and-down team you'll ever see, the Georgia Bulldogs!
Prediction: The first quarter has little excitement, as UGA kicks a field goal for a 3-0 lead. Midway through the second, John Brantley finds Jeffrey Demps from 50 yards out, and Florida has a 7-3 lead. A field goal right before halftime gives the Gators a 10-3 lead.
In the third quarter, John Brantley fumbles after a sack, and UGA picks the ball up and returns it all the way to the one. Then, Aaron Murray keeps it on a QB sneak. Touchdown, Georgia! It's 10-10. After a Gators three-and-out, UGA moves down the field again, and Murray finds A.J. Green from 24 yards away. 17-10 Georgia! Florida picks up a first down, but then a bad snap leads to a turnover at the 35-yard line.
UGA drives into the fourth quarter, picking up a field goal to make it 20-10 in favor of the 'Dawgs. It's a 17-0 run for Georgia, then the wheels come off of Florida. Brantley throws an interception returned to the Gators' 45-yard line. Six plays later, Murray again finds A.J. Green from six yards out in the corner of the end zone. 27-10 Georgia. Florida then has another bad snap as the pressure continues to grow, and UGA recovers. Four plays later, whichever RB for UGA isn't in jail this week finds the end zone. 34-10, Georgia. Florida gets some life when they return the next kickoff for a touchdown and get a two-point conversion, but UGA responds by recovering the onside kick and scoring again with two minutes left. UGA gets very sweet revenge, using a 31-0 run and outscoring Florida 38-8 in the second half to send Florida spiraling down into a depression.
Georgia 41, Florida 18