Ok so next up for the Gators was Georgia at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.
First Quarter: Georgia began the game by winning the toss, but differing possession to the second half. This allowed the Gators, with possession, to march down the field to take an early lead. Tebow completed a 22yard pass to Riley Cooper to score. This touchdown marked the second time this season the Gators had scored from the opening drive. With just 3min 20sec left the Cooper/Tebow combo scored again. The score followed a forced punt from Georgia and capped off an 11 play drive, with a 29yard touchdown pass. The first quarter finished with the Gators ahead 14-0.
Second Quarter: The Bulldogs scored on their first possession of the quarter when kicker Blair Walsh scored a 49 yard field goal, to narrow the scores to 14-3. More points for the Bulldogs followed when Georgia forced Florida to punt on their next drive. Cox then completed a 26yard pass to Aron White, scores now 14-10. On a tight third and 16 Aaron Hernandez would rush for 17 yards. This would set up Caleb Sturgis to score a 56 yard field goal. This score being the second longest field goal in Gator history. The Gators took advantage of another punt from Georgia, Tebow then passed for 23 yards to Brandon James who scored. This made the scores 24-10.
Third Quarter: The Gators would intercept the ball at the start of the third quarter. Jones would then set up Tim Tebow for another rushing touchdown. The Gators lead 31-10 with 13min 30sec on the clock. The Bulldogs would reply quickly with another score, driving 79 yards downfield on14 plays. Cox would pass for four yards to Michael Moore, scores not 31-17 with the extra point.
Fourth Quarter: The teams traded possession early in the fourth quarter with the Gators defence forcing two turnovers. It was after one of these turnovers that the Gators would score. Sturgis completed a 44yard field goal to put the Gators ahead 34-17. With the Bulldogs deep in their own endzone a Logan Gray pass was intercepted by Spikes and taken for a five yard touchdown rush. This brought the finals scores to 41-17 to the Gators.