The Quick Slant: Florida 44, Georgia 28

 No. 8 FLORIDA 44, 
No. 5 GEORGIA 28, 

WHAT HAPPENED: Quarterback Kyle Trask and the eighth-ranked Gators spotted their rival a two-touchdown lead in the first quarter, but Trask and friends quickly flipped the script and bombarded the fifth-ranked Bulldogs with an offensive barrage that made a mockery of the Southeastern Conference’s top-rated defense and put Florida in control in the race for the East Division title. Trask passed for a career-high 474 yards and four touchdowns, all coming in the first half, as the Florida offense flattened Georgia, which came in allowing only 300 yards per game, to the tune of 571 total yards for the Gators’ first win in the series since 2016. UGA tailback Zamir White went 75 yards on the first play from scrimmage to put the Bulldogs ahead just 12 seconds into the game. After a UF three-and-out, UGA marched 61 yards in six plays with Stetson Bennett hitting Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint with a 32-yard touchdown pass to go up 14-0 barely four minutes in. From there, the rest of the half was all Gators, as UF outgained UGA 433 yards to just 44 in taking a 38-21 lead into the locker room, including a gorgeous 14-yard touchdown reception by

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