Georgia Vs. Florida Final Score: Dawgs Win, Dawgs Win, Dawgs Win

In one of the sloppier games in a traditionally sloppy series, the Georgia Bulldogs beat the Florida Gators, 24-20, to reach 6-2 on the season. UGA's now win six in a row, while Florida's dropped four straight.

Eighteen penalties, 14 of them by Florida. Three fumbles and an interception. Three fourth-down conversions. Two kick returns of more than 60 yards. Three missed field goals. 68 pass attempts, 27 completions.

And none of that means a thing, because the Dawgs just established themselves as the SEC East favorites, broke a portion of a curse and definitively shut down Mark Richt's hot seat.

Offensive game balls go to Chris Conley (37 yards and a clutch catch), Tavarres King (44 yards and a TD) and Isaiah Crowell (80 yards), while Jarvis Jones (four sacks and a forced fumble) should have something named after him in Athens. Richard Samuel, who bulled his way for a touchdown and produced the clinching first down, should also get recognition.

Game balls all around.

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For more on this game check out Dawg Sports for Georgia coverage, Alligator Army for Florida coverage, and SB Nation's college football main page for fun of all kinds. 

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