The fourth quarter of the Georgia-Florida game will go down as one of the better quarters in the series as both teams went back-and-forth as far as scoring. The Georgia Bulldogs got the scoring started with a Washaun Ealey 4-yard touchdown run to cut the Florida Gators lead t21-16. Florida was able to answer with a Chas Henry 34-yard field goal to put the Gators up by eight.
But Georgia was not going to go down with out a fight, as Aaron Murray threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Orson Charles and Murray also converted the 2-point play to tie the game at 24.
Florida had an answer for that, with a Trey Burton 51-yard touchdown run to put the Gators up once again. But Murray had another response for Florida with a 15-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green to tie the game at 31 and that score stood going into overtime.
Georgia got possession first in overtime and it was not a good series because Murray threw his third interception of the game to Will Hill. That led to a Henry 37-yard field goal and the Gators come out on top in a thriller.
It's a disappointing loss for the Bulldogs, but they did everything they could to get back in the game and try to win after being down 21-7 at halftime. It goes to show turnovers can be the difference between a win and a loss, and for the Bulldogs, they committed too many turnovers and it came back to hurt them at the end.