With control of the SEC East division up for grabs, the undefeated No. 2 Florida Gators continued their sloppy play in the third quarter and find themselves trailing the Georgia Bulldogs by the score of 10-6 after three quarters of play at EverBank Field.
After entering halftime down just 1 point, the Gators were completely dominated in the third quarter by the stout Bulldogs defense. Florida turned the ball over two more times in the third quarter and helped the Bulldogs score 3 more points.
Those points off the leg of Bulldogs kicker Marshall Morgan would be the only points scored in the quarter and they came after Gators sophomore quarterback Jeff Driskel threw his second interception of the game. Driskel has completed just 12 of 23 passes for 149 yards.
Despite five turnovers, the Gators find themselves down just 4 points with one quarter of play left. Will they be able to pull a comeback after playing from behind all game?