Georgia Bulldogs beat Florida in Overtime Thriller
The Georgia Bulldogs beat the Florida Gators in an overtime thriller on Saturday, November 7. The game was a highly anticipated matchup between two top teams and ended with the Bulldogs winning 37-27.
First Half Action
The first half was back and forth between the two teams, with the Bulldogs leading 17-14 by halftime. The Bulldogs were led by quarterback Jake Fromm who threw for 242 yards and two touchdowns in the first half.
Second Half Comeback
In the second half, Florida was able to take the lead 25-17 after scoring a touchdown and a field goal. However, the Bulldogs didn’t give up and were able to tie the score 25-25 at the end of regulation.
Overtime and the Bulldogs Win!
In overtime, the Bulldogs were able to score a touchdown and a field goal to win the game 37-27. Fromm finished the game with 354 yards and three touchdowns and was named the MVP of the game.
What Does This Win Mean?
The win was huge for the Bulldogs, as it solidified their position as one of the top teams in college football and put them in contention to win the SEC East division. The win also meant a lot to the team, as it was the first win against Florida in three years.
The Georgia Bulldogs are on a roll after their win against Florida. The team is poised to make a run for the division title and playoff berth and have proven they will fight to the end. It’s going to be an exciting the rest of the season and the Bulldogs have put themselves in a great position to make their mark in college football.