JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Kyle Trask had another four-touchdown night, becoming the first quarterback in Southeastern Conference history to accomplish the feat in five consecutive games, and No. 8 Florida beat fifth-ranked and undermanned Georgia 44-28. The Gators ended a three-game losing streak in the rivalry known as the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" and now have a stranglehold on the SEC’s East Division. The Bulldogs were likely eliminated from College Football Playoff consideration and probably have a quarterback competition moving forward.
Trask, Florida upend Georgia 44-28 in 'Cocktail Party'
Kyle Trask's 474 passing yards are the most against Georgia in UGA's history.