Posted November 02, 2013 on florida.scout.com
The Florida Gators continued their string of losses with their third in a row Saturday. This time at the hands of hated rival Georgia. The Gators looked dead in the water falling behind 17-0, but rallied from a 23-3 deficit at halftime to trail just 23-20 at the start of the fourth quarter.
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