GAINESVILLE, Fla. The last time the world saw Gators tight end Jordan Reed catch a pass in the middle of the field and race toward the end zone in the game's final moments, Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones knocked the ball loose and Georgia recovered.
The play sealed the Bulldogs' win over the then-unbeaten Gators two weeks ago in Jacksonville and left Reed in tears on the sideline and Florida's bid to win the SEC East much more treacherous. Fast forward to late in the fourth quarter Saturday and the Gators trailing Louisiana by a touchdown.
Facing a critical third-and-3 at Louisiana's 42, quarterback Jacoby Brissett took a shotgun snap and looked down field. There was Reed, running free down the middle of the field.
Brissett's 39-yard pass to Reed, who after catching the ball gained several more yards before being tackled at the Ragin' Cajuns' 3-yard line, set up Florida's tying score.
"I just wanted to make sure I didn't miss him," Brissett said. "I kind of feel I underthrew h...