Florida over Georgia: How they scored

JACKSONVILLE - A look at the scoring in Georgia's 14-10 loss to Florida.

First quarter

Key moment: Georgia's first play was a sweet one, but Joe Tereshinski's pass to Martrez Milner was off-target, but catchable. The Bulldog offense went from a nice opening play and first down into sluggishness while Florida was sharp.

Key stat: Florida had four times as many first downs - 8-2 - and nearly four times the total offense, 113-33 in yards.

The man: Leak looked like the quarterback who drove Florida down the field for the game-winner two years ago, and like the quarterback who was expected to make Florida a legitimate contender. He was 7 of 10 for 52 yards and a score, plus a 3-yard TD run.

Score: Florida 14, Georgia 0

Second quarter

Key moment: Deshawn Wynn never got the handoff from Leak and the ball rolled off his knee to UGA's Tony Taylor on the Bulldog six. While Georgia didn't try to do anything with 54 seconds left, the turnover prevented Florida from scoring and going up 21-3 at halftime.

Key stat: Zero, the number of points scored by Florida despite continuing to move the ball. The Gators had 99 yards and five first downs but converted none of that into points.

The man: Joe Tereshinski finally got going a little bit with three completions, but also came up with a big 20-yard run to keep the field-goal drive going.

Score: Florida 14, Georgia 3

Third quarter

Key moment: Georgia missed an early field goal, then the defense forced a punt. Florida was penalized on the punt, then shanked a 29-yarder onthe second try, giving Georgia the ball at the Gator 49. The Bulldogs drove and scored on an improbable pass play from Thomas Brown to Tereshinski.

Key stat: Georgia had 98 yards on 19 plays, usuing up about nine minutes and keeping the Gator defense on the field in pulling to within 14-10

The man: Punter Eric Wilbur stunned Georgia when he took off for 20 yards on a fake punt on fourth and 2 from the Gator 39. The Gators stalled and kicked again, but pushed Georgia back to the 8 and sucked away Bulldog momentum after the score.

Score: Florida 14, Georgia 10

Fourth quarter

Key moment: Georgia, after two very conservative calls, settled for a 52-yard field goal try by Brandon Coutu, who'd already missed one. He had plenty of leg, but the kick hit the right upright and bounded away with 7:41 left in the game. Florida ate up the next 4:31 before punting, and Georgia's final possession managed only one first down

Key stat: Zero, which is what Georgia scored despite seven more first downs and 61 more yards total offense.

The man: Georgia tailback Danny Ware ran six times for 41 yards on what sure looked like a scoring drive early in the fourth, but it was wasted after a missed field goal.

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