The Florida Gators are perfectly situated to make a big run at the national championship in 2012, but they have a huge hurdle on Saturday when they meet the Georgia Bulldogs in a game where the Gators can clinch the SEC Eastern Division.
Florida Atlantic scored only one touchdown against lower-division Wagner.
Coming off an impressive fourth quarter domination of the Missouri Tigers, the Georgia Bulldogs are looking to take out any lingering frustration on the Florida Atlantic Owls this Saturday.
Georgia dropped its chance to add an SEC championship to its comeback season. And the Bulldogs did it over and over again.
Fans won’t find Florida anywhere in the mix, but after Saturday’s games, there’s little doubt that the Southeastern Conference is the most dominant conference in college football.
Georgia coach Mark Richt took several steps toward midfield with his son draped around his neck. His players and assistant coaches were in the background, celebrating in the same end zone that caused such a stir during the Bulldogs’ last win against Florida.
When University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt leads his Bulldogs team on the field Saturday, he’ll be coaching against his biggest rival, Florida, and coaching for his career at Georgia.