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Saturday, October 29, 2016 at Everbank Field (Jacksonville, FL) Gators 24, Bulldogs 10The Florida Gators came put on top against the Georgia Bulldogs with a final score of 24-10. Each quarter the Gators were able to score while the Bulldogs were scoreless in the second half of the game, giving Florida the opportunity to get ahead. Both sides of the field the teams played a strong defense game, but with the Gators playing stronger they dominated the third quarter. The 2016 Florida vs Georgia was in high demand with an average ticket price of $143 for the EverBank Field game.
Saturday, October 31, 2015 at Everbank Field (Jacksonville, FL) Gators 27, Bulldogs 3The Florida Gators dominated SEC East rival Georgia in the 2015 Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. The Gators defense held the normally potent Georgia offensive assault to only 3 total points, and forced Faton Bauta into committing 4 turnovers. Once they had the ball, Florida ground out the clock, rushing for more than 258 yards as a team, led by Kelvin Taylor's 121 yards on 25 carries. The win put the Gators firmly into 1st place in the SEC East and was their 2nd win in a row in the Florida-Georgia series.
Saturday, November 01, 2014 at Everbank Field (Jacksonville, FL) Gators 38, Bulldogs 20 It was a Gator victory in the 2014 "Cocktail Party" as Florida stunned the #11 Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia found the endzone first right off the bat but would loose momentum going into the half with the Gators up 14-7. That momentum stayed strong coming out of the locker room as the Gators put up 17 unanswered points to take a 31-7 lead with the fourth quarter underway. The Bulldogs would find the endzone later in the 4th, but not before Florida added another touchdown to take the win 38-20.
Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Everbank Field (Jacksonville, FL) Bulldogs 23, Gators 20 The Georgia Bulldogs came out of the gate firing and never looked back, spurning a late comeback attempt by Florida to take the big SEC showdown 23-20. Todd Gurley was the big contributor for the Bulldogs, rushing for 100 yards and a TD over 17 carries, as well as catching three passes for another 87 yards and a TD. Georgia came out to a 20-0 lead, and carried that to a 23-3 deficit at the half. The Gators scored a touchdown early in the fourth-quarter to bring it to within three, but only got the ball back once more as Georgia ran the final 8 minutes off the clock with a 19-play drive to seal it.
Saturday, October 27, 2012 at Everbank Field (Jacksonville, FL) Bulldogs 17, Gators 9 Florida couldn’t find its way into the endzone all afternoon in Jacksonville, giving #10 Georgia a win over the previously undefeated #2 Gators. Todd Gurley scored on a 10-yard run in the first quarter, while Caleb Sturgis hit three field goals in the leading to a 10-9 Georgia lead in the fourth quarter. Aaron Murray found Malcolm Mitchell for 45-yard touchdown with seven minutes remaining to take the 8-point lead the Dawgs defense would not give away. Gurley ended up with 141 total yards and a TD to lead all players.