Georgia in unfamilar territory after loss to Florida

ATHENS, Ga. — What now?That was the question reverberating throughout the Bulldog Nation after No. 5 Georgia fell to eighth-ranked Florida 44-28 Saturday in Jacksonville, Fla. As a result, the Bulldogs (4-2) find themselves in unfamiliar territory. That is, no longer in control of their own destiny in the SEC East.It’s the first time Georgia has experienced that dynamic since Kirby Smart’s first season as head coach in 2016, when it also started 4-2. The Bulldogs finished 8-5 that year.Now they need to win out and Florida (4-1) to lose twice more to have any chance of returning to the SEC Cham…

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