No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs ready to ramp up for Florida

ATHENS, Ga. — The Georgia Bulldogs may have to wait a while before ushering in the spread era of college football. The No. 5-ranked Bulldogs (4-1) got all the points they needed on the opening drive Saturday against Kentucky, then rode the defense to a 14-3 victory in Lexington.But there was no complaining in the Georgia locker room. With players falling to injury right and left and others unable to make the trip, they were just happy to get back to Athens in one piece.“Every time we play them, it’s a physical war,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. “It’s just tough. They played really stout alo…

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