I'm still unable to explain how the replay official failed to overturn the pass completition from Jake Fromm to Lawrence Cager which led to the bulldogs' only first half touchdown. not having access to a clear shot on a good monitor here in the TIAA Bank Field press fox, I can only assume there wasn't enough evidence, but it did appear the nose of the ball hit the grass as Cager hauled it in and that he never seemed to possess it. Both CBS TV announcers and their replay expert predicted it would be overturned, as did the Gator Radio Netork's threesome (which may not be surprising) but it was certainly a key play that led to Georgia gaining an upper hand and as Dan Mullen said, "they don't play as well from behind." Of course if the Gators had taken care of their offensive business that might not have been as big an issue. Oddly, they seemed to get off to a good start in the first few minutes with some nice completions, Florida's offense began clicking. Curiously, though, Mullen couldn't find a ball play that would get his team one yard and the ball went over. There were some questionable play calls by Mullen. Three cracks to make one yard for a first down and nothing? And about the only real offense they could generate was named Kyle Pitts, who accounted for 78 of the 106 yard in the first two quarters on four catches. for the rest of the half the gators couldn't run the ball. Jake Fromm was abe to keep his drives alive and put together a nice sequence of 10 plays and 59 yards that ended with the touchdown from Fromm to Dominick Blaylock.
Second half prediction: Dan Mullen need wojld some ball plays -- badly.