Georgia experienced its share of lengthy afternoons in Jacksonville when the likes of Danny Wuerffel and Tim Tebow were quarterbacking Florida, but Kyle Trask set a new standard Saturday when it comes to torching the Bulldogs.
Trask set a Florida record for a regular-season game by throwing for 474 yards in leading the No. 8 Gators to a 44-28 whipping of No. 5 Georgia at TIAA Bank Field. The fifth-year senior completed 30 of 43 passes and had four touchdown tosses as the Gators tallied more points in three-plus hours against the Bulldogs than they did in the past three series setbacks, when Georgia outscored them 102-41.
"We have such an explosive offense, and we are such a great team from the top down," Trask said. "We just have a lot of offense and a lot of energy.