Georgia coach Kirby Smart: Third loss in eight games not 'cause for concern'

AP photo by John Raoux / Georgia football coach Kirby Smart signals to his players during the first half of Saturday's game against Florida in Jacksonville.

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.