Jake Fromm celebrating Georgia's win over Florida with Bulldogs' fans.

Saturday’s only clash between Top 10 teams saw the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs face the No. 8 Florida Gators in neutral-site Jacksonville (the annual “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party“), and while the Gators made it close at times, the Bulldogs eventually emerged with a 24-17 win. And a lot of that was about the performance of junior quarterback Jake Fromm (seen above celebrating with fans afterwards), who completed 20 of his 30 passing attempts (66.7 percent) for 279 yards and two touchdowns. Here’s one of Fromm’s biggest throws on the day, a conversion on third and seven with less than three minutes left:

Earlier in the fourth quarter, Fromm hit Lawrence Cager for this 52-yard touchdown:

And back in the second quarter, Fromm hit Dominick Blaylock for a three-yard touchdown:

Those are some nice throws from Fromm, and he was crucial to the Bulldogs’ victory here. With the win, Georgia is now 7-1, with the lone blemish on their resume being an Oct. 12 double-overtime loss to South Carolina.

[ESPN]

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