Georgia Bulldogs Football: 5 Things the Florida Gators Exposed

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Nov 1, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Florida Gators running back Matt Jones (24) runs past Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Reggie Carter (45) during the second half at EverBank Field. Florida Gators defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 38-20. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs were exposed in a number of ways against the Florida Gators, and now must try and regroup.

The 2014 version of the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party turned into nothing more than cheap beer that causes a wicked hangover for Georgia. Now the Bulldogs must pick up the pieces of their broken playoff dreams, and figure out how to come out of this season smelling a little better.

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Florida came into the game supposedly overmatched, and outgunned by the Bulldogs. And while that may have been technically true, there is nothing more dangerous than a team with nothing to lose and their backs against the wall.

Gators head coach Will Muschamp did something he had never done before as a player or coach, and that was come out on the winning end of a Georgia-Florida game, and he did it by pulling out the stops on special teams, and simplifying things on offense for his freshman quarterback.

Within the frame of this game, the Gators exposed some ugliness on this Georgia team that had been successfully hidden for the most part, but now that the curtain has been pulled back on a few Georgia shams, the remaining UGA opponents will undoubtedly have taken a few notes.

Here are five things that were exposed and could come back once again to haunt the Bulldogs in their remaining games against Kentucky, Auburn and Georgia Tech (giving the Dawgs the benefit of the doubt against FCS Charleston Southern).