JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - No. 22 Georgia has lost 18 of the last 21 against Florida, a lopsided stretch that baffles players, frustrates fans and sparks constant debate about one of the Southeastern Conference's most revered rivalries.
Will the Bulldogs ever turn things around? Will the Gators continue their dominance?
This year, there are even more questions surrounding Saturday's game in Jacksonville.
Will quarterback John Brantley's return end Florida's offensive ineptitude? Will quarterback Aaron Murray avoid the kind of turnovers that plagued Georgia in recent years? Will the Gators stop the run? Will the Bulldogs avoid meltdowns on special teams?
What about the coaches? Florida's Will Muschamp is trying to avoid the program's first four-game losing streak since 1988. Georgia's Mark Richt needs a victory to quell talk about his job security.
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