I’ve seen a lot of great games in Jacksonville — more than my share of crappy ones, too, but I digress — but the one I’ll probably go to my grave enjoying the most was Georgia’s 1985 24-3 upset of Florida. The Gators came into that game ranked first nationally for the first time in school history. It didn’t last long, thanks to a relentless rushing attack (344 rushing yards) and Muddy Waters’ game-long encampment in the Florida backfield.
Here’s the last of the three touchdowns Georgia scored that day, Tim Worley’s 89-yard jaunt.
I defy any Georgia fan not to be grinning after watching that.