JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida defensive end Dominique Easley has been holding some late-night study sessions this week.
At home. All alone. And with the TV on.
The subject? Georgia. Specifically, the Bulldogs' 24-20 victory over the Gators last season in Jacksonville. Georgia converted three fourth downs, including two for touchdowns, and held the ball for the final 5 minutes, 32 seconds of the close game.
Easley has watched every painful second repeatedly this week -- for preparation and motivation.
That could be good for No. 3 Florida. The Gators have been at their best when trying to avenge last year's losses. First, LSU. Then, South Carolina.
No. 12 Georgia could be next.
The Gators can clinch the SEC's Eastern Division with a victory Saturday and earn a spot in the league title game.
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