William Berry, AJC File
1993, GEORGIA 26-FLORIDA 33: On a rainy day in Jacksonville, Georgia quarterback Eric Zeier threw a strike from 12-yards out to Jerry Jerman with 5 seconds remaining for what would be the winning touchdown. But before the play was snapped, Florida cornerback Anthone Lott had called a timeout. In a replay of the down, Lott committed pass interference. With one final shot with no time left, Zeier's pass to Jeff Thomas falls incomplete.
Phil Coale, Associated Press
2002, GEORGIA 13, FLORIDA 20: Early in the fourth quarter, Florida quarterback Rex Grossman lead the Gators on a 10 play, 89-yard scoring drive that put Florida ahead for good. Georgia went on to win the SEC championship, with their only loss of season coming against the rival Gators.
Pouya Dianat, AJC File
2008, GEORGIA 10-FLORIDA 49: Behind four Georgia turnovers, Florida trounced Georgia, handing it its second-worst loss against the Gators. In the closing minute, Florida head coach Urban Meyer used both of his remaining timeouts, giving his team and fans time to soak in the victory - a move highly criticized as retribution for Georgia's end-zone celebration a year before.
2016, FLORIDA 27, GEORGIA 3: Coach Mark Richt's decision to change quarterbacks did nothing to spark a sputtering offense. Richt benched Greyson Lambert, who failed to throw a touchdown pass against Vanderbilt, Alabama and Missouri, but instead of turning to backup Brice Ramsey, Richt called on Faton Bauta to make his first career start. The junior completed 15 of 33 passes for 154 yards, with four interceptions. His third came in the end zone, with Georgia trying to make it 20-10. It ultimately doomed Richt, who fell to 5-10 in the series and was let go at the end of the season. It was Florida's second straight win in the storied series and 20th in the past 26 years.