It’s been a frustrating day for the Florida offense with a couple of bright spots. But Gators coach Dan Mullen appeared to boil over toward assistant Billy Gonzales early in the fourth quarter.

The exchange came following a Georgia touchdown to make it 24-10, as WR Lawrence Cager was found wide open for the Bulldogs for a 52-yard touchdown.

The Gators were 0-for-6 on third down conversions, and 1-for-2 on fourth down, but the running game was really the biggest problem for Florida. The Gators had just six rushing yards on 15 carries with 7:25 remaining. But at one point in the second half, they had negative nine yards.

Florida had eight players make catches by midway through the fourth quarter, including four by Kyle Pitts and six by Freddie Swain.

Georgia also controlled time of possession with a 32:37 to 19:58 edge, and for much of the game had a 2-to-1 edge.

Here’s the sideline meltdown from TorelloSports: