When Georgia and Florida met for the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” in Jacksonville on Saturday, it looked as though we might have a shootout on our hands early on.

There certainly were a lot of points scored, but Florida pulled away late for the 44-28 victory.

Georgia had an early 14-0 lead before Florida started its run, and Gators defensive coordinator Todd Grantham pointed out what he thought was the biggest series of the game to prompt the turnaround.

Grantham identified the three-and-out by the Gators’ defense when it was a 14-7 game as the turning point.

“That to me is a testament to your character, your attitude, and your belief in what we’re doing,” Grantham told reporters, per Gator Country’s Nick de la Torre.

Florida’s defense only allowed one more score from that point and outscored Georgia 37-14 for the rest of the game.