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Georgia scores and excites itself with a ... sideline celebration. Is this lame?

JACKSONVILLE -- Everyone remembers Florida's staged end-zone celebration in 2007, right? Well, that just happened again but this time Georgia celebrated its first touchdown of the game with a full-team sideline celebration.

Florida leads Georgia 14-10 with 10:35 left in the second quarter. After a difficult opening quarter, Georgia's offense came to life in the second quarter. The Bulldogs made it 14-3 on a Blair Walsh 49-yard field goal. UGA cut UF's lead to 14-10 on the next series with a 65-yard drive that took just three plays and ended with a 35-yard touchdown pass from Joe Cox to Aron White.

After the touchdown, Georgia jumped up and down on its own sideline, an apparent nod to the end-zone celebration in 2007. Lame?

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