No. 6 Georgia claims Orange Bowl victory over No. 5 Florida State

Carson Beck threw two touchdowns, the Bulldogs rushed for 376 yards and No. 6 Georgia beat No. 5 Florida State 63-3 in the Orange Bowl on Saturday night.

Georgia (13-1, 8-0 Southeastern Conference) kept its foot on the pedal throughout all four quarters. The Bulldogs amassed 673 yards of total offense.

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Georgia led 42-3 after two quarters, the largest halftime lead in Orange Bowl history.

Beck played all of two quarters, going 13-of-18 for 203 passing yards and two touchdowns.

The Bulldogs substituted to their second and third teams in the second half as the beat carried on. Lawson Luckie caught a 4-yard touchdown by Gunner Stockton to give Georgia a 56-3 lead entering the fourth quarter.

Georgia totaled 192 yards in the first quarter, its most of the game. The Bulldogs piled on seven more first downs in the final quarter and held Florida State (13-1, 8-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) to none in that span.

Florida State played without more than a dozen players due to injuries and opt-outs.

Seminoles quarterback Brock Glenn went 9-of-26 for 139 yards and two interceptions. Florida State rushed for 63 yards, and receiver Kentron Poitier logged a ram-high 84 yards.

Florida State kicked Ryan Fitzgerald kicked in his team’s only points from 22 yards out with 12:34 left in the second quarter.

Stockton finished with two touchdowns and 96 passing yards.

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Georgia also brought in more than 300 receiving yards. Nine different players had at least 12 yards, and four different Bulldogs hauled in touchdowns.

Kendall Milton and Daijun Edwards each had two rushing touchdowns for Georgia.