The Gator baseball team lost the second game of a three game series to the Georgia Bulldogs 3-1 Friday in Athens.
Florida is now 29-26 on the year and 14-15 in SEC play.
Florida started lefty Bobby Poyner on the mound and he pitched well but the Bulldogs would score all of their runs in one inning to saddle him with the loss.
Meanwhile the Gator bats were held nearly silent as they could push across only one run, that coming on a base hit by Harrison Bader that gave Florida a short lived 1-0 lead. The Gators would only manage four hits in the game.
The final game of the regular season will be played Saturday before the Gators travel to play in the SEC Tournament next week in Hoover, Alabama.