Florida (14-2, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) never trailed after going ahead 9-6 on a 3-pointer from guard Michael Frazier.
Georgia (8-7, 2-1) cut the margin to 14 midway through the second half, but two 3-pointers by Frazier, who finished with a career-high 21 points, pushed the margin back to 55-32 with less than seven minutes to play. The Bulldogs never mounted any kind of threat after that.
Florida also got a season-high 12 points and six rebounds from forward Will Yegeute. Center Patric Young had 10 points and nine boards for the Gators, his ninth straight game with at least six rebounds.
Florida's 11 3-pointers were a season-high.
Florida had five steals in the opening 20 minutes, dominated the boards and after shooting just under 20 percent in the opening half of the last three games behind the arc (six of 31), made four of its first nine attempts on Tuesday night.
NOTES: Florida started Kasey Hill and Scottie Wilbekin in the same backcourt for the first time this season. Injuries and Wilbekin's season-opening suspension prevented it before Tuesday night. ... When the Gators snapped Arkansas' 23-game home-court winning streak Saturday, it gave Florida the SEC's longest streak at home. ... Georgia G Charles Mann was selected the SEC player of the week after the Bulldogs won twice last week.