The Florida Gators rallied from 13 points down to stun Kentucky on Saturday night, 28-27, squashing the Wildcats’ hopes of snapping their 30-game losing streak against Florida. Luke Del Rio threw a 5-yard TD pass with 43 seconds left in the game in relief of struggling Feleipe Franks and Kentucky’s 57-yard field goal on the game’s final play fell several yards short. Florida (2-1, 2-0 in SEC) survived and fans seem to be embracing their never-say-die Gators.
The Kentucky Wildcats were less than one quarter from snapping the skid that lasted three decades, but Florida rallied and stunned the crowd in Lexington with a 28-27 victory on Saturday night. The win extended Florida’s win streak in the series to 31 consecutive games. All comments are taken from Kentucky Wildcats – SEC Country. You can join the conversation here. Editor’s note: All comments are taken verbatim and only edited for spelling. Lisa Pierson Emanuel: Devastated!
Mississippi State opened the season with three consecutive wins that included a 30-point rout against LSU. The Bulldogs entered their game Saturday against No. 11 Georgia as the nation’s 17th-ranked team. But they’ll leave Athens, Ga., with their first loss and a drop in the polls after losing 31-3. Mississippi State has no time to rest as the Bulldogs travel to face SEC West foe Auburn next Saturday. All comments are taken from Mississippi State Bulldogs — SEC Country.
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