Kentucky beat Florida in Lexington for the first time since 1986 - and they sure did party like it

It was a crazy college football Saturday, and no where more absurd than in Lexington, Kentucky, where for the first time since 1986, the Wildcats beat Florida at home at Kroger Field (the Wildcats did beat the Gators in Gainesville in 2018).


Final score, 20-13, thanks to a last minute stand by a Kentucky defense that was lights out all night.


Here is the final play.


What made it even better however, is the celebration that ensued.


It was the first time in a long time and the fans certainly celebrated as such.







With the win, the Wildcats improve to 5-0, now 3-0 in the SEC.


And although it will probably be two weeks two late, they should be ranked for the first time this season. Also, outside of a showdown with Georgia in a few weeks, it feels like just about every game left on the schedule. Meaning that a second 10-win season in four years feels like it's possible.


The question now: Does Kentucky want Bama?


Apparently so.

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