GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Kentucky Wildcats came to The Swamp
beaten up. They left beaten down. Tim Tebow threw two touchdown passes, ran for two scores and fifth-ranked Florida thumped injury-depleted Kentucky 63-5 Saturday, extending its winning streak in the series to 22 games.
The Gators showed no signs of sluggishness coming off a bye and
didn't have a letdown following a 51-21 drubbing of defending national champion LSU two weeks ago.
Now, they can focus on the game they've been looking forward to for a year: Georgia, a hated rival that stomped its way to a victory last season that essentially knocked Florida out of the Southeastern Conference race.
The Gators (6-1, 4-1 SEC) looked every bit ready for the rematch.