GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Tim Tebow's final home game went about
like everyone expected.
There were tears, touchdowns and another thumping.
Tebow threw for three TDs, ran for two scores and top-ranked
Florida beat rival Florida State 37-10 Saturday for its sixth
consecutive victory in the heated rivalry.
The Gators stayed unbeaten heading into next week's Southeastern
Conference showdown against No. 2 Alabama, extended the nation's
longest winning streak to 22 games and improved to 12-0 for just
the second time in school.
Tebow may have even secured a third consecutive trip to New York
for the Heisman Trophy presentation.
The Seminoles (6-6) lost for the second time in six games, and longtime coach Bobby Bowden's finale at Florida Field showed exactly why so many FSU faithful are urging him to retire: Florida outplayed its in-state rival at every position.