United Kingdom 27 Florida 21 4th Quarter

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Kentucky hasn't beaten Florida since 1986.

Trailing by 13, the Gators (2-1 overall and 2-0 in the SEC) cut the deficit to 27-21 with 7:58 to play in the game on a five-yard TD run by Brandon Powell out of the wildcat formation.

The Gators (2-1, 2-0 SEC), who trailed 27-14 in the fourth quarter, never led in the game until Swain's touchdown.

Fans say win or lose, their Cats are still their Cats and they'll support them no matter what. Stephen Johnson finished the drive with a nice 14 yard TD pass to Blake Bone in the corner of the end.

Franks and the offense seemed to come on in the second quarter, and Franks completed seven of nine passes for 85 yards and the TD for the half. Kadarius Toney who is listed on Florida's depth chart as an athlete goes 36 yards. The score was set up by a 50-yard pass from true freshman wide receiver Kadarius Toney to wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland that moved the ball to the United Kingdom 30.

University of Kentucky fans tailgated all around Kroger Field, awaiting Saturday night's game.

Johnson has been almost flawless in the first half.

One of the standout players of the game for Kentucky was their backup running back Sihiem King. He also had one reception for 24 yards on a trick play with the pass coming from freshman wide receiver Lynn Bowden Jr.

Kentucky: In control most of the game and holding what they thought was a comfortable lead, the Wildcats couldn't close the deal again.

In a second half that was mainly dominated by Kentucky, they showed just how good they were on both sides of the ball.

Johnson continued his hot hand in the third quarter. But, Austin MacGinnis hits a 42 yard field goal and United Kingdom goes up 24-14.

After this loss, Kentucky is now 3-1 and 1-1 in conference play. After a rough weekend, Kentucky now has to focus on their next game against Eastern Michigan next Saturday, Sept. 30 at Kroger Field in Lexington, Kentucky.

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