Five storylines: No. 14 Florida vs. Kentucky 

September, 20, 2012
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- No. 14 Florida plays host to Kentucky on Saturday in the Gators’ first Southeastern Conference home game. The Gators (3-0, 2-0 SEC) haven’t lost at home to the Wildcats (1-2, 0-0) since 1979.

Here's five storylines for the game:

1. Streaking: Florida has won 25 consecutive games in the series, which is the nation’s longest current winning streak in FBS by a team over a major opponent in an uninterrupted series. The Wildcats haven’t beaten the Gators since 1986. Most of the games haven’t been close, especially lately. The Gators have failed to win by three or less points only once (2003), have outscored the Wildcats 200-31 in the last four meetings, and have won the last eight meetings by an average of 29 points. Kentucky, however, has recently snapped two other substantial losing streaks. Before a 31-28 victory over South Carolina in 2010, the Wildcats were 0-17 against teams coached by Steve Spurrier. Last season UK beat Tennessee 10-7 to snap a 26-game losing streak.
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