Florida 45 Kentucky 37
Tim Tebow passed forÂ 256 yards connecting on 18 of his 26 passes to help lead Florida to a 45-37 victory over Kentucky.
Tebow passed for a career-high 4 touchdowns, including a career-long 66-yard TD to Louis Murphy.Â While Murphy caught 4 passes for 91 yards, Bubba Caldwell returned to his old form catching 6 Tebow passes for 73 yards, including an 8-yard TD pass.Â Caldwell aslo ran for 20 yards on 2 carries.
Percy Harvin rushed for 49 yards on 6 carries, including a 24-yard touchdown run, while Cornelius Ingram caught 2 passes for 20 yards, including a 10-yard scoring pass.Â Harvin also grabbed 2 passes for 50 yards, including a long of 40 yards that set up Florida's final score of the contest.
Tebow still managed to rush for 78 yards on 20 carries, despite suffering some hard hits to his shoulder.Â After the game, UF Head Coach Urban Meyer said Tebow's shoulder was in fact beat up a bit, but should be okay for the Georgia contest in Jacksonville Saturday.
The Gator Defense sacked Andre Woodson a season-best six times.Â Cunningham recorded 2.5 of the sacks, while Harvey registered 1.5 sacks.
Woodson still passed for 415 yards and 5 touchdowns three of which went to Dicky Lyons Junior.Â Lyons caught 8 passes for 124 yards and 3 scores, while Steve Johnson hauled in 8 passes for 128 yards.
Brandon James had a big afternoon in the return game returning 3 kickoffs for 111 yards, including a long of 61.Â
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