Gators Fall to Vanderbilt for First Time in 22 Years
GAINESVILLE- The Florida Gator football team came into Saturday's contest against Vanderbilt with a 22 year win streak over the Commadores.
Not only we're the looking to extend that streak but also needed a win to help become bowl eligible.
The Gators went into halftime trailing 17-3. Florida was able to score twice in the second half but it wasn't enough as they lose to Vandy 31-17.
Tyler Murphy; 305 yards, 1 TD, 3 INT
Sports Director Chris Price has a recap from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
- Several Falls Result in Gator Gymnastics Losing at Home for First Time Since 2008
- Gator Men Fall 61-58 at Vanderbilt
- Gators Kick Off SEC Media Days; First Three Game-Times Announced
- First Three Gator Football Game Times Announced
- Gator Players Speak for the First Time Since Mike White Hiring
- Gators Madness Lights Up O'Dome for First Time Since 2006
- Gators Advance In NCAA Tourney For First Time Since 06-07 National Title Team
- Gator Baseball Sweeps Ole Miss, First Time Since 2002
- Third Time Not a Charm as Gators Fall to No. 1 Kentucky 74-71
- Gator Baseball Falls In First Game of NCAA Regional; Moves On To Valparaiso