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Florida: By the numbers

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published September 29, 2002

Touchdowns the Florida defense has given up in the first quarter this season. -- 0

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Extra points missed by Florida kicker Matt Leach, giving him four misses on the season. -- 2

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Players in NCAA history to score a touchdown on a kickoff return and a punt return in the same game. Kentucky's Derek Abney did it with a 49-yard punt return and a 100-yard kickoff return. -- 7

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Turnovers by Florida's opponents this season, equal the number of turnovers all last season for Florida opponents. -- 17

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Consecutive weeks Florida has been ranked in the AP poll, the third-longest streak in major college history. -- 207

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Listed weight of Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen. He admits the scales actually tip a little higher -- closer to 300. -- 275

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