College football: Florida 49-Kentucky 28
By Times Staff Writer
Published September 25, 2005
DeSHAWN WYNN, FLORIDA TAILBACK: Rushed for 40 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries and caught a 16-yard touchdown in the first half.
JEMALLE CORNELIUS, FLORIDA RECEIVER: Had eight catches for 138 yards, including a 50-yarder that set up a touchdown.
EARL EVERETT, FLORIDA LINEBACKER: Had two interceptions that led to touchdowns.
BY THE NUMBERS
4: First-half touchdowns for Florida running back DeShawn Wynn, his second four-touchdown game.
7: Gator touchdowns among the first seven times they reached the Wildcats 20; they fumbled on the eighth.
10: Consecutive road victories for Florida coach Urban Meyer.
16: Total first-quarter yards for Kentucky.
19: Consecutive wins for Florida over Kentucky.
49: First-half points for Florida, the most by a Meyer-coached team.
138 AND 105: Receiving yards for Chad Jackson and Jemalle Cornelius, respectively, the first time two Gators surpassed 100 in the same game since 2001.
120: Gator passes without an interception this season.
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