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Del Rio, who came in during the third quarter, was 9-of-14 for 74 yards.
The Gators outgained the Wildcats 186-184 in the first half with Florida rushing for 101 yards and Kentucky passing for 100.
"That's two weeks in a row we didn't give up", said UF coach Jim McElwain, a week after the Gators beat Tennessee on the game's final play.
The nation's leading rusher struggled early in the soggy conditions, but finally found some running room as the Aztecs (4-0, 1-0 Mountain West) began their quest to capture a third straight conference title.
"I just tried to settle down as best I could, move the ball, which was encouraging", said Del Rio, who led Florida's 45-7 rout of Kentucky previous year in Gainesville.
United Kingdom had a 10 point lead in the 4th quarter but Florida comes back to make it 31 in a row to beat United Kingdom 28-27. Charles Walker catches a short pass to set up a 57 yard field goal attempt on the last play.
"We broke it and had a heartbreaking hold", Stoops said.
The Gators, though, answered by going 80 yards in seven plays, with the big hitter coming on the first play of the drive when Kadarius Toney, who earlier had a 36-yard touchdown run, took an end-around pitch and heaved a 50-yard completion to Tyrie Cleveland to the United Kingdom 30.
It was not the best night for Florida Gators redshirt freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks on the field.
"Now I got two guys that the ball can not be snapped unless we have leverage on both sides of the ball", he said at a Monday press conference. Del Rio threw an interception but had the resolve to lead a fourth-quarter rally and find receivers. He completes a 27 yard pass to Garrett "Juice" Johnson who battles for extra yards. "They keep hanging in there and figuring out a way to play the game. They played their tails off and probably had a chance to win it", McElwain said in his postgame interview on SEC Network. Stephen Johnson finished the drive with a nice 14 yard TD pass to Blake Bone in the corner of the end.
"When you get put in in the middle of a game, you know, it's fun to go in and play, but it's not easy because everyone else is kind of in the rhythm of the game", said the former Episcopal quarterback and the son of former Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio. Austin MacGinnis' kick was straight, but fell short.
Florida could move up a spot with the road win. And we've just got to line up and go play and don't hang your heads now.
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Kentucky: The Wildcats received 11 votes last week but let a great chance to re-enter the Top 25 for the first time since November 2007 slip away. But, Austin MacGinnis hits a 42 yard field goal and United Kingdom goes up 24-14. But 101 yards of rushing against that rush defense was pretty impressive. The visiting Gators scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to win 28-27.
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He said the measure "does not mean taking command" of the Catalan police, but it is "simply to agree on a means of coordination". That support has been waning in recent months as Spain's national and regional economies have begun thriving again.