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TyTy Washington rushed the field after Kentucky beat No. 10 Florida

Kentucky’s potential starting point guard was part of a historic night in Lexington.

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What a night it was Saturday at Kroger Field after the Kentucky Wildcats upset the 10th-ranked Florida Gators!

After not beating Florida in Lexington since 1986, the Wildcats finally found a way to close the deal and down the Gators, 20-13.

One of the absolute best crowds seen in the history of Kroger Field/Commonwealth Stadium was a big part of the win, as evidenced by the eight(!) false starts committed by the Gators.

Making the win even better was that several members of the Kentucky basketball team were in attendance, including projected starting point guard TyTy Washington.

And Washington made sure to enjoy the postgame fun as he stormed the field alongside one of the best homefield crowds Kentucky football has ever seen.

And in case you didn’t know, Washington is 18 years old, so the last time Kentucky beat Florida in Lexington was almost two TyTy Washington lifetimes ago.

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