The Gators might get a bunch of criticism about its lackluster offense, but the team managed to pull within a game of an impressive all-time FBS record.
Florida’s second possession of the game resulted in a 1-yard TD from running back Lamical Perine. That score means the program has put points on the board for 365 straight games, matching the record.
#Gators tie Michigan at 365 consecutive games without being shut out.
— Scott Carter (@GatorsScott) September 30, 2017
The Gators can now surpass the Wolverines’ mark in their homecoming game against LSU next Saturday.
The Wolverines’ streak, which spanned 31 seasons and began all the way back in 1984, came to an end in a 31-0 loss against Notre Dame in 2014.
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