Yes, it is true that Kentucky has lost 26 straight games to Florida, the 2nd longest losing streak in the country. But for me, and I think many others, Florida has had revenge coming for 20 years now. Flashback to 1993 when the 7th ranked Gators came into Lexington with a future Heisman Trophy winning QB and a slew of wide receivers. This was Steve Spurrier at his best. But Kentucky was also coming into a season where they would eventually make the Peach Bowl, the only bowl appearance under Bill Curry. And then this happened:
Has to be the most painful loss of the 26, right? Some might argue UK blowing a 21-3 second half lead in 2003 would be in the argument, but that Florida team was not very good. This was a Steve Spurrier Florida team and Danny Weurfel at QB. But what say you? Was the 1993 game the most painful loss in the streak or is there another year that bugs you worse?