LEXINGTON, Ky. - Couches burned in Lexington Saturday night after a historic win for the Kentucky football team. The Wildcats defeated Florida at home for the first time in 35 years.
The UK defense was the star of the night as the Cats held off the 10th-ranked Gators, 20-13. Josh Paschal blocked a third quarter field goal attempt that Trevin Wallace returned 76 yards for a touchdown.
Fans stormed Kroger Field at the end of the game. The celebration then spilled onto nearby State Street, where couches were set on fire. At least two people were treated for minor injuries.
With the win, Kentucky improves to 5-0. The Wildcats will face LSU at Kroger Field next Saturday night.