Vanderbilt win streak ends at Florida 66-40

Vanderbilt loses against ASU, eliminated from NCAA Tournament (Image 1)
Vanderbilt loses against ASU, eliminated from NCAA Tournament (Image 1)

The longest win streak in the Southeastern Conference is over and over in a big way.

The Florida Gators whipped the Vanderbilt Commodores 66-40 Wednesday night in Gainesville clinching the SEC's regular season championship.

It's the fourth time the Gators (24-5,14-3) have won the title and third time they've done it under Billy Donovan.

The Gators earned the number one seed in the SEC Tournament next week in Nashville.  Thanks to a Texas A&M loss the Commodores are still 10th in the league and in position for a first round bye.

The game was never in doubt as the Gators opened up a 17-6 first half lead and pulled way midway thru the second half.   Kenny Boynton led Florida with 15 points.

Kedren Johnson led the Dores (13-15,7-10) with 15 points.  The Commodores had won their last three SEC games in a row.

Vanderbilt finishes the regular season Saturday against South Carolina at Memorial Gym.

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