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.