- Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson connected with Tyron Broden for a four-yard score in OT
- The Razorbacks (3-6) also ended Florida’s six-game winning streak in Gainesville
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The University of Arkansas football team made fun of Florida after the Razorbacks defeated the Gators in Gainesville for the first time in school history.
KJ Jefferson connected with Tyrone Broden for a 4-yard score in overtime that lifted the away team to a 39-36 victory on Saturday, ending a six-game skid and the Swamp’s first win in six tries was achieved.
What’s more is that the Razorbacks (3-6, 1-5 Southeastern Conference) ended Florida’s six-game winning streak at home and may have knocked the Gators (5-4, 3-3) out of the bowl in the controversial coach Billy. Napier’s second season.
Following the outcome of Saturday’s game, Arkansas made sure to let its SEC rivals know that beating them meant a lot to its players and fans by sharing a photo of a man in combat shorts with a shaved head, wearing black combat boots against kicks an alligator’s head. on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“I will not back down,” the Arkansas football team shared as the caption to its tweet.
Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson threw a TD pass in OT to claim a rare victory in the Swamp on Saturday
“Come on man, Florida has a family,” one fan replied.
The mem clearly depicted an alligator kick, an AI-generated image of a shirtless man kicking an alligator in the face in a swamp at night.
“Good win,” one Razorbacks fan shared.
“We deserve this good game fair player,” another wrote on X.
‘So proud of you. I never gave up on you,” posted one user advocating for Arkansas.
“Your 3-6,” one Gators fan challenged.
“Feels good to win one,” one Razorbacks fan tweeted.
Up next for Arkansas: Host Auburn next Saturday.
Florida also plays at No. 13 LSU that same day – the start of a tough three-game stretch against ranked teams.