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SEC: No. 1 Florida clinches perfect league season

Tim Tebow ties SEC touchdown record in 24-14 win over South Carolina.

November 14, 2009

No. 1 Florida 24, at South Carolina 14: Tim Tebow tied the SEC touchdown record and the Gators gained their first perfect league season in 13 years. Tebow scored the last touchdown on a one-yard burst that was the 53rd of his career to match LSU running back Kevin Faulk. Florida won its 20th game in a row.

No. 3 Alabama 31, at Mississippi State 3: Mark Ingram rushed for 149 yards and two scores and the Crimson Tide improved to 10-0 for the second straight year.

at No. 8 Louisiana State 24, Louisiana Tech 16: Keiland Williams ran for 116 yards and two second-half touchdowns.

at Mississippi 42, Tennessee 17: Dexter McCluster ran for 282 yards and had 324 all-purpose yards, setting two school records.

at Georgia 31, Auburn 24: Caleb King ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, Bacarri Rambo made a jarring tackle that probably saved the tying score and the Bulldogs became bowl eligible.

Kentucky 24, at Vanderbilt 14: Randall Cobb ran for two touchdowns and Derrick Locke rushed for a career-high 144 yards.

at Arkansas 56, Troy 20: Ryan Mallett threw for 405 yards, bringing his season total to a school-record 2,882 yards.

-- associated press

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