Florida freshman Antonio Callaway made history in the SEC Championship Game on Saturday — and also managed to give the Gators a lead over mighty Alabama.
In the second quarter, Callaway grabbed a booming punt from J.K. Scott and raced 85 yards up the middle of the field to score six points for the Gators, tripling the Gators' output from their regular season finale against Florida State.
WATCH: Florida's Antonio Callaway doesn't even get touched on this 85-yard punt return for a TD. pic.twitter.com/LRPE6MkhHs— Alex Byington (@abyingtonTD) December 5, 2015
The punt return was the longest punt return in SEC Championship Game history, and Florida's first punt return touchdown in an SEC Championship Game. It also ties Callaway with several players for Florida's school record for punt return touchdowns in a season with two, and brings him into sole possession of second place for punt return yardage in a season, behind only Brandon James in 2008.
Oh, and the touchdown is way, way better with Mick Hubert's call.