UF is currently in a 21 consecutive SEC winning streak. So how long might UF's SEC winning streak continue? Here is UF's SEC schedule: Jan. 7: at South Carolina, 7 p.m., SEC Network Jan. 10: Mississippi State, tbd, FSN Jan. 15: Auburn, 7 p.m., ESPN2 Jan. 17: at Georgia, 2 p.m., CBS Jan. 20: LSU, 7 p.m., ESPN Jan. 24: at Ole Miss, SEC Network Jan. 27: at Alabama, 9 p.m., ESPN Jan. 31: Arkansas, 1 p.m., CBS Feb. 3: at Vanderbilt, 9 p.m., ESPN Feb. 7: Kentucky, 9 p.m., ESPN Feb. 12: Ole Miss, 7 p.m., ESPN2 Feb. 14: at Texas A&M, tbd, SEC Network Feb. 18: Vanderbilt, 7 p.m., SEC Network Feb. 21: at LSU, noon, CBS Feb. 24: at Missouri, 9 p.m., ESPN Feb. 28: Tennessee, tbd, ESPN2 March 3: Texas A&M, 9 p.m., ESPNU March 7: at Kentucky, 2 p.m., CBS UF is a young team and Frank Martin teams play tough, so I view the opener at SoCar a possible loss. However, UF will be favored and certainly could win. If UF wins that game, I could see UF continuing the streak awhile even though Pearl in the 3rd game has at times in the past had Donovan's number. To me the biggest threats to the streak are late in the schedule, ie at LSU on 21 Feb, at UMo on 24 Feb and at UK on 7 Mar. Of course any road game can be lost, games like UAR and LSU at home are tough and on a bad night you can lose to anyone.