A Florida Running Back Announced That He Was Transferring Immediately Following The Program's First Loss To Kentucky In 31 Years
I'd imagine the truth is that this was decision that has been in the works for awhile now. Adarius Lemons is a kid who moved around in high school, de-and-re-committed multiple times, and was playing his first game of his sophomore season following a suspension to start the year. There's plenty of reasons for him to want out of an environment that plays pretty heavily to him ending up in more trouble sooner rather than later, especially if he doesn't see eye-to-eye with the coaching staff. Therefore, this loss was probably nothing more than the last straw.
That said, the truth isn't anywhere near as funny as the idea of a otherwise content student-athlete having the entirety of the camel's back broken by the disappointment of suffering through the snapping of a 31-year winning streak. I don't think that one loss during a football season could convince a player to take to his notepad to up and transfer schools after mere minutes of self-reflection, but if (and only if) one could then it would probably be one that came at home at the in-conference hands of the SEC's branded basketball school for the first time since 1986.
Kentucky football rarely gets credit for demoralizing anyone other than their own fans out of any building, so I'm giving the Wildcats full credit for Adarius Lemons' immediate decision that he had officially squeezed all the juice out of his time in Gainesville. And that's the bottom line...