Antonio Callaway has a knack for finding the end zone for the Florida Gators.
After he had a rushing touchdown in the third quarter of Florida’s win against Georgia on Saturday, he became the first Gator in program history to account for a touchdown five different ways.
Antonio Callaway is first #Gator to scored a TD five ways in career: returned kick, returned punt, receiving, rushing and passing.
— Ryan Young (@RyanYoungSEC) October 29, 2016
Callaway’s kickoff return for a touchdown came Oct. 15 against Missouri when he returned an onside kick 44 yards for a score.
Callaway’s touchdown pass came against Michigan in last season’s Citrus Bowl.
Callaway regularly returns punts for the Gators. He found the end zone last year against Alabama when he returned a punt 85 yards. Callaway also returned a punt 72 yards for a touchdown against LSU last season.
Callaway has six career touchdown catches, perhaps none as crucial as his game-winner against Tennessee in 2015.
Callaway’s touchdown against Georgia gave the Gators a 21-10 lead in the second half.
This was sweep.
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) October 29, 2016