Two SEC hurdlers logged record times at the NCAA Championships and now a 40-year-old record has fallen.

Florida’s Grant Holloway and Kentucky’s Daniel Roberts provided a thrilling 110-meter high hurdle Friday. Holloway edged Roberts by .02 seconds for a time of 12.98 seconds, a new NCAA record. Roberts clocked 13.00 seconds, tying a 40-year-old mark set by Renaldo Nehemiah. Check it out their record times below:

It wasn’t the only history Holloway made. He became the first athlete in NCAA Track and Field history to three-peat as the champion of the indoor 60m hurdles and 110m outdoor hurdles.

If you’re wondering how Holloway’s speed and athleticism would have translated on the football field, it almost happened. In November 2015, he committed to Florida track over 17 football scholarship offers, with Georgia considered the leader. Holloway was rated the No. 81 wide receiver in the class of 2016 on the 247Sports Composite. Considering Holloway is breaking records and making NCAA history in track, it appears he made the right decision avoiding the hits he would have taken on the gridiron.