A sign in the “Rowdy Reptiles” section said it all.

“Hey Kentucky, this is what Senior Day looks like.”

Truly.

No. 1 Florida, supercharged and senior-laden, eviscerated a tumbling Kentucky team 84-65 on Saturday afternoon, putting a perfect finish on the regular season.

Anchored by a special group of four seniors — Scottie Wilbekin, Casey Prather, Patric Young and Will Yeguete — the Gators made history, becoming the first team in the Southeastern Conference to go undefeated over an 18-game league schedule.

“This is the greatest regular season I’ve ever been a part of,” Gators coach Billy Donovan said. “Their consistency and the way these guys have performed and winning 18 games in a row in this league, it’s never happened before. … These four guys have done a remarkable job. They’re going to be remembered for what they’ve done.”

Four years ago, a hotshot prospect (Young), a kid (Wilbekin), a project (Yeguete) and a wide-eyed winger (Prather) came together, and on Saturday they cut the nets down as the greatest senior class in UF history.

“Pitch perfect. When I went to sleep [Friday] night, this is how I imagined [Saturday] happened,” Wilbekin said. “It was a dream ending. I couldn’t have asked for anything better.”

Florida’s 23rd consecutive victory, and school-record 32 in a row in O’Connell Center, was the senior’s 113th career win, another accolade next to three SEC titles and three NCAA Elite Eight appearances.

Young scored a season-high 18 points, 14 during a dominant first half that the Gators finished with a commanding 21-point lead.

UF’s muscle-man center said Saturday’s emotional pregame Senior Day festivities “fueled” his steady performance.

“[The crowd’s response] made me feel stronger,” he said.

Florida throttled Kentucky with offensive efficiency in the first half, assisting on its first 11 baskets and shooting a blistering 61 percent, including 7 of 12 from beyond the three-point arc.

UF’s freshman roadrunner Kasey Hill nearly hijacked Senior Day with a terrific first half, handing out six assists and scoring four points with Wilbekin plagued by early foul trouble.

“I thought it was his best game by far he’s had here,” Donovan said of Hill. “He was aggressive, he was physical. He was tough and played with energy.”