The state of Florida has been a battle between three teams over the years. On Saturday, two of those teams will find their way to the field to face one another as the Florida Gators host the Florida State Seminoles in a non-conference rivalry battle to end the regular season. Florida is 10-1 for the season and ranked No. 10 for the year. Florida State is 9-2 and ranked No. 14 going into this week. This is a chance for both sides to ruin the end of the season for the other.
Florida struggled last week but would beat Florida Atlantic 20-14 in overtime. Treon Harris has thrown for 1,231 yards, eight touchdowns and four interceptions since getting the starting job from Will Grier. Antonio Callaway has been finding the ball coming in his direction a ton with 27 catches for 541 yards and four touchdowns. Kelvin Taylor is leading the Gators on the ground with 841 yards and 13 touchdowns and will need to continue that strong play against a tough Seminoles defense.
Florida State pounded Chattanooga last week 52-13 as they got ready for this one. Sean Maguire is likely going to be under center again for the Seminoles with his 968 passing yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions. Dalvin Cook has been a snowball going downhill without anyone stopping him this season as he has 1,475 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns. Travis Rudolph and Kermit Whitfield each have 51 catches to lead the receivers with Rudolph having 693 receiving yards to Whitfield’s 690.
What time is the Florida vs. Florida State game?
The Florida vs. Florida State game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
What date and channel will the Florida vs. Florida State game be on?
The Florida vs. Florida State game will be played on Saturday, November 28 and can be seen on ESPN.