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Florida looks to continue its winning ways against Vanderbilt in the Music City on Saturday. Here's how to watch the game.
The Florida Gators have been road warriors in 2012, playing two of their first three games on the road in the SEC. Saturday at 6 p.m., they'll play their third and final road SEC game of the year, and do so against a Vanderbilt team that hasn't beaten them since Ronald Reagan was President.
Here's how you can watch and what you'll be watching.
Game time, TV channel: 6 p.m. Eastern, ESPNU
Online streaming: Florida vs. Vanderbilt will be available on Watch ESPN, but you'll need to verify access to catch the Gators that way.
Point spread: Florida favored by 8.5 points.
Series history:: Florida is 34-9-2 all-time against Vanderbilt, and has won 21 straight games in the series dating back to 1989. Since the Gators and Commodores became annual foes in 1992, Florida has 15 double-digit wins in the rivalry.
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