Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE
Florida can reverse a recent trend in the Sunshine State's biggest rivalry against FSU on Saturday — and keep its national title hopes alive, too.
Florida hasn't beaten Florida State in Tallahassee since 2008, when Tim Tebow's Braveheart act led the Gators past the 'Noles in the driving rain. Saturday's weather should be much better, but the Gators would love to rain all over what was supposed to be FSU's dream season.
Here's the game time for and how you can watch Florida vs. Florida State, series history, and injury updates.
Game time, TV channel: 3:30 p.m. Eastern, ABC.
Radio: GatorVision has the radio broadcast of Florida-FSU for free, and the audio is also available on the official Gators iPhone app. And if have an actual radio, not a computer, the Gator Radio Network affiliate list should be helpful.
Online streaming: Florida vs. Florida State will be streamed on ESPN3 and on WatchESPN, but is probably blacked out to much of the Eastern Time Zone, and, frankly, I don't know how well that'll work. Reminder: If you post links to illegal online feeds in the comments, you're getting banned.
Series history: Florida and Florida State have met 56 times since 1958, and Florida leads the all-time series 33-21-2.
Injury updates: Jeff Driskel will start, and a few other players (including Andre Debose) are back from various injuries, but the most important thing about Florida's health is that the offensive line is apparently as healthy as it has been in more than a month. The Gators dominated up front against LSU in The Swamp, but would do something far more impressive by controlling the line of scrimmage against the 'Noles at Ron Zook Field.
Chomping at Bits seems sort of silly on game days. As always: Talk about any and all of this and/or anything else you have to say in the comments. And let this serve as your College GameDay open thread, too.
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