The Florida Gators are 2-0 and coming off a fine win over Texas A&M. The Tennessee Volunteers are 2-0 and hosting the Gators in a battle of unbeatens at Neyland for the first time in this rivalry since 2006. And so the game, which will air at 6 p.m. Eastern on ESPN, is one of college football's biggest tilts in Week 3.
Florida's won the last seven meetings in the series, dating back to Urban Meyer's 2005 Gators winning 16-7 in Gainesville in the lowest-scoring game in the rivalry since the Eisenhower Administration. Tyler Bray and the Vols' potent offense will look to put points on the board, but Florida's defense is not exactly inclined to facilitate that, having given up just 31 points in two contests in 2012.
Game time, TV channel: 6 p.m. Eastern, ESPN
Online streaming: Florida vs. Tennessee will be available on Watch ESPN, which you probably don't get, and not ESPN3, which you probably do.
Point spread: Tennessee favored by three points.
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