2014 SEC TV schedule: Florida-Georgia set for traditional 3:30 p.m. CBS slot

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The World's Largest Outdoor Whatever It Is These Days will be at the same bat time on the same bat channel.

Florida will meet Georgia at 3:30 p.m. on November 1 on CBS, the network and the SEC announced on Tuesday.

The Gators and Bulldogs have customarily played their neutral-site game in Jacksonville in that primary 3:30 p.m. CBS window since the network's TV contract with the conference began, and the game is perennially one of the first games of the CBS TV schedule announced each year.

Florida has lost its last three games to Georgia, a source of some vexation for Gators fans, especially those who believe completely insane somewhat unorthodox theories that Gainesville native and Georgia graduate Will Muschamp is actually a Dawg sleeper agent. More agonizingly, the Gators have been in all three games, losing them by a combined 15 points, despite twice entering the game without a healthy starting quarterback.

2014's Florida-Georgia game will be the second straight game in the series to take place in November. The last time Florida-Georgia games in consecutive years were played in November was 2002-03.

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