Florida and Missouri kick off at 12:21 p.m. this Saturday from Faurot Field in Columbia, and that extra 21 minutes after noon is likely to help a lot of Gators fans find the game, because the SEC TV broadcast won't be airing on any of the usual suspect channels.
To see Florida-Missouri on television, you're going to have to find your local SEC TV affiliate. (For 2013 alone, SEC TV designates what SEC Network did for the last few years: That a game is being broadcast by an ESPN crew, but aired by local affiliate channels.) Fortunately for fans in the South, and in Florida, those affiliate channels are extensive. Via the SEC, here's the full list of SEC TV affiliates showing Florida-Missouri.
And here's that list for the state of Florida.
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You can also catch Florida-Missouri streaming online via WatchESPN, but only if you've got a cable subscription. Still, that might work just fine if you can hook up a gaming console or a laptop to your TV.