Florida and Florida State kick off their annual rivalry at 3:30 p.m. this Saturday, and there's admittedly a lot more on the line for the Seminoles than the Gators in this 2014 installment of a series the Orange and Blue have historically dominated.
For FSU, a 27-game win streak, a spot in the College Football Playoff, a chance at a second consecutive national title, and an undefeated home record for Jameis Winston that would further elevate him in the pantheon of
seafood shoplifters college football greats could all vanish with a loss. Florida's really just playing for bowl positioning, and a chance to deny FSU all of those shiny things.
But the Gators are also clearly playing for outgoing coach Will Muschamp, and the steady stream of #ImWithChamp and #WinItForWill posts from current and former Muschamp players makes it abundantly clear how badly they want to get one last victory for their beloved coach. And it's not like Muschamp doesn't have a history of victory at Doak Campbell Stadium: Florida's 37-26 win over the Seminoles in 2012 in Tallahassee was one of the more impressive wins from the Gators' 11-2 campaign that year.
Here's how to watch, listen, and stream
Game time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Online streaming: WatchESPN