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Florida vs. Idaho: How to watch, TV channel, online streaming, free radio

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Florida's season opener is on one of those better-hidden channels.

Mike Ehrmann

Florida and Idaho are just three hours from kicking off in The Swamp at 7 p.m. on this gorgeous (so far) Saturday in Gainesville.

The game will be televised by ESPNU, which you will probably know if you have or not, and it should air on that channel from the game's outset, given that Missouri-South Dakota State is its lead-in, and that game is unlikely to be particularly competitive.

If you're looking for an online stream, you can get one with WatchESPN — as long as you get ESPNU through your cable or satellite provider.

And, finally, if you're interest in hearing Mick Hubert and Lee McGriff call the game on the radio, you're in luck this year: That broadcast is now free on TuneIn thanks to a partnership between Florida and IMG. You can tune in your local affiliate, or to, uh, TuneIn, or just call 218-936-3808. Yes, really.

You can listen to every game on your phone – even when you are away from your radio. Just dial 218-936-3808. There is no extra cost for the call and you can listen to the entire live broadcast – including pregame and postgame coverage – on your cell phone, from anywhere in the U.S. Are you watching TV while listening to the Voice of the Gators Mick Hubert on the radio? We'll help you match and synchronize the two together.

How will you be taking in the game?