Florida vs. Tennessee Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Florida vs. Tennessee online live stream and TV broadcast information for Saturday's SEC East showdown between the Gators and Volunteers in Gainesville.

    September 23, 2015

    The Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers meet for the 45th time on Saturday as they battle in The Swamp for rivalry bragging rights and positioning in the SEC East race. 

    The Florida defense, led by Vernon Hargreaves III, will try to stop a powerful Vols rushing attack anchored by Jalen Hurd and Alvin Kamara.

    Florida has owned the series as of late, winning the last 10 matchups dating back to 2005. It ties the longest streak in the series – Tennessee won the first 10 meetings, which spanned from 1916 to 1953.

    Can the Volunteers quiet The Swamp, or will the new-look Gators keep the streak alive?

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Florida vs. Tennessee online live stream options, TV broadcast information, and game notes.

    Florida vs. Tennessee Live Stream & TV Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Gainesville, FL)
    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Kickoff Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: CBS
    • Florida vs. Tennessee Online Live Stream: No Video Stream, Florida Radio, Tennessee Radio

    Florida vs. Tennessee Prediction

    Florida will find a way at home. It’s been ten wins in a row over the Vols since a 30-28 loss in Knoxville to start out the 2004 SEC season, and 2003 was the last time the Gators lost in the big battle at home.

    For a complete breakdown of the matchup and score prediction, check out Pete Fiutak’s Florida vs. Tennessee preview.

    Game Notes

    • Florida has won the last 10 games against the Volunteers, and leads the all-time series 25-19.
    • The Gators 3-0 start is their first since 2012, and ninth in the last 11 years.
    • Tennessee has scored 138 points through its first three games, the most since scoring 171 to start the 1914 season
    • The Volunteers are rushing for 246.0 yards per game, ranking 13th in the NCAA.

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