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The game is being played at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida.

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Florida football schedule 2017

Date Team Time Result
9/2 Michigan 3:30 p.m. ET L, 17-33
9/9 Northern Colorado 3:30 p.m. ET Canceled
9/16 Tennessee 3:30 p.m. ET
9/23 @ Kentucky TBA
9/30 Vanderbilt TBA
10/7 LSU TBA
10/14 Texas A&M TBA
10/28 Georgia 3:30 p.m. ET
11/4 @ Missouri TBA
11/11 @ South Carolina TBA
11/18 UAB TBA
11/25 Florida State TBA

Tennessee football schedule 2017

Date Team Time Result
9/4 Tennessee 8 p.m. ET W, 42-41 (2 OT)
9/9 Indiana State 4:00 p.m. ET W, 42-7
9/16 @ Florida 3:30 p.m. ET
9/23 UMass 12:00 p.m. ET
9/30 Georgia TBA
10/14 South Carolina TBA
10/21 @ Alabama TBA
10/28 @ Kentucky TBA
11/4 Southern Miss TBA
11/11 @ Missouri TBA
11/18 LSU TBA
11/25 Vanderbilt TBA

Florida-Tennessee football preview

After having its originally scheduled home opener wiped out by Hurricane Irma last weekend, Florida will instead debut in The Swamp today against SEC rival Tennessee.

Prior to the cancellation with FCS foe Northern Colorado, the No. 24 Gators (0-1) were hoping to use that tune-up contest as an opportunity to build confidence for their beleaguered offensive line and redshirt freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks.

Instead, it’s straight into SEC play they go as the No. 23 Vols (2-0) visit Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

There was some uncertainty earlier in the week, after Irma passed through Gainesville, whether the game would stay in The Swamp, but officials announced Tuesday the stadium was indeed ready for its first game day of the season.

Florida, which returned to practice Tuesday, will be looking to renew some optimism and confidence for its season after a dismal debut in a 33-17 loss to Michigan two weekends ago in Arlington, Texas.

Tennessee, meanwhile, rolls into town with the momentum of back-to-back wins to start the season. The Vols opened with a 42-41 overtime win over Georgia Tech in Atlanta, prevailing despite being outgained 655 yards to 369 and possessing the ball less than half the time of the Yellow Jackets. They then handled business last weekend with a 42-7 win over FCS foe Indiana State.

Both teams have introduced new quarterbacks this season.

For Florida, Franks completed 5 of 9 passes for 75 yards in his collegiate debut against Michigan before being replaced in the third quarter by graduate transfer Malik Zaire (9-of-17 passing for 106 yards).

For the Vols, junior Quinten Dormady has completed 60 percent of his passes for 415 yards, 4 touchdowns and 1 interception, while redshirt freshman Jarrett Guarantano (4 of 12 for 41 yards, 1 touchdown) got into the game last year.

Last season, Tennessee snapped an 11-game losing streak to Florida with a come-from-behind 38-28 win in Knoxville, Tenn.

Florida remains without nine suspended players, including star running back Jordan Scarlett and wide receiver Antonio Callaway.