In case you missed all of the controversy earlier this season, the Florida-LSU game, which was postponed due to Hurricane Matthew, was rescheduled to Nov. 19. However, instead of being played in Gainesville, Fla., it is now being played in Baton Rouge, La.
But that doesn’t mean Gators fans can’t watch the game from The Swamp.
On Wednesday, Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin announced the school would host a viewing party for the game against LSU at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The matchup will be shown on the video boards inside the stadium.
But that’s not all, there will also be food trucks, live music, activities at Alligator Alley and more at the event. The first 150 season-ticket holders to register will even get to run out of the tunnel prior to kickoff.
The Gators and Tigers are scheduled to kick off on Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. ET on SEC Network.
It could be a critical matchup for Florida as it tries to secure a berth in the SEC championship game. Before LSU, the Gators are hosting South Carolina this Saturday at noon ET on CBS.
LSU is traveling to Arkansas this Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.