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The No. 23-ranked Vols (2-0) come limping into Florida looking for their first back-to-back wins against the Gators since 2003-2004. Tennessee snapped what had been an 11-game losing streak to the No 24-ranked Gators (0-1) last season.
Florida looks to avoid starting a season 0-2 for what would be the first time since 1971.
Tennessee-Florida football game time, details
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Date: Saturday, Sept. 16
Location: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville
Line: Florida by 4.5 points
What channel is Tennessee-Florida on?
CBS is televising the football game between Tennessee and Florida.
How can I watch Tennessee-Florida online?
Fans can go to CBSsports.com to stream the game and find more information on digital viewing of the Vols-Gators game.
How can I listen to Tennessee-Florida on the radio?
You can listen to the Tennessee broadcast on the Vol Network with Bob Kesling and Tim Priest on the call. The Vols-Gators football game also is on satellite radio, Sirius Channel 138 and XM Channel 191.
Who is calling Tennessee-Florida for CBS?
Brad Nessler will handle play-by-play duties and Gary Danielson will provide analysis for the Tennessee-Florida football game.
What you need to know about Tennessee-Florida
- Tennessee learned Friday it will be without senior safety Todd Kelly Jr.. Last year’s tackles leader is out indefinitely with knee injury.
- Tennessee will also be without WR Jauan Jennings (wrist), preseason All-SEC MLB Darrin Kirkland Jr. (knee) and RT Chance Hall (knee). All three projected starting upperclassmen have been among the preseason injuries the Vols have suffered.
- Kick return man Evan Berry (hamstring) is questionable for the game.
- The Vols will be without tight end Eli Wolf, cornerback Baylen Buchanan and linebacker Austin Smith.
- Saturday’s game marks the second straight season but only the third time since 2007 that both teams have been ranked in the Top 25 at the time of their meeting.
- Florida holds a 26-20 advantage in the all-time series, including a 13-5 edge in games played against Tennessee in Gainesville.
- The Gators have won their last 27 home-opening games and have not started a season 0-2 since 1971.
- Tennessee scored 38 points against Florida in the most recent game between the teams, erasing a 21-3 halftime deficit for a 38-28 victory over the Gators.
- Vols tailback John Kelly is the only player in the SEC who leads his team in rushing (208 yards) and receptions (10) this season.
- Tennessee has 27 players on the traveling squad of 70 who will make their first appearance at Florida.
- Only 13 percent of the yardage Tennessee accumulated in last year’s game was generated by players still on the roster.
- Ty Chandler’s 91-yard kick return for Tennessee last Saturday was the 11th special teams touchdown of the Butch Jones coaching era in Knoxville (since 2013). The Vols have 5 TDs off kick returns in that span, a mark bettered only by San Diego State (7).
- Tennessee sophomore linebacker Daniel Bituli has had a breakout start to the season. Bituli’s 23 tackles in the season-opening 42-41 double-overtime win against Georgia Tech were the most by a Vols player since 1988.
- Florida has a 20-6 record against Tennessee since 1991.