Florida and LSU officially postponed their weekend matchup on Thursday, and both teams are left wondering when, or if, they will play the contest.
Butch Jones is thinking the same thing.
Butch Jones on @3HL1045 talking Florida-LSU: "They have to play that football game … I know the SEC will do the right thing."
— @GrantRamey (@GrantRamey) October 6, 2016
Should the game not be rescheduled, Florida would have played one less SEC game than Tennessee — a contest that was by no means labeled as a definite victory.
The LSU matchup was arguably Florida’s toughest remaining SEC game with Missouri, Georgia, Arkansas and South Carolina still looming.
Meanwhile, Tennessee still holds contests against Texas A&M, Alabama, South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri and Vanderbilt.
Per SEC regulations … division champ has "highest % of wins during all reg. season conference competition." So 6-1 UF tops 6-2 Tennessee.
— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) October 6, 2016