Florida Gators vs. Mizzou Tigers: Kickoff Time, Live Stream, TV Info, & More


All your gameday info needed for the Florida Gators matchup against the Missouri Tigers.

Florida Gators (3-2, 2-2 SEC)

Head Coach: Will Muschamp

Captains: Seniors C Max Garcia, OT Chaz Green, TE Clay Burton; Junior LB Antonio Morrison

Missouri Tigers (4-2, 1-1 SEC)

Head Coach: Gary Pinkel

Captains: Seniors OT Mitch Morse, DE Markus Golden, WR Bud Sasser, S Braylon Webb

Last Meeting: Missouri 36, Florida 17

Last Meeting in Gainesville: Florida 14, Missouri 7

Overall Series: Missouri leads 2-1, Florida leads 1-0 in Gainesville

Venue: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field (88,548)

Time: 7:00 pm EST

Weather: Clear, 76 degrees at kickoff dropping to mid-60s throughout the game.

TV: ESPN2 (Play-by-play: Joe Tessitore, Analyst: Brock Huard, Sideline Reporter: Shannon Spake)

Online Live StreamWatchESPN

AudioGator IMG Sports NetworkGatorVision

Line: Florida -6 (46.5 Over/Under)

Swag: Gators will be wearing blue on white:

Tweet of the Week:

Homecoming Tweets:

Game Day Quote:

"“We’re going to see who has the hot hand and see who’s helping move our football team and gives us the best opportunity to win. We’ll make that decision as we go through the game.’” Will Muschamp on Florida’s new dual-quarterback system. (h/t GatorZone)"



Statistical Breakdown

Injury Report

5 Gators to Watch

5 Tigers to Contain

Driskel and Harris to Split Snaps

Full Preview

The SEC East race is as wide open as ever and even though Florida lost last week, they still control its own destiny. Jeff Driskel and Treon Harris will both see action as the Gators will introduce their two-headed QB system against Missouri. Florida coaches and fans are hoping that Harris will provide a spark, not unlike the one he triggered in the Tennessee game. On the defensive side of the ball, the Gators have been led by Antonio Morrison and Alex McCalister and have really tightened up since the Alabama game. Meanwhile, Missouri is coming off one of their worst games under Gary Pinkel’s tenure. The Tigers got shut out by the Georgia Bulldogs, 34-0 after QB Maty Mauk turned the ball over 5 times, including four interceptions. Mizzou’s defense has some standouts, starting with DEs Shane Ray and Markus Golden. If Florida wants to get movement on offense, the offensive line will have to continue to protect the QB, whoever that is. These two teams have a lot in common, much like the Gators opponent last week. Both offenses are in a tailspin after a hot start and both defenses can be stout at times. It’ll likely come down to QB play and WR help. Both teams last week were plagued by receiver drops and mental lapses. This is a critical stretch for both teams, but a little more intense for Florida as they already have two league losses. A loss this week would mean their dreams of Atlanta would likely be dashed. A win, and Florida has two weeks to prepare for their annual tilt for Georgia in Jacksonville, with the Bulldogs the only major obstacle left. It’s absolutely a must win for Will Muschamp and the Gators.