Florida Gators vs. Vanderbilt Commodores: Kickoff Time, Live Stream, TV Info, & More


All your gameday info needed for the Florida Gators matchup against the Vanderbilt Commodores.

Florida Gators (4-3, 3-3 SEC)

Head Coach: Will Muschamp

Captains: Seniors C Max Garcia, OT Chaz Green, WR Mike McNeely, S Jabari Gorman

Vanderbilt Commodores (3-6, 0-5 SEC)

Head Coach: Derek Mason

Captains: Not Announced

Last Meeting: Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17

Last Meeting in Nashville: Florida 31, Vanderbilt 17

Overall Series: Florida leads 35-10-2; In Nashville, Florida leads 16-7-1

Venue: Vanderbilt Stadium (40,550)

Time: 7:30 pm EST

Weather: Mostly Cloudy, 49 degrees at kickoff, dropping to mid-to-lower 40s throughout the game. 

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TV: SEC Netowrk (Play-by-play: Dave Neal, Analyst: Andre Ware, Sideline Reporter: Laura Rutledge)

Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN

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Line: Florida -14 (44 Over/Under)

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Game Day Quote:

"“Matt is like my big brother. I love Matt, and he gets me better. I get him better and I feel like if we can keep doing that we’re going to have great success. I think we can keep doing that for the rest of the year.” – Kelvin Taylor on he and Matt Jones relationship  (h/t GatorZone)"




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It was the Matt Jones and Kelvin Taylor show last week in Jacksonville as the Gators got back on the track to bowl eligibility. Both Jones and Taylor ran for over 190 yards as the Gators crushed Georgia. Now the focus shifts to a Vanderbilt team that has struggled on the season. Which means Florida can’t let it’s guard down and needs to have laser focus. The Gators should be fine on defense as the ‘Dores are on its fourth QB of the season with an offense that ranks 110th or worse in every major category.. On offense, it’s likely UF will be able to get past VU with another impressive rushing performance, but it might be a good idea to let QB Treon Harris throw more than six passes against the 71st ranked pass defense in the country. Florida will be looking for revenge as Vandy beat the Gators in Gainesville last year. The difference is this Commodore team isn’t very good. Florida needs two more wins to become bowl eligible and they’ll likely pick up one of those wins Saturday in Nashville, with the other “guaranteed” win likely being against Eastern Kentucky. Things seem to be clicking at the right time as the Gators still have a shot to get to Atlanta. A win Saturday would only improve those chances. Go Gators and Big Blue!