How to watch Ole Miss vs. Florida.
The Gators overcame a 13-point deficit with five minutes remaining in the game to defeat Tennessee 28–27 in Week 4. Stand-in quarterback Will Grier finished 23 of 42 for 283 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the win. Following his one-game suspension for violating team rules, Treon Harris will return to signal calling for the Gators against Ole Miss.
Ole Miss is coming off a 27–16 win over Vanderbilt, in which quarterback Chad Kelly threw for 321 yards and running back Jaylen Walton collected a season-best 133 yards. Heading to Gainesville for the first top-25 matchup at The Swamp since 2012, the Rebels are favored.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
Sept. 5: vs. New Mexico State (W, 61–13)
Sept. 12: vs. East Carolina (W, 31–24)
Sept. 19: at Kentucky (W, 14–9)
Sept. 26: vs. Tennessee (W, 28–27)
Oct. 3: vs. Ole Miss (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Oct 10: at Missouri (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Oct. 17: at LSU (TBD)
Oct. 31: vs. Georgia (3:30 p.m. ET, CBS)
Nov. 7: vs. Vanderbilt (TBD)
Nov. 14: at South Carolina (TBD)
Nov. 21: vs. FAU (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Florida State (TBD)
Sept. 5: vs. UT Martin (W, 76–6)
Sept. 12: vs. Fresno State (W, 73–21)
Sept. 19: at Alabama (W, 43–37)
Sept. 26: vs. Vanderbilt (W, 27–16)
Oct. 3: at Florida (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Oct. 10: vs. New Mexico State (Noon ET, SEC Network)
Oct. 17: at Memphis (TBD)
Oct. 24: vs. Texas A&M (TBD)
Oct. 31: at Auburn (TBD)
Oct. 07: vs. Arkansas (TBD)
Oct. 21: vs. LSU (TBD)
Oct. 28: at Mississippi State (TBD)