How to watch Florida vs. Missouri.
Undefeated Florida (5–0) travels to Missouri to take on the Tigers (4–1) in a critical SEC clash. With a huge game at LSU looming, the Gators look to stay unbeaten under first-year coach Jim McElwain, who has exceeded expectations thus far. Florida made a statement with last week’s win over Ole Miss, leaping to No. 11 in the rankings, and will again lean on the arm of quarterback Will Grier, who threw four touchdowns and no interceptions in the upset.
Missouri could take a big step up nationally with a victory, and turn to true freshman Drew Lock at quarterback after suspending Maty Mauk indefinitely this week. Lock was steady (21-for-28, 136 yards, two touchdowns) in the Tigers’ win over South Carolina last week, and Missouri’s defense has been solid enough to think they can give the Gators some problems.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below.
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 (W, 38–10)
Oct 10: at Missouri (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Oct. 17: at LSU (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
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. Southeast Missouri (W, 34–3)
Sept. 12: at Arkansas State (W, 27–20)
Sept. 19: vs. Connecticut (W, 9–6)
Sept. 26: at Kentucky (L, 21–13)
Oct. 3: vs South Carolina (W, 24–10)
Oct. 10: vs. Florida (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Oct. 17: at Georgia (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Oct. 24: at Vanderbilt (TBD)
Nov. 5: vs. Mississippi State (9 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Nov. 14: BYU (TBD)
Nov. 21:vs. Tennessee (TBD)
Nov. 27: at Arkansas (2:30 p.m. ET, CBS)