How to watch Florida vs. LSU.
After Florida’s 21–3 win against Missouri last week, starting quarterback Will Grier was suspended one year for violating the NCAA’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Sophomore Treon Harris was named the Gators’ starter for Saturday’s tilt against the Tigers. Harris played nine games as a freshman in 2014, collecting 1,019 yards passing, nine touchdowns and four interceptions.
Last week, LSU defeated South Carolina 45–24 behind quarterback Brandon Harris’s career-high 228 yards passing and two touchdowns, as well as 158 rushing yards and a touchdown from star running back Leonard Fournette. Against the Gamecocks, Fournette became the fastest Tiger to 1,000 yards in LSU’s storied history.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 5: vs. McNeese State (Cancelled)
Sept. 12: at Mississippi State (W, 21–19)
Sept. 19: vs. Auburn (W, 45–21)
Sept. 26: at Syracuse (W, 34–24)
Oct. 03: vs. Eastern Michigan (W, 44–22)
Oct. 10: at South Carolina (W, 45–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Florida (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Oct. 24: vs. Western Kentucky (7 p.m. ET, ESPNU)
Nov. 07: at Alabama (TBD)
Nov. 14: vs. Arkansas (TBD)
Nov. 21: at Ole Miss (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Texas A&M (TBD)
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 (W, 21–3)
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)