How to watch Florida vs. South Carolina.
The Gators are coming off a 9–7 win against Vanderbilt, which earned them their first SEC championship game appearance since 2009. Austin Hardin’s field goal with 2:22 remaining in the fourth quarter sealed the win for Florida against the Commodores.
Last week, the Gamecocks dropped an SEC contest to Tennessee in the final seconds of the game. With 32 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Jerell Adams fumbled the ball as he was heading for the red zone with his team trailing by three points. The Vols recovered the football, and ultimately sealed the 27–24 victory.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 3: vs. North Carolina (W, 17–13)
Sept. 12: vs. Kentucky (L, 26–22)
Sept. 19: at Georgia (L, 52–20)
Sept. 26: vs. Central Florida (W, 31–14)
Oct. 3: at Missouri (L, 24–10)
Oct. 10: vs. LSU (L, 45–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Vanderbilt (W, 19–10)
Oct. 31: at Texas A&M (L, 35–28)
Nov. 7: at Tennessee (L, 27–24)
Nov. 14: vs. Florida (Noon ET, ESPN)
Nov. 21: vs. The Citadel (Noon ET, SEC Network)
Nov. 28: vs. Clemson (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 (L, 35–28)
Oct. 31: vs. Georgia (W, 27–3)
Nov. 7: vs. Vanderbilt (W, 9–7)
Nov. 14: at South Carolina (Noon ET, ESPN)
Nov. 21: vs. FAU (Noon ET, SEC Network)
Nov. 28: vs. Florida State (TBD)