How to watch Michigan vs. Florida in the Citrus Bowl.
Michigan finished the season ranked No. 14 in the nation with a 9–3 record. The regular season came to an end for the Wolverines with a 42–13 loss to Ohio State.
The No. 19 Gators were on the cusp of potentially making a late-season push back into the College Football Playoff picture, but lost to Florida State in their regular season finale, and then to Alabama in the SEC championship game. Quarterback Treon Harris looks to turn around an offense that only managed to score one offensive touchdown in its last two games.
How to watch
Details for Friday’s game are below.
Sept. 3: at Utah (L, 24–17)
Sept. 12: vs. Oregon State (W, 35–7)
Sept. 19: vs. UNLV (W, 28–7)
Sept. 26: vs. BYU (W, 31–0)
Oct. 3: at Maryland (W, 28–0)
Oct. 10: vs. Northwestern (W, 38–0)
Oct. 17: vs. Michigan State (L, 27–23)
Oct. 31: at Minnesota (W, 29–26)
Nov. 7: vs. Rutgers (W, 49–16)
Nov. 14: at Indiana (W, 48–41)
Nov. 21: vs. Penn State (W, 28–16)
Nov. 28: at Ohio State (L, 42–13)
Jan. 1: at Florida (1 p.m. ET, ABC)
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 (W, 24–14)
Nov. 21: vs. Florida Atlantic (W, 20–14)
Nov. 28: vs. Florida State (L, 27–2)
Dec. 5: at Alabama (L, 29–15)
Jan. 1: vs. Michigan (1 p.m. ET, ABC)