Tennessee vs. Florida Live Stream, Start Time, Odds & TV Info

Tennessee vs. Florida live stream, start time, betting odds and TV information for Saturday’s game between the Volunteers and Gators.


Week 3 of the 2017 college football season features only two ranked vs. ranked matchups, but they are crucial conference clashes. In the first one on Saturday afternoon, the No. 24 Florida Gators welcome the rival Tennessee Volunteers, currently ranked No. 23 in the nation, to The Swamp.

There were initial concerns that the game could be postponed due to Hurricane Irma which would have cost the Gators two home games in as many weeks, but school officials determined Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was in good enough condition to play.

Now, we get to see the two SEC East foes square off to start their conference schedules.

Tennessee enters the game 2-0, barely squeaking past Georgia Tech in overtime to keep their perfect record in tact, while the Gators have not seen the field since dropping the season opener to Michigan.

The Gators have won the last two SEC East titles, so they will need to find a win if they hope to return to Atlanta for the conference championship. The Vols, meanwhile, will be looking to shake things up and continue climbing the rankings with a quality road win to advance to 3-0 on the year.

How can you tune in to Saturday afternoon’s game between Tennessee and Florida? All of the information you need to catch the action from the opening kickoff can be seen below:

Date: Saturday, Sept. 16
Start Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Gainesville, Florida
Venue: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: Stream 1
Betting Odds: Florida -4.5 | Over/Under: 49

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  • Josh SanchezCAMPUSSPORTS Writer
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