The SEC released its notional football schedule. Here is how the schedule will look for the Florida Gators, assuming coronavirus outbreaks do not impact the season.
Compare this to the original schedule:
- 9/26 Florida at Ole Miss
- 10/3 South Carolina at Florida
- 10/10 Florida at Texas A&M
- 10/17 LSU at Florida
- 10/24 Missouri at Florida
- 10/31 Bye
- 11/7 Florida vs Georgia (World's Largest Outdoor COVID-19 Party, WLOCP)
- 11/14 Arkansas at Florida
- 11/21 Florida at Vanderbilt
- 11/28 Kentucky at Florida
- 12/5 Florida at Tennessee
- 12/12 Bye
- 12/19 SEC Championship (Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia)
The major changes:
- 9/5. Eastern Washington at Florida
- 9/12. Kentucky at Florida.
- 9/19. South Alabama at Florida
- 9/26. Florida at Tennessee
- 10/3. South Carolina at Florida
- 10/10. LSU at Florida
- 10/17. Florida at Ole Miss
- 10/24. Bye
- 10/31. Florida vs Georgia (WLOCP)
- 11/7. Vanderbilt at Florida
- 11/14. Missouri at Florida
- 11/21. New Mexico State at Florida
- 11/28. Florida at FSU
- 12/5. SEC Championship (Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia)
- SEC games only
- Florida now has 5 home games instead of 7
- Florida starts the season on the road in Oxford
- Florida ends the season in Knoxville (note that the historical temperate is a high of 53F, low of 34F. Last year it was 61F and 38F).
- World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party is moved back one week as the World's Largest Outdoor COVID-19 Party
- Vanderbilt flips from home game to away game
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