Florida vs. Georgia: Preview, time, TV channel, how to watch online

Two top-ten SEC teams will meet up on Saturday in one of the conference’s best rivalries when No. 9 Florida meets No. 7 Georgia.

Both teams will have the opportunity to essentially knock the other out of contention in the College Football Playoff and gain a huge advantage over the other in the SEC East standings.

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Florida (6-1, 4-1 in SEC) is riding a five-game winning streak behind one of the country’s best pass defenses. The Gators have allowed just 160 passing yards per game, which is sixth in the country and best in the SEC, and have allowed only 16.6 points per game. 

Defense has also been a strength for the Bulldogs (6-1, 4-1), who were cruising this season until their most recent game, a 36-16 blowout loss at the hands of then-No. 13 LSU. Georgia has dominated on both defensive and offensive end, coming in tied for 15th in the country in points for (39.6) and 13th in points against (16.3).

Here is all the information you need to watch Florida vs. Georgia:

When does Florida play Georgia?

Saturday’s game will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET. 

What channel can I watch Florida-Georgia?

The contest will be broadcast nationally on CBS, but you can also stream it online at fuboTV.

Where is Florida-Georgia being played?

Florida-Georgia, per tradition, will take place at a neutral site in Jacksonville, Fla., the same place it has been every year but twice since 1933. The Gators have won three of the last four matchups, although the Bulldogs emerged victorious with a 42-7 win last season. 

Who is the favored team between Florida and Georgia?

Georgia opened the week as the seven-point favorites, but the line has moved down to 6.5 points. 

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