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Florida football schedule

Wk Opp. Date Location
1. Florida Football Schedule: Michigan on Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Arlington, TX
(AT&T Stadium)
It is not common for the Gators to play an out-of-conference game away from The Swamp in September, but that will be the case this year, taking on Michigan in AT&T Stadium. The Wolverines went 10-3 a season ago, finishing things with a 33-32 loss to Florida State in the Orange Bowl. Jim Harbaugh is replacing a bunch of starters, especially on defense, including standout Jabrill Peppers and all four members of a secondary that helped Michigan finished first in the FBS against the pass last season.
2. Sept. 9 Gainesville, FL
Florida’s home opener comes against the Northern Colorado Bears from the FCS ranks. The Bears finished 5-6 last season and should give the Gators the opportunity to recover from their opener and serve as a tune-up before kicking off SEC play.
3. Sept. 16 Gainesville, FL
Tennessee finally was able to break its 11-game losing streak against Florida last season. The Volunteers will look to make it two in a row but haven’t won in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium since 2003. Head coach Butch Jones made several changes to his staff in the offseason, including promoting tight ends coach Larry Scott to offensive coordinator.
4. Sept. 23 Lexington, KY
After playing two straight weeks at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, the Gators head to Lexington for their first SEC road game. Last season, the Wildcats enjoyed a bit of a breakthrough, upsetting Louisville in the regular season finale to win the Governor’s Cup. Kentucky finished with seven wins and qualified for a bowl game for the first time in Mark Stoops’ four-year tenure. Running back Benny Snell Jr. will lead the way on the ground for the Wildcats, which could have one of the more underrated offenses in the conference. Kentucky would love to put an end to its 30-game losing streak to Florida, the longest such active streak in the FBS.
5. Sept. 30 Gainesville, FL
Vanderbilt went to its first bowl game under head coach Derek Mason thanks to back-to-back wins against Ole Miss and Tennessee to close out the regular season. The Commodores will look to take the next step forward this fall, but will have to do so without linebacker Zach Cunningham. The first-team All-American led the SEC in tackles (125) and finished third in tackles for a loss (16.5). Vanderbilt hung tough with Florida last season, losing 13-6 in a defensive struggle at home.
6. Oct. 7 Gainesville, FL
After replacing Les Miles four games into the 2016 season, Ed Orgeron led LSU to a 6-2 record the rest of the way, which was enough to have the interim tag removed from his title. Orgeron further put his stamp on the program in the offseason, hiring Matt Canada as offensive coordinator. Derrius Guice is back to lead LSU’s offense after rushing for 1,387 yards (most in the SEC) and scoring 16 total touchdowns (tied for the most). Last season’s matchup between these two teams was reschedule due to Hurricane Matthew and eventually moved to Baton Rouge. Despite the unusual circumstances, Florida went in to Death Valley and pulled off the upset, 16-10.
7. Oct. 14 Gainesville, FL
Once again Texas A&M faded in the second half of the season, as a 6-0 start gave way to a 8-5 final record. The Aggies will have a new quarterback leading the offense with Trevor Knight exhausting his eligibility. The bigger personnel loss, however, is on the other side of the ball in Myles Garrett, the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s NFL draft. For all of Texas A&M’s struggles on defense, Garrett helped the Aggies finish tied for 17th nationally in sacks with 39 total.
9. Oct. 28 Jacksonville, FL
(EverBank Field)
The game formerly known as the World’s Largest Cocktail Party could be the one that decides the SEC East. Florida has held that title the last two seasons, but Georgia will likely be the favorites to make it to Atlanta this fall. While the Bulldogs have found their starting quarterback in Jacob Eason, the offensive line is in a state of transition. But Kirby Smart returns 10 starters on a defense that finished 16th nationally in 2016.
10. Nov. 4 Columbia, MO
Barry Odom had a tough first season as Missouri’s head coach, as the Tigers finished 4-8 overall and in last place in the SEC (2-6). One bright was the improved play of quarterback Drew Lock. Last season, Lock finished second in the conference with 3,399 passing yards and third with 23 touchdowns.  Missouri will need to replace standout defensive lineman Charles Harris, who left early for the NFL.
11. Nov. 11 Columbia, SC
Former Gators head coach Will Muschamp led South Carolina to six wins and a bowl appearance last season after many predicted the team would finish last in the SEC East. Despite losing the Birmingham Bowl to South Florida (46-39 OT), the future appears to be bright in Columbia. Quarterback Jake Bentley started the final seven games (team was 4-3 in those) for the Gamecocks as a true freshman and could already be one of the best signal-callers in the conference.
12. Nov. 18 Gainesville, FL
The UAB football program will return in 2017 after it was briefly shut down. Since the Blazers are in essence starting over and don’t have a ton of experienced players this should be a cakewalk at home for Florida. The timing couldn’t be better with Florida State looming.
13. Nov. 25 Gainesville, FL
Florida welcomes Florida State to The Swamp looking to snap a four-game losing streak to their in-state archrivals. The last two meetings haven’t been close, as the Gators have been outscored 58-15 combined. The Seminoles hope to still be in the College Football Playoff picture by this point considering they will be a preseason top-five team, if not No. 1. Even though Florida’s SEC fate will be known before this game rolls around, the Gators should have no trouble getting amped up for this one, especially at home.


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