The NCAA football 2013 live stream and TV schedule holds plenty of intriguing matchups on Saturday, Nov. 2, but among them is a tough SEC battle between two former Top 25 teams that have fallen out of the polls. It will be the Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators in a Saturday afternoon showdown at Jacksonville, Florida. The latest televised and live stream NCAA football game will be presented through CBS and the CBS Sports website.
According to an SBNation.com report from Nov. 2, today’s game will feature Georgia as the 2.5 point favorites over the Gators. Florida enters the game 4-3 overall and 3-2 in SEC games, while the Bulldogs are exactly the same. Both teams were considered potential top 10 teams earlier in the season, but injuries and bad losses have cost them those titles. However, the winner of this game could still have a chance at the SEC East title with a victory today over their foe. The game will be played on a “neutral field” although Jacksonville is not far for Gators fans to travel to.
Despite not being ranked in the top 25, Florida still ranks among the top ten teams in the nation in terms of defense. They’ve only allowed opponents 16.3 points per game this season. The lone exception in their wins has been Tennessee who scored 17 points. They even held then-No.10 LSU to 17 points in a loss.
Georgia ranks at No.25 in the passing yards category, thanks to Aaron Murray’s performances this season. He’s racked up 1,938 yards and 17 touchdowns on 139-of-224 completed passes. Murray has hooked up mostly with Chris Conley and Justin Scott-Wesley who have combined for over 700 yards and six touchdowns on 46 receptions. The Bulldogs will have to find ways to score against the tough Gators defense, or else they could be in trouble, as their own defense ranks at 101st overall in the country.
For today’s game the weather is expected to reach a temperature in the low 70’s by kickoff time. There will be partly cloudy skies and wind blowing northwest about 9 to 14 miles per hour. Runninb back Todd Gurley continues to be listed as “probable” for the Bulldogs, while quarterback Jeff Driskel is definitely out for the Gators. Tyler Murphy will continue to serve as backup.
Saturday’s Georgia vs. Florida NCAA football game has a start time of 3:30 p.m. EST. CBS will provide TV coverage for cable and satellite TV viewers. In addition, there is a Georgia vs. Florida live stream available through the CBS Sports website. The online feed begins at 3:30 p.m. EST and has all sorts of interactive features on the side in addition to the game itself.