Florida vs Tennessee pregame notes
The No. 6 rated Florida Gators are taking a five-game triumphant streak, coming off a 34-10 win this past weekend over the Kentucky Wildcats. This weekend, the Gators will hit the way to take on the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville. The Gators sit with a 7-1 report and control their own destiny for an expectation to play in the SEC Championship. Meanwhile, the Vols are 2-5 on the year, with their last outing being a loss to the Auburn Tigers. The Gators have triumphed in three decent games against Tennessee. These two SEC East rivals will open at 3:30 this Saturday and the game will broadcast on CBS.
Match data for the game given by the University of Florida
Florida ranks eighth nationwide in SEC with 7.41 yards through play which is on pace for the school record of 7.40 set by the 1995 Gators. 2019’6.5 yards per play ranked 16th nationally, away from the best average since 2009.
Florida has won four SEC opponents by at least 20 points for the first time since 2008. The Gators’ 347 points check their fifth-highest total within the first eight games of any season in school history. Only trailing the 2001 Gators (359), 1995 Gators (364), 1994 Gators (394), and 1996 Gators (413). Florida’s school-record streak of nine consecutive games. 35-plus points were closed last week, as was its school-record burst of seven continuous 35-point outings upon SEC teams. With a win last week, Dan Mullen relinquished Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer for the best 34-game start by a head trainer in the UF story. Mullen is now 28-6, while Spurrier and Meyer were 27-7. Meyer won his 35th, while Spurrier lost his 35th.
Florida got off to a bumpy start carefully, but it has performed well for elongated extents after Halloween. The Gators stand second in the SEC with 2.88 sacks per contest and 6.50 gears for loss per match. Florida has 13 takeaways this season.