We’ve got a SEC East rivalry game on tap for Week 5 of the 2017 college football season. One that will be going on down in The Swamp will be between the Florida Gators (2-1) and the Vanderbilt Commodores (3-1).
Kickoff from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville will be at 12:00 p.m. ET on September 30. ESPN will have the broadcast. The available live streams can be found on WatchESPN and on FuboTV.
Vanderbilt enters play at 3-1 (0-1) on the year. While the Commodores had a big win in Week 3 over the ranked Kansas State Wildcats, they were absolutely buzz sawed by the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide in Vanderbilt Stadium in Week 4. Vanderbilt is probably a bowl team, but that was a rough 59-0 loss at home for the ‘Dores.
Florida enters play at 2-1 (2-0) on the season. While the Gators look lost against the ranked Michigan Wolverines in their neutral-site opener in Arlington, Florida has since bounced back with a pair of SEC East wins. Though Florida had its Week 2 game against Northern Colorado canceled due to Hurricane Irma, Gator Nation should be happy with wins over the Tennessee Volunteers and the Kentucky Wildcats in SEC play.
Date: Saturday, Sept. 30
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Location: Gainesville, Florida
Venue: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: CLICK HERE
RELATED: Sportsbook Review has full College Football odds
According to SportsBook Review, Florida will be laying 10 points at home to visiting Vanderbilt. The associated moneylines for this game are Florida -365 and Vanderbilt +262. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 42 points.
Point Spread: Florida -10
Moneylines: Florida -365, Vanderbilt +262
Florida seems to have found itself but has a long way to go from being a serious SEC Championship contender. The Gators have a solid defense but remain very much a work in progress offensively.
Vanderbilt has a great defense, even after getting obliterated at home by Alabama. The Commodores have been inconsistent on offense. It may not sink them enough to miss out on a bowl, but it will probably prevent them from going to Atlanta for its first trip to the SEC Championship.