The Gamecocks face the Gators in what might be the biggest game in school history. If South Carolina wins and Florida beats Tennessee on Dec. 1, the Gamecocks will become the first team other than the Gators or Volunteers to win the SEC East Championship.

ESPN announced on Monday that it will nationally televise Florida’s game at South Carolina on Saturday, November 10th. Kickoff has been moved to 7:45 pm ET
This is the third time this season that Florida has appeared on a national ESPN telecast (ESPN2 vs. Marshall and ESPN vs. Auburn) and the sixth time in nine games this season that the Gators have appeared on a national telecast. With this announcement, every Florida game this season, except for the UL-Monroe game on Sept. 8, will be a network telecast. CBS Sports has already announced that the Nov. 17th game vs. Florida State (8:00 pm ET) in Gainesville and the Dec. 1st contest vs. Tennessee (4:30 pm ET) in Gainesville will appear on national television.

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