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ESPN’s College GameDay headed to Florida vs. LSU

The traveling show will chronicle UF for the second straight week.
Leonard Fournette scores against Florida during LSU’s victory in Baton Rouge last season.
Published Oct. 6
Updated Oct. 6

ESPN’s College GameDay is headed to cover Florida.

Again.

The traveling show will air live from Baton Rouge next week for the Gators’ top-10 battle with LSU. Both teams are undefeated and likely to be in the top seven in Sunday’s Associated Press top 25.

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It’ll be the second straight GameDay matchup for UF, after the show originated from Gainesville on Saturday. The show also kicked off the season at the Magic Kingdom before Florida-Miami. The last GameDay matchup between LSU and the Gators was in 2009.

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