The Florida Gators-Florida State Seminoles regular-season finale will be in primetime.
The ACC announced Monday that the annual rivalry game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 30 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. It will be broadcast on the SEC Network.
UF won the meeting in Tallahassee last year 41-14. Before that, the Seminoles had won five consecutive games in the series. FSU also enters with a four-game winning streak over the Gators in Gainesville, dating back to UF’s 37-10 win in 2009.
If Florida wins, Dan Mullen would become the first Gators coach since Urban Meyer (and fifth in program history) to win his first two meetings against the ’Noles. FSU interim coach Odell Haggins could be coaching to remove the “interim” from his title.
Both teams are off this week. UF (9-2) will likely enter the game in the top 10. FSU (6-5) became bowl eligible over the weekend.