Florida Gators 2013 baseball schedule announced

Bruce Thorson-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Florida Gators have announced their baseball schedule for the 2013 season. What are some of the more notable matchups?

The Florida Gators have announced their schedule for the 2013 baseball season. 36 games will be played at Florida's McKethan Stadium starting with a three-game series with the Duke Blue Devils on Feb. 15-17.

The Gators will also host teams such as the Kentucky Wildcats, the Ole Miss Rebels, Miami Hurricanes and South Carolina Gamecocks, all of whom reached the 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament.

The Gators will have three separate games against Sunshine State rivals the Florida State Seminoles. The Gators will host the Seminoles on March 12, play them at the Baseball Grounds in Jacksonville on March 26 and travel to play them in Tallahassee on April 9.

The Gators will open March with a three game series against the Hurricanes from March 1-3. Georgia Southern and Indiana will also play at McKethan Stadium.

For the complete schedule, check out Florida's official athletics page.

For more news and information on the Florida Gators, check out the SB Nation blog Alligator Army.

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