Vanderbilt Vs. Florida: Gators Look For Nineteenth Straight Win At Home

The No. 12 Florida Gators (18-4, 6-1 SEC) host the No. 25 Vanderbilt Commodores (16-6, 5-2) Saturday afternoon, with Billy Donovan's club looking to win their seventh straight and nineteenth in a row at home.

The No. 12 Florida Gators (18-4, 6-1 SEC) host the No. 25 Vanderbilt Commodores (16-6, 5-2) Saturday afternoon, with Billy Donovan's club looking to win their seventh straight and nineteenth in a row at home.

Florida is coming off a 74-66 win over South Carolina on Thursday. Vanderbilt has not played since Tuesday, when they fell 82-74 to Arkansas.

The Gators and Commodores are similar offensive clubs. Florida is first in the league in scoring (80.4 points points per game) and second in field goal percentage (47.6 percent). Vanderbilt, on the other hand, is third in both scoring (74.6 ppg) and field goal shooting (46.9 percent).

This will be the 123rd meeting between the two schools, with Vanderbilt holding a slim 63-59 series advantage. Florida is 12-3 against Vanderbilt at home under head coach Billy Donovan.

For all news and information regarding Florida Gators athletics, please visit Alligator Army. For updates and perspective on the Vanderbilt Commodores, head on over to Anchor of Gold. For complete coverage of college hoops, check out SB Nation's dedicated NCAA basketball hub.

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