Kentucky Vs. Florida 2012: TV Schedule, Game Time, Spread And More

GAINESVILLE, FL - APRIL 9: Coach Will Muschamp of the Florida Gators takes the field before the Orange and Blue spring football game April 9, 2010 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Florida is looking to improve to 3-0 on the year as they host Kentucky.

The No. 14 Florida Gators are looking to improve to 3-0 in the SEC as they host the Kentucky Wildcats. Florida should be able to easily dispatch of Kentucky, and considering Western Kentucky defeated the Wildcats last week, this outcome could be by a very large margin for Florida.

While Kentucky's confidence is low, Florida's has to be high. The Gators are ranked in the top 15 and just last week defeated a ranked Tennessee team.

Florida currently has a 25-game winning streak over Kentucky, and have outscored them 200-36 score over the past four meetings. There is no reason for that streak to not continue on Saturday afternoon.

Date/time: Saturday, Sept. 22, 12 p.m. ET

Location: Gainesville, Fla., Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

TV: SEC Network

Streaming: ESPN3

Radio: Gator radio network

Odds: Florida is a 23.5-point favorite

Check the national college football scoreboard right here. For more on Florida go check out Alligator Army and for everything on Kentucky visit A Sea of Blue.

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