Florida vs South Florida: College Football Start Time, Betting Odds, Picks and live stream

Florida vs South Florida: College Football Start Time, Betting Odds, Picks and live stream

The Florida Gators and South Florida Bulls will meet during Week 2 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. ET Saturday, and the game will air on ABC. The Gators are looking for their second straight win while the Bulls attempt to right the ship after a bad loss to NC State.

South Florida vs. Florida College Football Week 2
Florida vs. South Florida: Need to know

The South Florida Bulls will take on the Florida Gators at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday at home.

The night got going harsh for South Florida last Thursday, and it finished that way, as well. They were totally outclassed by the NC State Wolfpack out and about and fell 45 to nothing. The Bulls were in an intense situation by the half, with the score previously sitting at 24 to nothing.

In the interim, in case there were any questions why Florida was a substantial most loved Saturday, the group immediately let those questions go. They made simple work of the Florida Atlantic Owls last week and took away a 35-14 win. The challenge was everything except wrapped up toward the finish of the third, so, all in all Florida had set up a 21 to nothing advantage. Their QB Anthony Richardson was ablaze, amassing 40 passing yards as well as scrambling for one TD and 160 yards. That score – a 73-yard surge in the final quarter – was one of the features of the matchup.

Florida’s protection was a presence too, as it moved beyond Florida Atlantic’s hostile line to sack the quarterback multiple times for a complete deficiency of 29 yards. Driving the way was DL Zachary Carter and his two sacks. Those were the main sacks for Carter.

Florida’s triumph lifted them to 1-0 while South Florida’s misfortune dropped them down to 0-1. We’ll check whether the Gators’ prosperity moves on or then again if the Bulls can take their positive force.

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