Florida kicks off its 104th college football season on Sept. 4 against Miami (Ohio) and ESPN will televise the game nationally at 12 p.m.
Additionally, CBS has announced that Florida’s games against Tennessee (Sept. 18) and Georgia (Oct. 30) will be televised nationally. Kickoff for the games at Knoxville and in Jacksonville are set for 3:30 p.m.
Last season, 12 of Florida’s 14 games were televised nationally, including ever Southeastern Conference football game.
Network partners determine the kickoffs of the other nine games at least 12 days prior to each contest.
2010 FLORIDA SCHEDULE
4: MIAMI (OHIO), Noon, ESPN
11: SOUTH FLORIDA
18: at Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. CBS (SEC)
25: KENTUCKY (SEC)
2: at Alabama (SEC)
9: LOUISIANA STATE (SEC)
16: MISSISSIPPI STATE (SEC)
30: Georgia at Jacksonville, 3:30 p.m. CBS (SEC)
6: at Vanderbilt (SEC)
13: SOUTH CAROLINA (SEC)
20: APPALACHIAN STATE
27: at Florida State