Florida Gators 2019 football schedule

The Southeastern Conference released the 2019 football schedule on Tuesday afternoon revealing the entire Florida Gators 2019 football schedule.

Florida will resume a rivalry with Auburn when the Tigers come to Gainesville. It will be the first meeting between the two teams since 2011. Florida and Auburn met annually from 1945-2003 but have played just three times since 2006 with Auburn winning all three of those meetings.

Florida’s other cross-division game will be, as always, LSU. Florid will travel to LSU in 2019 for the first time since 2016. That season Hurricane Matthew postponed Florida and LSU’s game in Gainesville. The game was eventually moved to the second to last weekend of the season with LSU hosting. To make up for that Florida has hosted LSU in 2017 and will host the Tigers again this October.

Florida’s non-conference schedule will get kicked off with a neutral site opener against rival Miami. Florida and Miami used to be an annual rivalry game but that stopped in 1987. Florida and Miami played 49 times with Miami winning 25 of those contests when the schools played annually. Since then the series has been dominated by Miami with the Canes winning five of the last six matchups. Florida and Miami will play in Orlando at the Camping World Kickoff.

University of Tennessee-Martin, Towson and Florida State round out the Gators non-conference schedule.

You can view Florida’s complete 2019 football schedule below:

August 31 – vs. Miami (Orlando, Fla.)
September 7 – UT Martin (Gainesville, Fla.)
September 14 – Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.)
September 21 – Tennessee (Gainesville, Fla.)
September 28 – Towson (Gainesville, Fla.)
October 5 – Auburn (Gainesville, Fla.)
October 12 – LSU (Baton Rouge, La.)
October 19 – South Carolina (Columbia, S.C.)
October 26 – BYE
November 2 – vs. Georgia (Jacksonville, Fla.)
November 9 – Vanderbilt (Gainesville, Fla.)
November 16 – Missouri (Columbia, Mo.)
November 23 – BYE
November 30 – Florida State (Gainesville, Fla.)
December 7 – SEC Championship (Atlanta, Ga.)

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