Florida Gators 2020 football schedule

The 2019 season is just around the corner but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to 2020. The Florida Gators released its 2020 football schedule and it is a decent slate of home games for the Gators but some can’t miss road trips.

As is the case in even years the Gators will host LSU, Kentucky and South Carolina from the SEC. They’ll add out of conference games with Eastern Washington, Southern Alabama and New Mexico State.

The season begins with three-straight weeks in The Swamp before the first road test at Neyland Stadium.

The Gators will also play Ole Miss for the first time since a 38-10 throttling of the then No. 3 ranked Rebels in 2015. This time the Gators will travel to Oxford, their first trip there since 2007 (a 30-24 UF win).

Additionally, with a bye week before Georgia and road dates on either end that means the Gators will go more than a month (10/10-11/21) without playing at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

Check out the full schedule below.

September 5 – Eastern Washington
September 12 – Kentucky
September 19 – South Alabama
September 26 – @ Tennessee
October 3 – South Carolina
October 10 – LSU
October 17 – @ Ole Miss
October 24 – BYE WEEK
October 31 – Georgia (Jacksonville)
November 7 – @ Vanderbilt
November 14 – Missouri
November 21 – New Mexico State
November 28 – @ FSU

 

Additionally the Gators future SEC opponents are also known through 2025.

2019 vs. Auburn / at LSU
2020 vs. LSU / at Ole Miss
2021 vs. Alabama / at LSU
2022 vs. LSU / at Texas A&M
2023 vs. Arkansas / at LSU
2024 vs. LSU / at Auburn
2025 vs. Mississippi State / at LSU
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