UF | 2013 College Football Preview

Florida Gators 2013 game by game breakdown

 

Miami Herald Writer

Aug. 31: Toledo, Noon SEC Net.

Florida will cruise to its 24th consecutive season-opening victory. UF 30-9.

Sep. 7: @ Miami, Noon ESPN

In 2012, Florida ranked No. 78 nationally in scoring offense, and UM ranked No. 83 in scoring defense. Something’s got to give. UF 24-17.

Sep. 21: Tennessee, TBA

The Gators have won six in a row against the Volunteers. The streak continues. UF 24-10.

Sep. 28: @ Kentucky, TBA

New Wildcats coach Mark Stoops might have his team pointed in the right direction, but his promising recruiting class won’t be on campus yet. UF 35-0.

Oct. 5: Arkansas, TBA

Even the Gators can score against a feeble Hogs defense. UF 33-13.

Oct. 12: @ LSU, TBA

Florida isn’t holding LSU under 200 yards of total offense in Death Valley. LSU 23-16.

Oct. 19: @ Missouri, TBA

Tigers quarterback James Franklin tossed four interceptions in a close loss (14-7) last season. Repeat performance? UF 20-7.

Nov. 2: Georgia (Jacksonville), 3:30 p.m., CBS

Muschamp has never won a game in the series — sporting red and black or orange and blue. UGA 21-20.

Nov. 9: Vanderbilt, TBA

This isn’t your daddy’s ‘Dores, but alas, the Gators still have better players. UF 26-17.

Nov. 16: @ South Carolina, TBA

All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is still not impressed with Florida’s offense. USC 22-16.

Nov. 23: Georgia Southern, TBA

A brief reprieve before another tough rivalry game. UF 38-0.

Nov. 30: Florida State, TBA

The Seminoles won’t win in Gainesville twice in a row. UF 28-20.

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