Location: Stephen C. O’Connell Center – Gainesville, FL [Capacity: 11,548]
Time: 4:00 p.m. EST
|(1) FLORIDA GATORS||LSU TIGERS|
|Head Coach: Billy Donovan||Head Coach: Johnny Jones|
|Record: 26-2 (15-0 SEC)||Record: 17-10 (8-7 SEC)|
|Conference: Southeastern||Conference: Southeastern|
|Roster | Schedule||Roster | Schedule|
Odds: Florida -11.5 | O/U: 137.5
HISTORY, STATS AND STREAKS
» The Gators won the outright 2014 SEC regular-season title and clinched the No. 1 overall seed in the SEC Tournament on Thursday after Kentucky lost and gave UF a four-game lead in the league standings with three contests left to play.
» LSU leads Florida 42-60 in the all-time series between the two programs with the Gators holding a 13-8 edge over the Tigers under Donovan. UF is 26-19 all-time at home against LSU (5-3 under Donovan) and has won five-straight games against their league rivals.
» The Gators enter Saturday’s game on a program-record 20-game winning streak and at 15-0 have set a UF mark for most conference wins in a single season. Its 26 wins are also the most the Gators have captured in a single season.
» Florida is also on two school-record home winning streaks – 30-straight overall and 15-in-a-row against league opponents.
» The Gators at 26-2 (15-0 SEC) have set a program mark for best overall start to a season. UF has also won 25 of its last 26 games.
» Florida has won eight-straight SEC road games, also a program record.
» The Gators are 77-9 since the beginning of the 2011-12 season when holding an opponent under 71 points in a game.
» UF is 13-2 this season in single-digit decisions after going 0-6 in such contests during the 2012-13 campaign. Florida is also 1-0 in overtime games.
» The Gators are 10-2 in true road games this season with both losses coming against ranked opponents during the first month of the season. UF lost those contests by a combined seven points.
» March 1 is the latest in a season that Florida has been ranked No. 1 nationally.
» The Gators’ senior class is the first in school history to win three SEC championships.