Florida Gators football’s complete 2017 schedule set

By Adam Silverstein
September 13, 2016
Florida Gators football’s complete 2017 schedule set

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The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday released its football schedule for the 2017 season, which means Florida Gators football’s schedule is now complete.

Here’s the schedule as it stands now.

Sept. 2 vs. Michigan (Arlington, Texas)
Sept. 9 vs. Northern Colorado
Sept. 16 vs. Tennessee^
Sept. 23 at Kentucky
Sept. 30 vs. Vanderbilt
Oct. 7 at LSU
Oct. 14 vs. Texas A&M*
Oct. 21 BYE
Oct. 28 vs. Georgia — 3:30 p.m. on CBS
Nov. 4 at Missouri
Nov. 11 at South Carolina
Nov. 18 vs. UAB
Nov. 25 vs. Florida State
Dec. 2 SEC Championship Game

^ UF and UT used to always play in Week 3 but return to this spot for the first time since 2012.
* Texas A&M will play at Florida for the first time since 1962.

The Gators’ schedule features a pair of neutral-site contests against the Wolverines (Week 1) and Bulldogs (Week 9). Coupled with four true road games, that means Florida will play outside of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in half of its 2017 games, the most since 1947.

UF will not play inside The Swamp for more than a full month from Oct. 15 to Nov. 17, which includes a bye week, neutral-site game and consecutive away games. It will play five of seven games away from home from Sept. 23 to Nov. 11.

One Comment

  1. bull says:

    Any idea when tickets will go on sale for the Michigan game?

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