A week after almost a monumental surprise over top-ranked Alabama, No. 11 Florida returns to the field on Saturday night against Tennessee to show that his impressive performance against the Crimson Tide was no accident. The Gators looked able to challenge number 2 Georgia for the SEC East crown in that narrow loss, but will have to trade against the volunteers to validate that notion.

The return of Redshirt rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson could help Florida after missing the game with a hamstring injury last week. Tennessee will play its first street game under first year coach Josh Heupel after blowout wins against overwhelmed opponents Bowling Green and Tennessee Tech and a loss to Pittsburgh. Playing against a top 15 team on the street in a hostile environment becomes a serious test for a team still searching for their identity. Florida has beaten Tennessee eight times in a row at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, for a total of 15 out of 16, but for some who remember the 1990s and early 2000s, this is still a major rivalry game.

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