College GameDay is showing off its first conference game of the season in week four, and surprisingly, it’s in SEC.
Davis, Kirk Herbstreet, Desmond Howard, David Pollack, Lee Corso and the gang will head to Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, for the Middle East Division playoff ranked between No. 11 Tennessee and No. 20 in Florida.
Tennessee got off to its best start in years under second-year coach Josh Hoebel, starting 3-0 for the first time since 2016—and, coincidentally, the last time the Volunteers beat Florida, who are enjoying five straight wins in that rivalry. .
Meanwhile, Florida is looking to recover from a disappointing two-week period that saw the Gators lost to Kentucky and struggled with a 31-28 win over South Florida. That’s, of course, after week 1 of crunching a No. 7 Utah swamp.
Sporting News takes a look at GameDay’s fourth week visit:
Where is ‘College GameDay’ for Week 4?
- Site: Knoxville, Tenn.
- time: 9 a.m. ET
- the match: No. 20 Florida in No. 11 Tennessee
Tennessee on Saturday makes its 22nd-ever “GameDay” appearance. It is the first time the team has participated in the show since October 8, 2016 (a 45-38 double overtime loss to Texas A&M) and the first time it has hosted since September 24, 2016 (a 38-28 win over Florida, which is also the last time. They met difference in “GameDay”).
Volunteers number 10-11 in their previous 21 meetings. Includes 3-6 record as the home team; record 2-6 against Florida; And a 1-4 ground record versus the Gators.
Florida will appear at number 42 of all time on the show, good for third after only Ohio State (54) and Alabama (53). Their last appearance on the show was October 12, 2019, in a 42-28 loss to fifth place LSU. Their last meeting was against Tennessee on September 24, 2016.
The Giants were 26-15 in 41 previous games, including 9-7 on the road; 6-2 against Tennessee; And 4-1 on the road versus volunteers.
This will be the ninth-ever meeting between Tennessee and Florida on “GameDay,” which after Saturday will match Alabama-Georgia as the third most memorable showdown in the show’s history (behind Ohio-Penn State and Alabama-LSU, both at 11 each).
ESPN’s “College GameDay” schedule
Saturday 24 September
- start time: 9 a.m. ET
- TV channel: ESPN
- flow: ESPN+, fuboTV
The “GameDay” crew will preview Saturday’s football matches live from Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. The Tennessee-Florida game kicks off at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.
Week 5 will see a better slate of games overall, many of which may be in competition to visit GameDay. This includes several potential ranked matches, from Fayetteville, Arkansas (No. 2 Alabama at No. 10 in Arkansas); Clemson, South Carolina (No. 12 NC State at No. 5 Clemson); Waco, Texas (No. 9 Oklahoma State at No. 17 Baylor); and Oxford, Miss. (No. 8 Kentucky No. 16 on the Ole Miss).
|week||the match||Site||guest picker||Corso headwear||outcome|
|1||West Virginia at House 17 (Thursday)||Pittsburgh||Unavailable||leopards||house 38, WVU 31|
|1||No. 5 Notre Dame in No. 2 Ohio||Columbus, Ohio||Jack Harlow||box||Ohio State 21 Our Lady 10|
|2||#1 Alabama in Texas||Austin, Texas||Glen Powell||scarlet tide||Alabama 20, Texas 19|
|3||Troy in Appalachia||Boone, North Carolina||Luke Combs||mountain climbers||Appalachian State 32, Troy 28|
|4||No. 20 Florida in No. 11 Tennessee||Knoxville, Tenn.||to be announced later on||to be announced later on|
Who is the guest picker for Week 4 College GameDay?
GameDay has yet to announce its celebrity guest pick for its fourth week.