The big day is here! Florida football is set to take on the South Florida Bulls at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida this afternoon for the second game of the 2021 season. After a solid win at home that still left a lot of questions last week against the Florida Atlantic Owls, Gators fans are hoping for dominating victory for them on Saturday.
Below, we have everything you need to know about today’s game, from how to follow the action to the history between the two teams to scouting reports. Go Gators!
How to Watch
READ: How to watch Florida football vs. USF on Saturday "Florida football plays its second game of the 2021 season on the road in Tampa against the South Florida Bulls on Saturday. The second-ever meeting between the two I-75 sister schools kicks off at 1 p.m. EDT from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida." — Adam Dubbin
Gators Wire's Staff Picks
"The staff here at Gators Wire weighed in with their takes and predictions ahead of Saturday afternoon’s affair at Raymond James Stadium. Here is a look at how we think things will go down." — Adam Dubbin [listicle id=53087]
"There is not a whole lot of history between the Florida Gators and the South Florida Bulls on the college gridiron, with the two schools meeting just once over the years." — Adam Dubbin [vertical-gallery id=47101]
READ: Scouting the USF Bulls ahead of their meeting with Florida "This Bulls team shouldn’t present as much of a challenge as the Owls did last week, but here’s what you need to know about them." — Tyler Nettuno
10 Interesting Tidbits
"Florida and USF have only met once before, back when times were very different for both programs. Here are 10 things you need to know about the Bulls football team." — Pat Dooley [listicle id=53042]
10 Players to Watch
"Now we present a list of the 10 players you should keep an eye on this Saturday as the Gators get their final tune-up before the Southeastern Conference schedule." — Adam Dubbin [vertical-gallery id=53135]
The Gators' only meeting against USF
READ: That one time Florida faced USF on the college football gridiron "There were some players still around from the greatest four seasons in Florida football history (48-7 from 2006-09), but the guts of the team had moved on to the NFL." — Pat Dooley
READ: Breaking down Florida football's Week 2 depth chart "The latest depth chart is identical to the one the Gators released last week (apologies to fans that were hoping to see Anthony Richardson start on Saturday), including the “or” at running back between Malik Davis and Dameon Pierce, despite Davis seeing the bulk of the carries in Week 1." — Tyler Nettuno