UAB travels to Florida for a non-conference game on Saturday, Nov. 18.

The SEC Network will broadcast the game live at 3 p.m. Central (4 p.m. Eastern). Florida is a 10.5-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.

The Blazers are 7-3, while the Gators are 3-6. Florida is 2-0 all-time vs. UAB, winning 39-0 in 2011 and 51-3 in 2002.


Florida has little left to play for this season.

Championship dreams are long gone. Bowl hopes are squashed. Even a .500 season is out the window.

So what’s left?

“Play for yourself, play for your pride, play for the name on your back, play for the name on the front of the jersey,” senior running back Mark Thompson said. “We came here to play football, so just cause our season isn’t going the way we thought it would go doesn’t mean that we’re not going to continue to play hard.”

The Gators (3-6) have two games remaining, beginning Saturday against UAB (7-3) at home, to at least end a disappointing season on a positive note.

“Have pride in what you do,” interim coach Randy Shannon said. “Pride as a football team, pride to represent this university and pride of being something that’s special.”

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Florida will be at home for the first time since parting ways with coach Jim McElwain, who went 22-12 in two-plus seasons in Gainesville.

Athletic director Scott Stricklin has spent the last two weeks searching for the team’s next coach, with former Oregon coach Chip Kelly and UCF’s Scott Frost emerging as potential candidates.

Players have been reeling since the sudden coaching change that followed one of the strangest weeks in program history.

Florida lost 45-16 at Missouri and showed more fight in a

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