No. 6 Florida and Virginia face the Orange Cup on Monday, the fourth of 6 New Year’s Eve cups, after the Cotton Bowl and College Football Playoff semifinals.
Florida (10-2, 7-2 SEC) earned its bid to the Orange Bowl as the highest rated SEC team, the Big Ten and Notre Dame not already affiliated with the Playoffs or the Sugar and Rose Bowls. Goalkeeper Kyle Trask led the Gators in his second consecutive season with 10 wins, but it’s the defense, with 46 sacks leading to the SEC, which had the biggest impact this season, helping Dan Mullen reach the 6th consecutive title. of his second season in Gainesville.
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The Cavaliers (9-4, 6-3 ACC) made the Orange Cup runner-up in the ACC, as champion Clemson is instead in the Playoff. Regardless, Virginia’s 9-4 campaign is better than Bronco Mendenhall’s term in Charlottesville. His team is led by the ever-dangerous quarterback Bryce Perkins, who not only has 3,215 passing yards and 18 touchdowns in 11 interceptions, but is also the team’s leading 745 yards.
Here’s a guide to everything you need to watch the Orange Bowl matchup between Florida and Virginia, including start time, TV channels and a full New Year’s golden timetable.
What is the Florida Channel versus Virginia today?
- TV channel (national): ESPN
- Live broadcast: WatchESPN
Florida vs. Virginia is broadcast nationally on ESPN in the six games of the fourth year and only played on Monday. Steve Levy will do the play-by-play, Brian Griese will be the analyst and Holly Rowe and Molly McGrath will be the journalists.
Florida vs. Virginia: What time is the kickoff?
- Date: Monday, December 30th
- Principle year: 8 pm ET
The Bowl Orange matchup between Florida and Virginia begins at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, December 30th. Florida and Virginia met only once, a Gainesville 55-10 regular-season win over the Gators.
The new timetable 6
Saturday, December 28
Monday, December 30th
Florida and Virginia
Wednesday 1 January
Rose Bowl game
Wisconsin vs. Oregon
Bowl of sugar
Georgia vs. Baylor
Monday 13 January
College Football World Championship
LSU vs. Clemson