UF Men’s Basketball: Florida at Tennessee Rescheduled for Sunday, March 7

Courtesy of University Athletic Association


The Florida at Tennessee game was originally scheduled for Feb. 10

Florida will play its men’s basketball regular season finale on Sunday, March 7, at Tennessee, the Southeastern Conference announced on Thursday. The game had originally been scheduled for Feb. 10. Game time and television information will be announced at a later date.

The final regular season weekend was left open by the SEC on its initial men’s basketball schedule to allow for flexibility in rescheduling games postponed throughout the season.

Florida won the season’s first meeting with Tennessee, 75-49, in Gainesville on Jan. 19 when the Volunteers were ranked No. 6 in the nation. That margin of victory matched Florida’s largest ever vs. a top-10 team (also Dec. 23, 2006 vs. No. 3 Ohio State, 86-60).

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The road trip to Knoxville means Gators will finish the regular season with three of four games on the road heading into the SEC Tournament, something UF has not done since the 1988-89 season.

Below are all the schedule additions made by the SEC:

Saturday, March 6
Alabama at Georgia | CBS | 2:00 pm ET
LSU at Missouri – originally scheduled for January 9
Mississippi State at Auburn – originally scheduled for February 16
Texas A&M at Arkansas – originally scheduled for February 6
South Carolina at Kentucky – originally scheduled for December 29
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss

Sunday, March 7
Florida at Tennessee – originally scheduled for February 10