The #11 Kentucky Wildcats (23-5, 13-2 SEC) look to take revenge on the #13 Florida Gators (23-5, 13-2 SEC) as they have a rematch game on Saturday at 2:00 PM (Eastern) at Rupp. The last time these two teams played a few weeks ago, the Gators out rebounded the Cats by 25 (the worst margin in the Cal era) and ended up beating UK by 22.
Since then, their big man, John Egbunu, tore his ACL, and De’Aaron Fox is listed as a game time decision due to hurting his knee in the game on Tuesday at Missouri. With all that being said, the Vegas gambling folks have UK winning by 3 points.
Check back on the site 5-10 minutes after the game for a replay to appear (if it doesn’t get auto blocked)–we’ll make a new post when it is ready. We’ll be doing a Leach & Pratt radio sync of the game as well, but it likely won’t be ready until sometime on Friday.
TV CHANNEL INFORMATION:
TV Network: CBS
Channel on DirecTV, Dish Network, and cable: Varies with provider and location–look it up with TitanTV.
LIVE VIDEO STREAM:
We plan on having several different streaming options available on our live streaming page. You can also watch a live stream of the game over at Watch ESPN / ESPN3 if you are a cable subscriber with access to WatchESPN.
LIVE AUDIO STREAM:
You can also listen to the game online straight from UK Athletic’s website without any restrictions. Using this link, you can also listen to the UK pre-game (1 1/2 hours before tip) and post game shows, which are always entertaining. If you have issues with this link, try out the iHeart WLAP 630 station, which also airs the KSR pre-game and post game shows that starts 2 1/2 hours before tip and 1 hour after the game ends, respectively).
INTERACTIVE LIVE BLOG:
Want to get some play-by-play and interact with fans in real time while the game is on? Then head over to Kentucky Sports Radio about 10 minutes before game time to participate in their live blog.
Our favorite place to discuss all things UK football with fellow CATS fans is over at CatsIllustrated. There are a lot of people over there with a ton of UK football knowledge, so it’s definitely worth checking out.