What channel is Florida vs. Virginia on today? Time, TV schedule for Orange Bowl

first_imgMORE: Florida vs. Virginia odds, predictions, betting trendsThe Cavaliers (9-4, 6-3 ACC) made the Orange Bowl as the runner-up in the ACC, as conference champion Clemson is instead in the Playoff. Regardless, Virginia’s 9-4 campaign is the best of Bronco Mendenhall’s tenure in Charlottesville. His team is led by ever-dangerous quarterback Bryce Perkins, who not only has 3,215 passing yards and 18 touchdowns to 11 interceptions, but also is the team’s leading rusher with 745 yards. Here’s a guide to everything to need to watch the Orange Bowl matchup between Florida and Virginia, including start time, TV channels and a full New Year’s Six bowl schedule.What channel is Florida vs. Virginia on today?TV channel (national): ESPNLive stream: WatchESPNFlorida vs. Virginia is televised nationally on ESPN, the fourth New Year’s 6 games and the only one played on Monday. Steve Levy will do play-by-play, Brian Griese will serve as the analyst and Holly Rowe and Molly McGrath will be the sideline reporters.Florida vs. Virginia: What time is kickoff?Date: Monday, Dec. 30Start time: 8 p.m. ETThe Orange Bowl matchup between Florida and Virginia starts at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, Dec. 30. Florida and Virginia have only met once, a 55-10 regular-season victory in Gainesville for the Gators.New Year’s 6 scheduleSaturday, Dec. 28BowlTeamsCotton Bowl ClassicPenn State 53, Memphis 39Peach Bowl (CFP semifinal)LSU 63, Oklahoma 28Fiesta Bowl (CFP semifinal)Clemson 29, Ohio State 23Monday, Dec. 30BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVOrange BowlFlorida vs. Virginia8 p.m.ESPNWednesday, Jan. 1BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVRose Bowl GameWisconsin vs. Oregon5 p.m.ESPNSugar BowlGeorgia vs. Baylor8:45 p.m.ESPNMonday, Jan. 13BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVCollege Football Playoff championshipLSU vs. Clemson8 p.m.ESPN No. 6 Florida and Virginia face off in the Orange Bowl on Monday, the fourth of the New Year’s Day 6 bowls, after the Cotton Bowl and College Football Playoff semifinal games.Florida (10-2, 6-2 SEC) earned its Orange Bowl bid as the highest-ranked team out of the SEC, Big Ten and Notre Dame that wasn’t already tied to the Playoff or Sugar and Rose bowls. Quarterback Kyle Trask has ably led the Gators to their second straight 10-win season, but it’s the defense, with its SEC-leading 46 sacks, that has had the greatest impact this season, helping Dan Mullen reach a New Year’s 6 bowl in just his second season in Gainesville.last_img

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