Game Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: CBSSports.com
This might be one of the most intriguing match ups on Saturday's slate of games.
The 11th-ranked Florida Gators will travel to Fayetteville to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks. Though the Razorbacks are somewhat out of SEC West contention, this game has major stipulations for the Gators, as they need two more SEC wins to represent the SEC East in Atlanta.
The Hogs are 2-3 in their last five games, losing to a combined score of 278-97, with their most recent pounding being a 56-3 loss against the Auburn Tigers.
The Gators head into this matchup with a 6-1 record, winning their last three games by a total score of 77-30.
Arkansas quarterback Austin Allen has played well so far this season, but he has taken a beating from the offensive line not blocking effectively, which should have the Florida defense licking their chops.
The Gators defense ranks second nationally in total defense, and they rank first overall in the SEC in total defense.
The really question is can Luke Del Rio win his first game on the road for the Gators? When Jim McElwain has his starting quarterback in the game, he has a record of 14-0, but Del Rio hasn't faced a SEC West opponent yet, which could give the Gators offensive line some trouble.
I would expect nothing less than a low scoring, sloppy type game, as both teams should struggle against the opposing defense.
Florida 23 - Arkansas 13
Ultimately, I think this will be a great showing by the Gators defense, as we don't know for sure if Austin Allen is truly 100 percent. The Arkansas offensive line is absolutely atrocious and are in the bottom of the league in sacks, which looks like a weakness the Florida defensive line will take advantage of.
With the Arkansas defense being one of the worst teams in rush defense in the SEC, I expect Luke Del Rio to turn and hand the ball off to Jordan Scarlett and Lamical Perine to take the pressure off of his shoulders.