GAINESVILLE -- Two of Florida’s first three games in 2014 will be broadcast on the new SEC Network, ESPN announced Thursday.
The Gators’ Sept. 6 game against Eastern Michigan (4 p.m.) and Sept. 13 SEC opener against Kentucky (7:30 p.m.) will air on the network.
According to the release, all 14 league teams will appear on the SEC Network within the first four weeks of the season.
During the conference’s spring teleconference Wednesday, Florida coach Will Muschamp updated the status of several sidelined players set to be cleared this week.
Tailback Matt Jones, who missed spring practice recovering from a serious knee injury, is “on target,” Muschamp said.
Also “on track” are linebackers Alex Anzalone (shoulder) and Matt Rolin (knee), as well as sixth-year senior wideout Andre Debose.
“I think we’re in pretty good shape,” Muschamp said.
“It’s fine with me. I was for eight games. It isn’t all fair all the time, that’s part of it. Whatever format they went with eight games I was good with it. … There’s no perfect answer to please everybody. We did what is best for our league. We all have hidden agendas whatever university we represent.”
-- Muschamp on the finalization of the future SEC schedule
2015 CLASS ADDS ANOTHER
West Orange cornerback/tailback/athlete Jalen Julius committed to Florida late Wednesday night, according to multiple recruiting services.
Later, Julius, a three-star prospect, confirmed his verbal pledge on Twitter.
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