VIDEO: Florida Gators Annual Spring Game Set For Friday Night, April 7 On SEC Network

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game will consist of four 12-minute quarters

ABOVE VIDEO: The game will be televised live on the SEC Network on Friday night, the second straight year the Gators will cap spring camp under the lights.

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA (FLORIDA GATORS) – Gators head coach Jim McElwain and his staff will set the final details at a meeting later this week.

However, McElwain said Monday the format of Florida’s annual Orange & Blue Debut should resemble last year’s game.

“Become a made-for-television event, so we’ve got two hours — actually an hour and 57 minutes to get everything in,” McElwain said. “We’ll do our best to trip that time frame.”

The game will be televised live on the SEC Network on Friday night, the second straight year the Gators will cap spring camp under the lights. Last year’s game drew an estimated 46,000 fans.

McElwain said the game will consist of four 12-minute quarters.

McElwain also plans for the team to work on various situational drills. The Gators worked on overtime drills after last year’s game was complete. If you need a quick refresher, the Blue routed the Orange 44-6 a year ago in the first UF spring game held at night.

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