Florida game will be at 2:30 PM on CBS

http://www.secsports.com/article/178746 … november-5

Yep, and Brad Nessler (think that’s spelled correctly) will join Gary to call this game. Think it’s a one-off and then Verne is back next weekend.

Not true.
http://www.cbssports.com/college-footba … abama-lsu/
The day starts with the 90th meeting between the Irish and Midshipmen. Navy, one of the top Group of Five teams in the nation this season, will look to overcome a five-game losing streak to Notre Dame. The game will be played in Jacksonville for the first time in series history and in the state of Florida for the second time (Orlando, 2000).
Speaking of Florida, action will continue Saturday when the Gators take on the Razorbacks for the first time since 2013. Florida, which is currently atop the SEC East standings, is 9-1 all-time against Arkansas with nine straight wins and has not played in Fayetteville since 2008. Brad Nessler will be making his SEC on CBS debut, leading the announcing team with Aaron Taylor joining for color commentary and John Schriffen working the sideline.
Saturday’s blockbuster slate will conclude with one of the SEC’s biggest rivalries when the Crimson Tide hit the road to face the Tigers. Alabama will be ranked No. 1 in the nation and coming off a bye week as it looks to win its sixth straight over an LSU team that is running hot behind interim coach Ed Orgeron.
All of this will go down live on CBS beginning at noon on Saturday, Nov. 5. Both SEC games will also be streamed live nationally here on CBSSports.com.

Appears so. Guess that would make it only half true.