2009 Florida Gators football schedule posted

By Kevin Kelley -

We have uploaded the 2009 Florida Gators Football Schedule. Although the Gators have the usual tough SEC schedule, they face a relatively light non-conference schedule.

Florida will play Charleston Southern, Troy, Florida International and arch-rival Florida State all at home.

SEC matchups for the Gators in 2009 are Tennessee, at Kentucky, at LSU, Arkansas, at Mississippi State, Georgia (at Jacksonville), Vanderbilt and at South Carolina.

Comments (20)

What a cupcake schedule. This is a good way to NOT get a BCS birth in 2009. Look at Georgia’s schedule. Non-conf games against some tough opponents. I’d hate to be passed over for a BSC championship because we played wussy schools like Troy and Charleston Southern (who the XXX are they?)

what is this schedule? do the gators play anybody outside of fsu on their non-conference schedule? No its a shame they have a lame duck schedule

The cupcake schedule will be offset by the fact that the Gators will, as defending national champs with an army of returning letterman and Tebow, be installed as pre-season #1, so all they need to do is rollover these cupcakes and then survive the gauntlet of the nation’s perennial greatest conference and they will be in the Rose Bowl in early January. Glad that UT and FSU are in the swamp. LSU in Death Valley will be the game that concerns me the most.

Go GatorNation!

The 2 best college football teams in the land were Florida and the university of Utah running utes.The Utes who Coach Meyers coached for a couple of years should have been in the title game with florida. Which Utah would have had a good chance of winning because of their great speed on defense, and great talent offensively. The crimson tide was totally embarassed by the utes in the sugar bowl.

Funny to me they droped Alabama and added Charlsten southern.Might as well play the boys club.Wimpy schedule

Florida played Alabama in the SEC Championship game in 2008, they didn’t “drop” them. Alabama is a West team, therefore they rotate on and off of Florida’s schedule. Florida plays at Alabama in 2010 and hosts the Crimson Tide in 2011.

I don’t know if that’s something to be proud of. But it does set up the Gators for some easy wins.

It seems that a few years ago that “in” thing to have was a tough non-conference schedule. Now the pollster don’t seem to care as much.

Sean, you’re a jackass!! To wish something like that on anybody is pure stupidity!!!
As far as the schedule goes, the Gators didn’t get a say in that. Thank the stupid BCS for that crap!!
Go Gators!! All the way again.
And looks like Tebow will take Walker’s spot as the all time best quarterback!!

why can’t fla gators play any body that can whip there ass? cause they have no guts. to much show and too much blow if you ask me.

So you mean UF scheduled Charleston Southern, Troy, and Florida International when they were BCS powerhouses? This non-conference schedule is just as bad as North Carolina scheduling 2 FCS schools. What a joke.

gators rule i dont care if there schedule is wimpy go gators!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I rise to gradulate the Gators and Corch Meyers on their BSC Championship. Percy Harvey played a great game, and it was one of the most best duh-fense plays I have seen. Go Gator!