Tennessee will be taking on Florida in an SEC showdown on Saturday in Knoxville.

College GameDay will be on Tennessee’s campus for its prestige game of the week.

Rece Davis, ESPN’s College Gameday host, shared more of his thoughts on Tennessee moving forward to this game against Florida and the tougher SEC opponents later in the schedule.

“It’s been only 3 weeks, so things can change. But, there’s a big gap in my judgment from the top 3 in the rest of the country. But, there’s also a gap, a smaller one, from how they play against Georgia, Ohio State, and Alabama,” Davis said. “It’s not a big one, but there is one there. But, anytime you can get quick scores and maybe get somebody’s head spinning a little bit and you have a multitude of weapons, (with) the (chunk) plays – that’s the formula.”

So, as Davis mentioned, Tennessee can potentially upset Georgia but, first the Vols have other tests to conquer.

One game at a time and on Saturday, Tennessee will take on Florida at Neyland Stadium at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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