Florida basketball’s 2010-11 SEC schedule

By Adam Silverstein
August 26, 2010

The Southeastern Conference officially announced the Florida Gators basketball team’s 2010-11 conference schedule on Thursday.

Jan. 8 vs. Ole Miss (CSS)
Jan. 11 at Tennessee (ESPN)
Jan. 15 vs. South Carolina (SEC Network)
Jan. 20 at Auburn (ESPN/ESPN2)
Jan. 22 vs. Arkansas (FSN)
Jan. 25 at Georgia (ESPN/ESPN2)
Jan. 29 at Mississippi State (CBS)
Feb. 1 vs. Vanderbilt (ESPN)
Feb. 5 vs. Kentucky (ESPN)
Feb. 9 at South Carolina (SEC Network)
Feb. 12 vs. Tennessee (ESPN/ESPN2)
Feb. 20 at LSU (ESPN/ESPN2)
Feb. 24 vs. Georgia (ESPN/ESPN2)
Feb. 26 at Kentucky (CBS)
Mar. 1 vs. Alabama (ESPNU)
Mar. 5 at Vanderbilt (ESPN)
Mar. 10-13 – SEC Tournament (Atlanta, GA)

» And here is the out-of-conference slate:

Oct. 28 vs. Florida Tech (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 3 vs. Georgetown College (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 12 vs. UNC-Wilmington (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 16 vs. Ohio State (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 18 vs. North Carolina A&T (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 21 vs. Morehead State (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 23 vs. Florida Atlantic (Gainesville, FL)
Nov. 28 at Florida State (Tallahassee, FL)
Dec. 1 vs. Central Florida (Orlando, FL – Amway Center)
Dec. 5 vs. American (Washington, D.C.)
Dec. 9 vs. Kent State (Gainesville, FL)
Dec. 18 vs. Kansas State (Sunrise, FL – BankAtlantic Center)
Dec. 20 vs. Jacksonville (Gainesville, FL)
Dec. 22 vs. Radford (Gainesville, FL)
Dec. 28 vs. Fairfield (Gainesville, FL)
Dec. 31 vs. Xavier (Cincinnati, OH)
Jan 3 vs. Rhode Island (Gainesville, FL)

– Florida has 12 conference games on national television.
– The Gators will hold Senior Day on Mar. 1 vs. Alabama.
– Florida does not end the season against Kentucky for the first time since 1999.


  1. Gatorbuc15 says:

    12 nationally televised conference games is AWESOME!

    But why did they decide not to keep the Kentucky Fried Wildcats as our final opponent? Do you know Adam?

  2. JW says:

    Actually, the conference schedule fails to reflect the road game at Athens. I’m sure it’s just a typo. I like the non-conference schedule. Kent St. and Rhode Island are two under the radar game that will probably be pretty entertaining. Also, Ray Taylor, who I believe is FAU’s starting point guard, was back court mates with Kenny Boynton at American Heritage so that should be fun to watch as well.

  3. 305gator says:

    looks like a schedule that should put us in the ncaa with both, several tough well-earned wins and many out of conference home games

  4. Daniel M. says:


    Great wall papers at GatorZone.com…free

  5. Timmy T says:

    We are gonna be one tough team to beat next year.

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