Here's a look at today's matchup between Florida and Vanderbilt:

No. 4 Florida (5-0, 4-0 SEC) at Vanderbilt (2-3, 1-2), 6 p.m.

Where: Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, Tenn.


Weather: 59 degrees

Last time out: Florida defeated LSU 14-6 in the Swamp; Vanderbilt won at Missouri 19-15.

Coaches: Will Muschamp (12-6 in second season at Florida); James Franklin (8-10 in two seasons at Vanderbilt).

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Quick slant: The Gators have not lost to the Commodores since 1988, a streak of 21 games. Vanderbilt’s last win against a top-10 team was in 2007 - 17-6 at No. 6 South Carolina. The last time a top-10 Florida team lost to an unranked opponent was a 31-30 loss by the No. 4 Gators to Ole Miss in 2008. Florida is favored by nine points.

About Florida: Running back Mike Gillislee has three 100-yard rushing games after going 36 games at Florida without one. Florida has scored touchdown on its past seven trips in the red zone – the Gatorshad  eight TDs in first 14 trips this season. Florida’s leading tacklers in SEC play are safeties Josh Evans (25 tackles) and Matt Elam (24). 

About Vanderbilt: Vanderbilt is last in the SEC with a 25-percent third-down conversion rate (18 of 72), while Florida leads the league in third-down defense (19 of 75, 25.3 percent). The Commodores are 11th in total offense (366.2), one spot behind Florida (373.4).

What to watch

1. The Gators rank last in the SEC in passing yards (158.6 a game), while the Commodores are third in pass defense (162.4 yards a game)

2. With an average of 170.8 yards, Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews and Chris Boyd are to the SEC’s top receiving tandem.

3. Vanderbilt has six touchdowns in 18 trips inside the red zone. The Gators have allowed five red-zone touchdowns (12 tries).

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