After a 4-0 start to the season, the Gators rank No. 23 in the updated Coaches’ Poll and No. 25 in the Associated Press Poll. It's the first time Florida has been ranked since 2013.
The Gators will host No. 5 (Coaches)/3 (AP) Ole Miss on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Florida is one of seven Southeastern Conference teams ranked in the polls. The Gators moved to 4-0 after a 28-27 win over Tennessee on Saturday, pushing their winning streak to 11 games over the Volunteers.
The Gators ended September with a 4-0 record but head into a brutal October schedule. It begins with No. 5/3 Ole Miss on Saturday before a road trip to Missouri, who fell out of the rankings this week after losing at Kentucky. Following that trip, the Gators travel to face No. 8/9 LSU before a bye week and a matchup with No. 6/8 Georgia on the final day of the month. No. 9/11 Florida State is the only team on Florida's November schedule that is currently ranked.