2011 NCAA Tournament: UCLA Vs. Florida Preview, Game Time, TV, Etc.

The third round of the NCAA Tournament is here, and the No. 7 seed UCLA Bruins are set to take on the No. 2 seed Florida Gators in the Southeast Region portion of the bracket. This is only the third all-time meeting between the two schools, and all have been in the NCAA Tournament. The Gators beat the Bruins in back-to-back Final Fours en route to two NCAA titles in 2006 and 2007. Here are the relevant details of today's game:

Combatants: UCLA (23-10, 13-5, second in the Pac-10 Conference); Florida (27-7, 13-3, first in the SEC East)

Date & Time: Today, 11:45 p.m. PDT

Location: St. Pete Times Forum, in Tampa, Florida

TV: CBS; Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel, and David Aldridge are on the call

What's at Stake: the winner advances to the Sweet 16 to play the winner of No. 3 BYU vs. No. 11 Gonzaga

Common Opponent: None this year

For more UCLA Bruins hoops news and information, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Bruins Nation. For more information on Florida, be sure to read Alligator Army. For the full NCAA tournament bracket, click here.

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