If the CFP semifinals are the main course, the Peach Bowl can be considered the enticing appetizer that you've been warned will spoil your dinner. The eagerly anticipated matchup Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium pits the No. 7 Michigan Wolverines (10-2) against the No. 10 Florida Gators (9-3) in a battle of traditional powers.

The Wolverines will be playing with chips on their shoulders after beginning the season with a tight loss to now-No.3 Notre Dame and then closing out the season with a brutal loss to rival Ohio State in Columbus.

The Gators also probably look back on the season with some regrets. Florida defeated then-No. 23 Mississippi State and then-No.5 LSU in the first half of the season but would later suffer back-to-back defeats, falling to then-No.7 Georgia and unranked Missouri in a homecoming game.

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said the Wolverines are "hungry for another win" but described the Gators as "uber talented." Michigan has just two bowl wins since their Capital One Bowl victory over Florida in 2008.

Florida, under first-year head coach Dan Mullen, might be equally hungry. The famed program is looking to turn the corner after just two bowl wins since defeating Ohio State in the 2012 Gator Bowl. Mullen is Florida's third full-time head coach after Urban Meyer left after the 2010 season.

Westgate Sportsbook lists Michigan as the favorites by six points, with an over/under of 50 points.

Start Time: 12 p.m. ET

TV Channel: ESPN

Live Stream: WatchESPN

Florida head coach Dan Mullen is looking for a win over Michigan in the Peach Bowl. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images