The 1914 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida during the 1914 college football season. The season was Charles J. "C.J." McCoy's first year of three as the head coach of the Gators team. McCoy's 1914 Florida Gators completed their ninth varsity football season on a four-game winning streak, with an overall record of 5–2 and an SIAA conference record of 3–2.
Coach Mike Donahue's Auburn team was nearly as strong as the season before, and beat Florida 20–0 en route to another another SIAA title. In contrast to last year, the Gators held Auburn scoreless in the first half, and the loss was seen as a moral victory and sign of progress. However, the Gators also lost their captain. John Sutton left the game feeling poorly, and further examination revealed a weak heart. Roy "Puss" Hancock took over for Sutton as captain.
Auburn's backfield played well and fullback Bedie Bidez scored two touchdowns. Florida gave way to Auburn's superior weight by the second half.
In Charleston, the Gators defeated The Citadel 7–0 in a heavy rain and a field saturated with inches of mud. Rammy Ramsdell returned the opening kickoff back 40 yards, and Jim Sparkman eventually carried it over for the decisive touchdown, "before the ball was wet."