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According to a release by the University of Florida, the Gators and Florida State Seminoles will extend their annual rivalry series through 2018.

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Florida will travel to Tallahassee in 2014, 2016 and 2018 and the Gators will host FSU in 2015 and 2017.

Florida leads the all-time series 34-22-2.
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They would play every year if Bowden and FSU weren't afraid of joining the SEC. FSU is losing money big time by being a member of the ACC. The ACC can't even sell out their conference championship game. The SEC schools have some of the finest facilities in the nation.
Reply32 months
why only a 5 year contract. I assume they'll play this game forever.
Reply32 months
Damn FSU gets to host all the games, that's rough. :lol:
Reply32 months
I'll be the first to say Texas and A&M should play week 1 as well.
Reply32 months
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