Georgia and Florida will continue to play in Jacksonville, Fla., through the 2025 season, as the schools announced on Wednesday.
The two schools put out an official statement on the matter. The contract was set to expire after the 2023 season, but will now see the two sides meet in Jacksonville in 2024 and 2025.
“We are pleased with the decision to exercise the option that will keep the game in Jacksonville for 2024 and 2025,” Georgia athletic director Josh Brooks said. “We look forward to discussions that I’m sure will continue over the next couple years exploring all the options for 2026 and beyond. We continue to be appreciative of the working relationship we have with the University of Florida and the City of Jacksonville.”
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