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Venue Makes Florida-Georgia Game Unique

Brandon Siler remembers taking the field for the first time at AllTel Stadium in Jacksonville. He was already aware of the importance of the Florida-Georgia game to Gator Nation but nothing could prepare him for what he saw when he came out of the tunnel.

"I looked around and half the stadium is in orange and blue and the other half is in red," said Florida's sophomore middle linebacker from Orlando. "Nobody had told me that it was like that. I mean I knew it was a neutral site and all that, but nobody told me that they divide the stadium right down the middle and one half is Gator and the other half is Georgia. "And then once the game starts, you...

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