Florida Gators Rivalry Reviewed: Florida State Seminoles

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Nov 30, 2013; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators defensive back Vernon Hargreaves III (1) tackles Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Rashad Greene (80) during the first quarter at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Rivalry Reviewed is a series about our team’s biggest rivals. We dig deep into how the school showcases themselves, including colors, logos, uniforms, and mascots. We also talk about traditions that make each school unique. The kicker? All of these topics will be from one of your school’s biggest rival. 

The first school to go in our Rivlary Reviewed series is Florida State. Fans of UF and FSU have a deep hatred of each other that extends way beyond the playing surface. While football may be the most well-known matchup between the two schools, the rivalry extends into men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, even golf and track & field. Whenever sports are played between Gators and Seminoles, you know each team wants a win just a little more for bragging rights. Every Florida fan has a Florida State fan as one of their friends. And one way or another, someone’s going to obnoxiously rub a win in the face of another. It’s deep-rooted and you might just have to be a part of the rivalry to understand it. We’re going to try to deconstruct everything Florida State fans love. Here we go.

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