It's a possibility that Tom Block Tweeted based on a story in the Macon Telegraph today (full story here). Here's the juicy part for Nole fans looking for another good reason to hit the ATL and scarf down Varsity dogs and onion rings.
Georgia and Florida State have had what appear to be informal, preliminary talks about playing each other. McGarity said it's just been in generalities, with nothing in writing.
"I'm sure they would like to put our two institutions together at some point in time," McGarity said, indicating that a neutral-site game could be eyeing the matchup. "But it all goes back to what does our conference model look like, and it's just too early to even have any kind of legitimate discussion on that, because we don't know where we are as a conference right now."
FSU and UGA have played each other only in bowl games since the 60s: The 2003 Sugar Bowl (13-26 with Chris Rix out and Anquan Bolden engineering a strong comeback, falling short with a dropped pass for a sure TD), and the '84 Citrus Bowl (a 17-17 tie).