Florida and Georgia Will Each Wear Home Uniforms This Weekend

'The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party' just got a new look.

When the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs meet in Jacksonville on Sunday, both teams will be wearing their home uniforms, according to UGA spokesman Claude Felton.

This is a change from years past, as the "home" team wearing their home uniforms would rotate every year.

Georgia will be donning their red uniforms, while Florida will presumably be wearing their blue jerseys.

This look was made popular by the UCLA-USC rivalry, in which the Bruins would always wear their light blue uniforms, while the Trojans would wear their red uniforms.

The NCAA then banned it, forcing one team to wear white in every matchup. However, they reversed that rule in 2009, saying both teams could wear colored jerseys as long as they are "clearly contrasting in color".

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