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On Saturday one of college football’s greatest traditions will once again play itself out.

The University of Georgia will meet the University of Florida on neutral ground for what is widely considered as the Cocktail Bowl.

Having attended the affair, it can be said will all sincerity that the Cocktail Bowl is a southern slice of sin unlike any other.

Although it’s a tradition that future prospects will headline, UGA athletics director Greg McGarity won’t invite football recruits to the affair. 

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