The Jacksonville Transportation Authority's Gameday Xpress will operate starting three hours before the game and for one hour after.

Round-trip transportation from several downtown locations is available for $7/person and from several suburban locations for $12/person.

For information on where to catch the Gameday Xpress, CLICK HERE.

ENTERTAINMENT:

BOSTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 25: Scott Avett (L) and Seth Avett of the Avett Brothers perform onstage during day one of the Boston Calling Music Festival at Boston City Hall Plaza on September 25, 2015  (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

There are several big entertainment events that come with the Georgia-Florida game. This year's top draw will likely be a concert by the Avett Brothers on Friday night, October 28, at the Veterans Memorial Arena.

Tickets start at $34 and are available through Ticketmaster or at the Arena box office. CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS.

The Landing:

Florida-Georgia weekend is also one of the biggest weekends of the year for the Jacksonville Landing. Events on Friday night and Saturday include music on three different stages.

For information on events at the Jacksonville Landing, click here.

THE GAME ITSELF:

GAINESVILLE, FL - OCTOBER 15: Teez Tabor #31 of the Florida Gators crosses the goal line for a touchdown after making an interception during the game against the Missouri Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Georgia-Florida is not just about a party. It is a big game that will be nationally televised on CBS. Kickoff is at 3:30 PM on October 29.

The Gators come into the game with a 5-1 record (3-1 SEC) and in first place in the SEC Eastern division. They last played against Missouri in Gainesville, a 40-14 win which saw the return of quarterback Luke Del Rio (son of former Jaguars and current Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio) from injury. They are led by a strong defense that ranks in the top five in most national categories and scored two defensive touchdowns against Mizzou.

If Florida wins the rest of their SEC games, they would win the division and play in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. However, Georgia represents the start of a tough string of games for Florida that includes road dates with Arkansas, LSU (moved due to Hurricane Matthew), and Florida State.

The Bulldogs are limping into the game with a 4-3 record (2-3 SEC), including their most recent upset loss at home against Vanderbilt 17-16.

ATHENS, GA - OCTOBER 15: Michael Chigbu #82 of the Georgia Bulldogs runs with a catch against Ja'Karri Thomas #40 and Torren McGaster #5 of the Vanderbilt Commodores at Sanford Stadium . (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Georgia is led by freshman quarterback Jacob Eason and talented running back Nick Chubb. They are in the first season of Head Coach Kirby Smart's tenure. A win against Florida would help right the ship and put the Bulldogs in position for a strong run to end the season and a high profile bowl game.

HISTORY:

The history of the game dates back to 1904, according to Georgia. That's when a team from Athens beat UF's predecessor 52-0. However, the modern University of Florida did not even open up in Gainesville until 1906 and the Gators claim the rivalry began in 1915.

According to Georgia, the Bulldogs hold a 50-42-2 lead in the series while Florida recognizes only 49 of those Georgia victories.

For Bulldog fans, perhaps the most memorable game of the rivalry came in 1980. The Bulldogs trailed the Gators late in the game 21-20 and had the ball on their own seven yard line when Lindsay Scott caught a Buck Belue pass at the 25 yard line, then raced down the field for a 93 yard game winning touchdown that spurned the most famous call in Georgia announcer Larry Munson's career, "Run Lindsay Run".


For Gator fans, perhaps the greatest contest in the rivalry's history was spotlighted by a timeout. In 1993, the Gators led 33-26 in a steady rain that turned the field into slop. Georgia QB Eric Zeier threw the apparent game tying touchdown pass with five seconds left. However, just before the snap, Gators DB Anthone Lott called timeout, nullifying the play. The Gators would stop Georgia on the game's final play and go on to win the SEC for Coach Steve Spurrier.