With the stadium split right down the middle between Georgia's red and black and Florida's orange and blue, it presents a unique setting for a game, but Meyer wouldn't put the atmosphere ahead of playing in The Swamp.
"It's different," Meyer said. "I can't say it's better."
Former Gators and current Jaguars linebacker Mike Peterson and running back Fred Taylor have their orange and blue hanging from their lockers at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.
"It's a great rivalry, and I'm sure there are many more Gators across the country," Meyer said. "The NFL locker rooms I hear from quite often."
Injuries a Concern
Injuries may be a concern heading into Saturday's matchup. Both wide receiver Riley Cooper (broken finger) and safety Major Wright (broken thumb) underwent surgery to repair their injuries, but did not practice on Tuesday.
"They actually had it today, so they went to our meetings today and then I let them go home," Meyer said. "Both of their surgeries went very well. I guess I'm an optimist and think we'll see them later this week."
Andre Caldwell wasn't at full strength during Tuesday's practice after having his best performance since going out in week two with a knee injury. Against Kentucky on Saturday, Caldwell caught six passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. He also carried two times for 19 yards.
"He actually had a sore back today, so we didn't practice him as much," Meyer said. "He's getting close to back the way he was. I still don't think he's there yet. He says he's close."
Brandon Antwine missed Saturday's game with the Wildcats and it doesn't appear he'll be back anytime soon.
"He's been in the hospital for a little bit," Meyer said. "It's a lower muscle, lower back. I think he's getting out today. It's been a painful week for him. It's a muscular issue that is just very painful. It's not structural."
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