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FSU vs. Georgia Preview

March 4, 2010

Release 5: Georgia & Jacksonville Game Notes in PDF Format

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – No. 3 Florida State (7-0) returns home this weekend for a three-game series against No. 25 Georgia (6-3) before making the trek east on I-10 to face Jacksonville on Monday, March 8.

The Seminoles knocked off undefeated Florida on Tuesday down in Tampa in the inaugural Florida Four Tournament played on Steinbrenner Field to remain unbeaten on the year.



#3 Florida State (7-0)(0-0 ACC) vs. #25 Georgia (6-3)(0-1 SEC)

Friday, March 5th, 2010 (6:00 p.m.)

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Series Record
 Florida State leads 31-24
 Florida State leads 17-12 in Tallahassee
 Current Streak
 Florida State has won two in a row
 Last Meeting
 May 30th, 2009: Florida State  defeated Georgia 8-2 in the NCAA Tallahassee Regional 
 Probable Starters – Friday
  •  Georgia- RHP Justin Grimm (1-0)


Florida State and Georgia meet for the third year in a row and for the fourth time in five years as the Seminoles host the Bulldogs for a three-game series beginning Friday in Tallahassee. FSU leads the all-time series 31-24, while also holding the upper hand at home posting a mark of 17-12. The Seminoles have won the last two meetings including last year’s showdown in the NCAA Tallahassee Regional – an 8-2 victory by the Garnet & Gold. This weekend’s series marks just the second time since 1987 that these two schools are meeting during the regular season. Seven of the last nine games have come in the NCAA Tournament with UGA owning a 4-3 record.

On Monday, Florida State and Jacksonville square-off in the first of three meetings in 2010. The Seminoles lead the all-time series 113-36, while maintaining a mark of 38-25 in games played on Alexander Breast Field inside John Sessions Stadium. Over the last three seasons, the two schools have split the series as each team won on their home turf in 2007, while exchanging wins at each others stadium in 2008. Last year, both schools held their own at home.

For complete notes, please see the PDF listed above.

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