The Crimson Tide will return to Gainesville, Florida, on Friday, Dec. 6.
The Gators are scheduled to play host to Alabama on Saturday, Dec 5, in a rematch of last year’s BCS Championship Game.
The game, which will be televised nationally on ESPN, will be held at the Citrus Bowl in Gainesville.
The Alabama-Gator matchup has long been the most anticipated and highly anticipated matchup in the game’s history.
The Crimson and Gators have played just twice, each time in the 1960s.
That was the last time the schools played in a game at the BCS title game.
The two schools split a season-opening game in 1980, and it was the first time that the two schools played a bowl game.
This time, it will be the first game to feature the Heisman Trophy winner, Heisman Trophy runner-up and Heisman Trophy finalist Jameis Winston.
It will be a rematch from a season ago, when the Crimson Tide came out on top 41-20 in a national semifinal that featured Heisman Trophy candidate Heisman Trophy contender Michael Sam and two other Heisman Trophy finalists.
Sam was named the winner of the Heisman trophy.
The last time that a game was played in Gain, Florida was in 2009.
The first game between the two rivals in Gain was in 1958, when Alabama beat the Gators 30-24.
The only time that they met in Gain in recent memory was in 2011, when Sam caught four passes for 122 yards and a touchdown and scored two touchdowns on a punt return for a score.
That game came just four years after Alabama beat Florida in a thrilling game that was played at Sanford Stadium.
It was the most expensive non-BCS College Football Playoff semifinal ever played in the BCA.
The rivalry between the schools dates back to the 1950s, when both were in the SEC.
Alabama was in the middle of the league at the time.
Gainesville was in a middle of college football as well.
Both cities are located in a state that has seen a boom in both major sports over the past few years.
The Tide and Gators share a stadium in Gainville and both cities have seen attendance skyrocket in recent years.
Alabama’s attendance is up nearly 60 percent this season, with the city hosting more than 1.1 million fans for the second straight year.
In Gainesville alone, the city’s population has grown nearly 20 percent over the last five years, according to the Gainesville Sun.
The city also has a growing economy.
According to the latest figures from the Florida Department of Economic Development, Gainesville’s economy grew by more than 9 percent last year.
“We have an economy that is growing and growing, and we’re getting more people into our community,” Gainesville Mayor Mike Dunlap told the Sun.
“It’s a great time to be in Gain.”
Florida has hosted several BCS National Championship games since 2005, when Georgia lost to Alabama, but the last one was in 2012.
It’s the first BCS game played in Jacksonville since 2009.
It is the second time in five years that the schools have played in Tallahassee, with Florida winning in 2010 and Alabama losing in 2013.