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Jacksonville, Florida
Population: 868,031

The city of Jacksonville, Florida, is the long-time host of the TaxSlayer Bowl, historically known as the Gator Bowl.

The city’s association with the sport runs deep, however, and Jacksonville is a College Football America Hometown with two programs currently operating in the city. The NCAA Football Championship Subdivision Jacksonville Dolphins are the top program in the city but the NAIA Edward Waters Tigers also call the city home.

In addition to those two programs, the city is also the host of the Florida-Georgia series which is played on neutral ground at EverBank Field each fall. The stadium is also the home field of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.