The Orlando Sentinel's Coley Harvey spoke with FSU AD Randy Spetman on Wednesday the 15th. Spetman confirmed that FSU and UGA were in discussions, but an agreement was conditional on future SEC schedule matters. More specifically, the pending SEC vote on an eight or nine game SEC conference schedule. The issue should be settled by the end of May, when the SEC will vote on future conference scheduling during their spring meetings. According to the article, the game could likely be played in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, and be part of the Chic-fil-A Kickoff Classic.