Brock Berlin and Frank Gore were key players in the Florida-Miami rivalry that may be discontinued. (Bill Frakes/SI)
By Zac Ellis
Florida and Miami might have one of the more exciting in-state rivalries in college football, but that Sunshine State matchup might be coming to an end.
Miami athletic director Blake James told reporters at this week's ACC spring meetings that no discussion has taken place with Florida regarding a continuation of the series, ESPN.com's Andrea Adelson reports. James pointed to scheduling concerns as a potential obstacle in future meetings.
"I haven’t spoken with Jeremy or the University of Florida about future games and I don’t know how it would fit into their schedule or fit into ours right now. There hasn’t been any conversation and there isn’t anything on the schedule for the future."
The two schools are slated to meet this season on Sept. 7 for the first time since 2008, and SI.com's Stewart Mandel ranked the game as one of the season's non-conference games to watch. The matchup will wrap up just the second home-and-home series between the programs since 1987, when the schools snapped a streak of annual meetings dating back to 1938.
Florida already plays an annual non-conference matchup with Florida State, and the SEC's proposal to move to a nine-game conference schedule could further complicate the future of the Hurricanes