Location: Doak Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Result: 31-31, Tie
Known as the "Choke at Doak," the 1994 Florida-Florida State showdown was a highly-anticipated match-up of two 9-1 teams out for intrastate bragging rights. With future Heisman-winning quarterback Danny Wuerffel leading the way for the Gators, Florida was able to lead for most of the afternoon before a furious FSU rally brought the Seminoles back into the game during the fourth quarter. Down 31-3 at the beginning of the final quarter, the Noles dropped 28 points on the Gators to tie the game, and earn a moral victory of sorts in the end.
If a tie can have a winner, it's hard to argue that the Noles didn't come out on top here, as the team tied the NCAA record for the biggest fourth quarter comeback ever. Luckily for everyone, the two teams would go on to meet again later in the season in the 1995 Sugar Bowl, finally able to give us all a definitive answer on who was better. And guess who managed to settle the score in their favor this time around? That's right: Florida State. The Seminoles took the W over the Gators, 23-17, proving to everyone that year that the team in Tallahassee was the better of the two.