Florida and Miami have played 55 times, and they met every year from 1944-87.

Despite meeting just twice in the last 11 years, the fan bases still trade plenty of barbs and the rivalry still sparks a lot of animosity.

According to the Palm Beach Post’s Matt Porter, the schools are finalizing talks to play in the 2019 season opener, a game that would take place in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.

Porter says that Miami athletics director Blake James said the schools are working out the contract details. Based on a proposal in October, Florida and Miami would get the same number of allotted tickets.

The Hurricanes have won seven of the last eight meetings between the schools, taking the last meeting 21-16 at Miami on Sep. 7, 2013. That turned out to be an extremely disappointing season for the Gators, who finished 4-8 and lost seven straight to close the year.

Florida’s four wins were its fewest since going 0-10-1 in 1979.