The Georgia-Florida game is held annually in late October/early November in Jacksonville, Florida, a site intended to be neutral. However, the game's location is a point of contention for many Georgia fans; many of whom argue that Jacksonville's location relative to the two universities favors Florida. The city lies 342 miles from Athens, Georgia, home of the Bulldogs, but only 73 miles from Gainesville, Florida, home of the Gators. The game is considered a must-do for many UGA students and alumni. The game was traditionally referred to as the "world's largest outdoor cocktail party" due to the tailgating and celebration by fans, but in recent years the city and universities have dropped the usage to discourage drunkenness among fans. Georgia holds the all-time advantage in the series, posting a win-loss record of 48–40–2 (47–40–2 according to the University of Florida, which does not include the 1904 game in Macon, Georgia, played before officially sanctioning its football program. ) The University of Florida began closing the gap, going 15–1 between 1990 and 2003. Georgia has become more competitive in the series since then, winning in 2004, 2007, 2011, and 2012, while the Gators took the game in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010.