It's one of our city's biggest weekends ... the Florida-Georgia game. Fans are swarming the downtown area AND Everbank field ...warming up for tomorrow's showdown ... and some have actually been "camping out" here for days. Channel 4's Tarik Minor is at R-V City with more on the economic impact of this annual event ...And Ashley Mitchem is breaking down the weekend traffic changes... We will have a report from her in about 7 minutes. We begin with Tarik. 3 3 3 211'06PKG - Josh Hodges is putting the final touches on a satellite dish in RV city, because he a nd an estimated 20,000 others intend on watching the game somewhere else rather than inside Everbank field. Whether fans are rooting for Florida or Georgia, most consider this to be a vacation, and they are more than willing to spend their money.17:24:20"food drinks, gas generators, gotta get a flush out, water fill up plus the space, is 125 a night, 500 dollars already."Hodges says he'll spend more than one thousand dollars over three days.PREPRO - Adding to an estimated 22 - 24 million dollar economic impact over the entire week. The city of Jacksonville expects 150,000 - 200,000 people to be in the sports complex area on game day. Everbank Field can hold roughly 85,00 fans and tomorrows game is almost sold out.For fans like Terry Gees, it's an game he wouldnt miss, it's his 20th year here in Jacksonville rooting the Bulldogs on.17:26:40"it just fun, lot of people, I usually come a week, take a week, ride my harley sometimes." 01:29:40"At the end of the game whether we win or lose we all go over and shake each others hands, we've lost the last couple times and ho 3 We just checked and there are about 100 tickets left for the game on stub hub. and of course scalpers are already selling tickets on street corners. Tarik ... we've had some problems in the past .. on this busy weekend... HOW are police bracing for the crowds this year?