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Fort Valley State 21, Albany State 0
|Number of meetings||84|
|Most recent meeting||November 4, 2017|
Albany State 34, Fort Valley State 9
|All-time series||Fort Valley State leads 44–36–4|
|Current streak||Albany State, 1 (2017–present)|
Script error The Fountain City Classic is an annual American football game featuring Fort Valley State University and Albany State University, two of Georgia's historically black universities. The game is played at A. J. McClung Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Georgia.
The rivalry began in 1945, although 2014 is just the 25th meeting of the two teams since it became officially known as the Fountain City Classic in 1990. FVSU leads the series 33–31–3.
The first meeting of the two schools was in 1945, when FVSU beat ASU, 27–21. The two schools did not play each other in 1946 and 1947. While the rivalry between the two teams spans more than half a century, FCC officials moved the game to Columbus in 1990 to attract more corporate support.