Remember when we warned y’all not to mess with Florida students? Yeah, we weren’t kidding. On Tuesday, District Judge Mark Walker decided that Florida college and university campuses can be used as early voting sites in this year’s elections, ruling unconstitutional the ban put in place by Secretary of State Ken Detzner. In 2014, Detzner told officials in Gainesville that they could not use the student union at the University of Florida as an early voting location, a ban which the League of Women Voters of Florida and many college students challenged in May. And the Gainesville-area supervisor of elections didn’t waste a minute after Walker’s ruling, sending a letter to the UF president asking to set up an early voting location at the once-contested student union. Florida early voting runs from October 22-November 3, the last day of which coincides with a Gators football game. As thousands of fans flock to this Gators home game, the early voting center on campus will work to maintain accessibility. What goes together better than football and voting? Nothing. Nothing goes together better.