If you want to live in Florida then attend law school in Florida it is that simple.
However, the location where you attend law school is important. Every 0L myself included back at that time assumes law school will be so difficult that they will not have time for anything else and more importantly that once they graduate you can just go wherever you want.
Both are false law school is essentially the prime of your life and where you spend three years of your life is a very important decision. More importantly there is a substantial chance you will end up around the area you attended law school for both personal and professional reasons.
In law school you will make friends, likely enter into a serious relationship or solidify a pre-existing one, you will get an apartment and essentially build a life for three years, which can be difficult to leave. People do it of course, but on my first day of law school many people came from all over the country with a number of ideas that they would return to X place, but for the most part didn't happen. They obtained internships built connections etc near our law school, took the California Bar, and got jobs through their law school connections, or stayed due to a relationship they entered, etc.
There are exceptions of course, but you should be sure you want to live in Tallahassee Florida for three years, because where you spend that time is important.
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a law school and one of the least important ones is the rankings. It is a magazine offering an opinion and should not be the basis of a life altering decision.
Here is a good article offering some insight on how to choose a law school.
There is of course no right answer to the question, but use your common sense and do not let a for-profit unregulated magazine make a life altering decision for you. http://www.legalmatch.com/choose-the-right-law-school.html
Good luck in your pursuit of a legal education.