2018 GEORGIA Football Schedule:
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4/21: G-Day Game -4pm– Go Dawgs!
9/1: Austin Peay – Opener a cupcake.
9/8 at South Carolina – Muschamp’s Chickens improving.
9/15 Middle Tennessee State – Too many cupcakes.
9/22 at Missouri – I’m going this time, with tailgating legend Merv Waldrop.
9/29 Tennessee – New head coach for downtrodden Vols.
10/6 Vanderbilt (Homecoming) – Every other year it’s Vandy.
10/13 at LSU – Haven’t met since Murray over Mettenberger.
10/27 Florida (Jacksonville) -3:30p – Dawgs have won 4-of-7 Cocktail Parties.
11/3 at Kentucky – Hear bluegrass country is pretty.
11/10 Auburn – Dawgs have won 10-of-13 in Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.
11/17 UMass – Way too many cupcakes (could hurt us bad nationally).
11/24 Tech – Jackets have won in Athens twice in a row.
12/1 SEC Championship Game – Dawgs 2nd consecutive trip highly likely.
Summation: Toughest spot on paper is LSU, although Auburn is projected to have most talent of opponents. Kirby failed miserably in both road games versus SEC West so far, and Auburn may give Georgia a strong challenge in Athens, where they have had a terrible go of it of late. Early in the year like it used to always be, the Border Bash sees Chickens improved enough to compete with Dawgs on road, with UGA facing lots of key personnel replacement on both sides of the ball. I see Georgia having a good chance to go undefeated over SEC East again, with new coaches at only other traditional powers Florida and Tennessee. Georgia is projected to be favored in every game on the schedule, and another trip to Atlanta looks probable. With our roster undergoing such major upheaval now, the 2019 squad should be even stronger.