Future Schedules Offer Revelatory Peek

Future Schedules Offer Revelatory Peek

Han Vance on Georgia football:

Aug. 31 at Vanderbilt (1-0, 1-0 SEC)
Sept. 7 vs Murray State (2-0, 1-0 SEC)
Sept. 14 vs Arkansas State (3-0, 1-0 SEC)
Sept. 21 vs Notre Dame 8:00 p.m. CBS (“CANINES vs CATHOLICS”)
Sept. 28 Open week
Oct. 5 at Tennessee TBA -Knoxville
Oct. 12 vs South Carolina TBA
Oct. 19 vs Kentucky TBA
Oct. 26 Open week
Nov. 2 Florida 3:30 p.m CBS -Jacksonville
Nov. 9 vs Missouri TBA
Nov. 16 at Auburn -Auburn
Nov. 23 vs Texas A&M TBA
Nov. 30 at Georgia Tech -Atlanta
Dec. 7 SEC Championship 4:00 p.m. CBS -Atlanta
Dec. 28 College Football Playoff ~ Peach Bowl (ATL) or Fiesta Bowl (PHX)
Jan. 13 CFP Final ~ National Championship -NOLA


Week 1: Virginia (-Atlanta)

Week 2: East Tennessee State

Week 3: @ Alabama

Week 4; UL-Monroe

Week 5: Vanderbilt

Week 6: Auburn

Week 7: @ Missouri

Week 8: BYE

Week 9: Florida

Week 10: @ South Carolina

Week 11: Tennessee

Week 12: @ Kentucky

Week 13: Georgia Tech

Tradition flies out the window in 2020 with Tennessee, South Carolina and Kentucky to the back of the Georgia football schedule. Auburn is the new middle. The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry remains intact with an extra home game on the Auburn side still not repaid. In what Kirby perceives to be of program benefit, Georgia won’t have at Auburn and at Tech to close out regular season campaigns every other year. Speaks to the significance of all of the four major Georgia rivalries: Florida, Tech, Auburn, Tennessee, with South Carolina and Clemson, respectively also and still, rivals of sorts. The Georgia-Alabama rivalry is the fastest-growing in the old sport of college football.

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