UGA Football Adds Two Powerhouse Programs For Future Slate

UGA Football Adds Two Powerhouse Programs For Future Slate

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UGA Football Adds Two Powerhouse Programs For Future Slate


The future of college football is changing as we know it.  Teams are getting rid of ‘cupcake’ matchups, in favor of playing high caliber opponents for home and home series’ or neutral site contests.

Georgia, coming off one of the weakest nonconference slates in recent memory, seems to be following along with this new pattern for the future.

Monday, it was announced that the Bulldogs will face Texas and Clemson but not for another decade.  The Longhorns agreed to terms on a 2028, 2029 back to back with Georgia, while the Tigers will wait until 2029 and 2030.

Both series will begin with the Bulldogs on the road, traveling to Austin for 2028 and Clemson in 2029.  Georgia takes their turn as host to Texas (2029) and Clemson (2030) following the road stages of the contests.

 

 

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