UGA Adds Two to 2020 Schedule

August 7, 2020

ATHENS - The Georgia Bulldogs now know everyone they will play in 2020. The move comes after the SEC modified the 2020 slate to include only conference games. 

The SEC annouced Friday night that Georgia will play at Arkansas and vs. Mississippi State.

Before Friday, Georgia already knew eight of the opponents they would face in 2020 - now everyone is included. The league is expected to make an announcement on the actual schedule that will take place next week.

The SEC will start play on Saturday, September 26th. Insiders have said that there is an expectation that the entire schedule could be moved around significantly. The  final games for SEC East schools, which has traditionally in-state rivalry weekend, are what is most intriguing.

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at Alabama
at Missouri
at South Carolina
at Kentucky
at Arkansas
vs. Mississippi State

Georgia will play Mississippi State at home and Arkansas in Fayetteville.
The full schedule of dates listing when the games will be played will be announced in the next two weeks by the SEC.
Georgia’s original schedule already included home games with Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and Auburn along with road games at Alabama, South Carolina, Missouri, and Kentucky.  The annual neutral site game with Florida in Jacksonville is also on the schedule.
Georgia and Arkansas last met in 2014 in Little Rock with the Bulldogs winning 45-32.  The two teams last met in Athens in 2010 with the Razorbacks winning, 31-24.  Georgia defeated Arkansas, 52-41, in the ‘Dogs last visit to Fayetteville in 2009.
Georgia has won seven of the last eight meetings between the two teams and leads the series 10-4-0.
Georgia and Mississippi State last met in Athens in 2017 with the Bulldogs winning 31-3.  Georgia last visited Starkville in 2010 and suffered a 24-12 loss to State.
Georgia has won 11 of the last 12 meetings in the series and leads the overall series 17-6.

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