Georgia is 11-2 on the year, with a chance to notch win No. 12 on Jan. 5 in the Allstate Sugar Bowl against Texas. And while that represents an opportunity to finish another highly-successful season under head coach Kirby Smart, fans have already begun to peek ahead at Georgia’s full 2019 schedule.
As always, Georgia will have six teams from the SEC East to contend with plus Auburn. The Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate matchup with Georgia Tech is also in there. Every year, those eight games are pretty much set in stone.
Texas A&M rotates onto the schedule for the first time since the Aggies joined the conference in 2012. They’ll come to Sanford Stadium and Notre Dame will return the favor after the Bulldogs made their way to South Bend in 2017.
Five teams, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, South Carolina and Missouri, all have open weeks before the Bulldogs, who’ll begin their season with a conference game, at Vanderbilt, for the first time since 1995. It’s a much more challenging slate than in recent years due to the inclusion of the Aggies, the non-conference clash with Notre Dame, five games in November, and five teams having a bye week before taking on the Bulldogs.
Here, Dawgs247 takes a first look at the 2019 schedule for Georgia.