Georgia Bulldogs’ 2018 schedule


The Georgia Bulldogs are the defending SEC Champions entering the 2018 college football season.

Georgia will open the season Sept. 1 against Austin Peay, the schools’ first meeting, and also will face Massachusetts on Nov. 17 as part of a football and basketball agreement. 

The Bulldogs’ four true road games will be SEC contests at South Carolina, Missouri, LSU and Kentucky. Georgia’s game with South Carolina has returned to its normal Week 2 slot after three years of random spots on the schedule.

The Bulldogs’ trip to LSU will be their first since 2008.

Georgia’s 2018 football schedule (Home games in BOLD)

Sept. 1, vs. Austin Peay Governors 
Sept. 8, at South Carolina Gamecocks
Sept. 15, vs. Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders 
Sept. 22, at Missouri Tigers
Sept. 29, vs. Tennessee Volunteers 
Oct. 6, vs. Vanderbilt Commodores 
Oct. 13, at LSU Tigers
Oct. 20 OFF
Oct. 27, Florida Gators (at Jacksonville, Fla.)
Nov. 3, at Kentucky Wildcats
No. 10, vs. Auburn Tigers 
Nov. 17, vs. UMass Minutemen 
Nov. 24, vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 
Dec. 1, SEC Championship Game (at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta)


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