The Georgia Bulldogs and the Ohio State Buckeyes have agreed to a 2020-21 home-and-home football series, the Athens Banner-Herald has reported.
UGA Athletic Director Greg McGarity stated that the schools have a “memorandum of understanding” to play the games and that dates have yet to be determined. The games will be played on campus at Sanford Stadium in Athens and Ohio Stadium in Columbus.
Georgia leads the all-time series against Ohio State 1-0. The Bulldogs beat the Buckeyes 21-14 in the 1993 Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
In that game, UGA running back Garrison Hearst rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Buckeye quarterback and current ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit had a costly fumble in the fourth quarter with the game tied at 14. After recovering at their own 20, Georgia marched 80 yards for the winning score.
The ABH reported in November that Georgia was looking to schedule Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State or Notre Dame. McGarity told the paper today that Michigan and Notre Dame were not interested.