Georgia's Future SEC Rotating Opponents through 2025 Announced

The SEC has announced the future football scheduling rotation for the crossover opponents through 2025.

Next season, the Alabama Crimson Tide will visit Sanford Stadium. But the Bulldogs won’t return the trip to Tuscaloosa until 2020.

Georgia, which hosted LSU in 2013, does not host the Tigers again until 2025. The Bulldogs travel to Baton Rouge in 2018.

UGA’s first regular-season conference game against Texas A&M will be in 2019 when the Aggies visit Athens. The Dawgs don’t travel to College Station until 2024.

Each season, Georgia will continue to play the other six teams from the East Division plus their annual contest with Auburn from the West.

Below are Georgia’s future rotating crossover opponents through 2025:

2015 – vs. Alabama
2016 – at Ole Miss
2017 – vs. Mississippi St.
2018 – at LSU
2019 – vs. Texas A&M
2020 – at Alabama
2021 – vs. Arkansas
2022 – at Mississippi St.
2023 – vs. Ole Miss
2024 – at Texas A&M
2025 – vs. LSU

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