By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Feb 8, 2013
Our 2013 printable Georgia Bulldogs football schedule is now available. The schedule features the game dates and opponent football helmets.
Georgia’s 2013 schedule kicks off with a road game against the Clemson Tigers on Saturday, August 31. The following week, the Dawgs host the South Carolina Gamecocks in their SEC and home opener. Both games are likely to be televised nationally.
By Kevin Kelley - Mon, Jan 21, 2013
The 2013 Georgia at Clemson game could move to Monday night, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney told the USA Today this afternoon.
Georgia and Clemson are currently set to renew their rivalry on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 at Death Valley. In their last meeting in 2003, Georgia rolled over the Tigers 30-0 at Clemson.
By Kevin Kelley - Thu, Oct 18, 2012
The Georgia Bulldogs have officially announced their 2013 football schedule. UGA will open the season at the Clemson Tigers on August 31.
On September 8, Georgia welcomes the South Carolina Gamecocks who return to their usual position on the schedule. That should make the Ol’ Ball Coach happy.
After an open date, the Bulldogs host North Texas on Sept. 21 followed by the LSU Tigers on Sept. 28. Georgia then hits the road to face Tennessee on Oct. 5 before returning home to host the Missouri Tigers on Oct. 12.
By Kevin Kelley - Thu, Oct 11, 2012
Georgia could travel to Auburn for the second consecutive year as well as host Alabama in 2013, according to a report by Matt Smith of SouthernPigskin.com.
“Major changes” are reportedly coming to the 2013 SEC schedule, and one of them has a few teams playing a conference game at the same location in 2013 and possibly in 2014 as well.
“Some interesting games will have to go back to a certain venue [two years in a row],” SEC consultant Larry Templeton told Smith.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Jun 1, 2012
The SEC has adopted the 6-1-1 football schedule format for the foreseeable future, which protects the Georgia-Auburn series.
SEC presidents and athletic directors met in Destin, Florida this week to discuss future football schedules, among other items. The 6-1-1 format was favored by an “overwhelming majority” according to SEC commissioner Mike Slive.
By Kevin Kelley - Thu, May 31, 2012
The Georgia Bulldogs and the Ohio State Buckeyes have canceled their future home-and-home football series, Sicemdawgs.com has learned through documents obtained from UGA.
Georgia and Ohio State were tentatively scheduled to meet in 2020 and 2021 after signing a memorandum of understanding in December 2010. But the two schools were unable to schedule dates for the games which has resulted in their cancellation.
By Kevin Kelley - Thu, May 31, 2012
The 2012 SEC Spring meetings are ongoing in Destin, Florida and a hot topic yesterday was future formats for football and basketball schedules.
With the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M to the league beginning in the 2012-13 academic season, the conference has to alter their long-term format in both sports. Basketball will move to an 18-game conference slate while football needs to settle on the number of games and a format.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Mar 30, 2012
The Georgia Bulldogs 2012 Football Schedule T-Shirt is now available in our fan shop. The shirt is ash in color, available in S, M, L, XL, XXL and 3X and includes the 2012 football schedule on the back.
The left chest features a helmet with “Georgia Football” lettering. Printed on the back is another helmet that boasts the dates and opponents for the 2012 season along with a team logo, SEC logo and “Gear Up For Glory” lettering.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Mar 30, 2012
Clemson athletics director Terry Don Phillips expects the Tigers to play their home-and-home football series against Georgia, he told 790 The Zone today.
Comments made last week by both Phillips and Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity seemed to indicate that the future series might by cancelled. Clemson needs to pare down their non-conference slate due to expansion of the ACC schedule.
By Kevin Kelley - Wed, Mar 21, 2012
Two weeks ago, we told you that the 2013-14 Georgia-Clemson home-and-home football series was in jeopardy due to conference expansion. Comments yesterday from both athletic directors indicate that the games may not happen.
Georgia is currently scheduled to travel to Clemson on Aug. 31, 2013 and then host the Tigers on August 30, 2014. The series was agreed to back in 2005.
By Kevin Kelley - Wed, Mar 7, 2012
Due to recent expansion in the ACC, it’s possible that the 2013-14 Georgia-Clemson home-and-home football series could be in jeopardy.
Last September, the ACC announced that Pittsburgh and Syracuse were joining the conference in 2014, bringing the total number of schools in that conference to 14. The ACC then decided that they will play a nine-game conference football schedule beginning with the 2014 season.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Mar 2, 2012
SEC athletic directors met in Nashville on Wednesday to discuss the possibility of moving to a nine-game conference football schedule.
No decisions were made on the future scheduling model and the AD’s are expected to continue their discussions in New Orleans next week during the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament.
By Kevin Kelley - Mon, Feb 20, 2012
We have posted the 2012 printable Georgia Bulldogs football schedule. The schedule features the game dates and opponent football helmets.
Georgia’s 2012 schedule kicks off with the season opener in Athens against Buffalo on September 1. The following week, the Dawgs travel to Columbia to face SEC newcomer Missouri. That game is likely to be televised nationally in prime time.
By Kevin Kelley - Wed, Dec 28, 2011
The Georgia Bulldogs have officially announced their 2012 football schedule. UGA will open the season at home on September 1 against the Buffalo Bulls.
On September 8, Georgia travels to face new SEC member Missouri. The Tigers are leaving the Big 12 and officially joins the SEC on July 1, 2012. The two schools’ only meeting came in the 1960 Orange Bowl which Georgia won 14-0.
By Kevin Kelley - Thu, Dec 22, 2011
The 2012 Georgia Bulldogs football schedule will not be officially released this week, the SEC announced this morning.
According to the SEC release on Twitter, the conference is still “working through final stages of 2012 SEC football schedule. We’ll release once it’s complete, but not before Christmas.”
By Kevin Kelley - Mon, Dec 19, 2011
Prior to the season, Georgia’s 2011 football schedule was rated as the 7th toughest by The Sporting News (non-conference) and 53rd overall by Phil Steele. Let’s take a look at where their strength of schedule ended up in the final rankings.
The NCAA uses the winning percentage of the opposition for computing their “toughest schedule” ranking. Four of the six BCS computer components use their own method for calculating strength of schedule. The four indexes are Anderson & Hester, Colley Matrix, Jeff Sagarin and Kenneth Massey.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Dec 16, 2011
The Missouri Tigers may be Georgia’s first opponent on their 2012 football schedule, according to Eric Blumberg of KOMU8-TV (h/t Anthony Dasher of UGASports.com). The Bulldogs are expected to face the Tigers in Columbia.
The 2012 SEC football schedules are set to be released early next week. Georgia had published their 2012 football schedule in their 2011 Media Guide, but the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M to the conference has put that schedule in limbo.
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Sep 30, 2011
With the addition of the Texas A&M Aggies to the SEC in 2012, UGA athletics director Greg McGarity doesn’t think there will be a nine-game conference football schedule.
“We are locked into nonconference games with very high liquidated damages for both parties in some games through 2016, so I don’t foresee a nine-game schedule happening,” McGarity told the Times Free Press. “If the conversation goes to nine games, then you’re going to have a number of institutions that already have signed agreements on nonconference opponents on set dates.”
By Kevin Kelley - Fri, Aug 26, 2011
With the recent deal to pay ULM a school-record $1.2 million, we thought we would take a look at Georgia’s upcoming non-conference opponents and the guarantee for each.
When Director of Athletics Greg McGarity was hired from Florida in August of 2010, he brought with him their scheduling philosophy. That philosophy is to play a non-conference schedule consisting of one BCS conference team, two middle to lower level FBS teams and one FCS team.
By Kevin Kelley - Wed, Aug 10, 2011
The Georgia Bulldogs are tentatively set to host the ULM Warhawks in 2015, Sicemdawgs.com has learned via a document obtained from UGA.
Georgia and ULM have a “Memorandum of Understanding” to play at Sanford Stadium in Athens on November 7, 2015. UGA will pay ULM a $1.2 million guarantee for the contest. That amount is now the highest Georgia has offered to an opponent since agreeing to pay Florida Atlantic $1 million for a game in 2012.