WATCH: Instant reactions to Georgia football 2020 SEC-only schedule
Georgia football now knows its 10 opponents for the 2020 season after the SEC announced on Friday the two additional opponents that would get added to each schedule.
For Georgia, it ended up working in its favor, with the Bulldogs getting a road game at Arkansas and a home game against Mississippi State.
While those two teams seem like two of the weaker foes from the SEC West, this is where we point out the Bulldogs already have a road trip to Alabama and a home game against Auburn on the schedule.
The team of DawgNation experts led by Brandon Adams, Connor Riley, Mike Griffith and Jeff Sentell reacted live to the announcement and gave a number of takes on the matter, as well as how the announcement affects Georgia’s season-long trajectory.
Among the other topics and takes discussed during the video:
- Winners and losers from the announcement
- How have Georgia’s SEC title odds been impacted?
- What new games are we most looking forward to?
Dates for the games have not been announced yet and are expected within the next two weeks. The Bulldogs will begin the season on Sept. 26 and the SEC championship game is set for Dec. 19.
Fall practice for Georgia is set to start on Aug. 17. Georgia will begin the season ranked No. 4 in the Coaches Poll, but the Bulldogs have a number of pieces to replace and reintegrate on the offensive side of the ball.
Georgia football 2020 schedule opponents
At South Carolina
*Home games in bold
**Game to be played in Jacksonville, Fla.
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