Georgia will not be going out to California to open the 2025 season, nor will UCLA be coming to Athens in 2026.

Georgia announced that the future series against UCLA was canceled and that instead, Georgia will open the 2025 season against Marshall. The game will be played in Athens on Aug. 30, 2025.

The Georgia-UCLA series was first scheduled back in 2015 but doubts about the series have lingered since the spring. UCLA is set to move into the Big Ten this season. According to a report from Pete Thamel of ESPN, UCLA will now face Utah in a home-and-home, with the first game scheduled for 2025.

Georgia has played Marshall once in program history, winning 13-3 back in 2004.

This is not the first time Georgia has had a non-conference series canceled, as Georgia was set to play a home-and-home against Oklahoma in 2023 and 2031. That series was scuddled though due to Oklahoma joining the SEC.

Georgia also had a home-and-home with Texas scheduled, but that series has been canceled as well. The Bulldogs will visit Texas on Oct. 19 as a conference foe.

Georgia has non-conference games scheduled against Austin Peay, Charlotte and Georgia Tech in the 2025 season. As for the SEC slate, Georgia’s schedule will be inverted, meaning the Bulldogs will host Texas, Alabama, Ole Miss and Kentucky and visit Auburn, Tennessee and Mississippi State.

Georgia opens the 2024 season against the Clemson Tigers on Aug. 31. That game will be played in Atlanta.