Georgia may have inadvertently released its full 2018 football schedule on Wednesday morning.
The Georgia football account tweeted out the Bulldogs 2018 schedule only to delete the tweet 15 minutes later. DawgNation has reached out to UGA for confirmation on the matter but has not received an answer from the school yet.
Here is that schedule. Home games are in bold, and SEC games have an asterisk next to them.
9/1 vs. Austin Peay
9/8 at South Carolina*
9/15 vs. Middle Tennessee
9/22 at Missouri*
9/29 vs. Tennessee*
10/6 vs. Vanderbilt*
10/13 at LSU*
10/20 – BYE
10/27 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)*
11/3 at Kentucky*
11/10 vs. Auburn*
11/17 vs. UMass
11/24 vs. Georgia Tech
The biggest things to note are that the South Carolina game has been moved back to the beginning of the schedule, where as the 2016 and 2017 games both happened later in the season. Georgia will also go over a month without a home game, as the Bulldogs visit LSU, have a bye week, face Florida in Jacksonville and then travel to Kentucky from Oct. 13 through Nov. 3.
The Bulldogs open their 2017 SEC slate against Mississippi State on Sept. 23. Georgia takes on Samford this weekend at Sanford Stadium.