One of the greatest all-time moments in UGA football history was the dramatic overtime win against Oklahoma in the 2017 College Football Playoff.
UGA and Oklahoma could meet again in a home-and-home series, per The Athletic’s Seth Emerson.
The report said there “should be another big series announced soon,” and that Georgia and Oklahoma were in “deep talks.”
This week, UGA announced future home-and-home series with Florida State and Clemson.
Flashback to the 2017 game against Oklahoma: In overtime, UGA had a “walk-off” win when Sony Michel ran for a 27-yard touchdown for the 54-48 decision. With the victory, the Bulldogs advanced to the national championship game.
This week, UGA coach Kirby Smart shared his vision and strategy for beefing up the non-conference schedule, per DawgNation’s Mike Griffith.
“To get in the playoffs as the future goes, I don’t know if they’ll ever expand it, but I do think you will need a quality schedule to do that,” Smart said. “I think there will be two-loss (playoff) teams in the future; if they’ve got a really tough schedule they’ll be able to make it.”
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