Five opponents we want to see on Georgia's 2024 SEC schedule

The Georgia Bulldogs, like the rest of the SEC, will play an eight-game conference schedule during the 2024 college football season.

Each SEC team is required to play another Power Five schools in a nonconference game.  Georgia’s 2024 SEC opponents are unknown for the time being.

The 2024 season will represent a big change for the SEC. Divisions will no longer exist. The top two teams at the end of the season will advance to the SEC championship game.

One key thing to remember is that Georgia and Florida’s rivalry will likely be preserved, but the Georgia-Auburn rivalry may no longer be annual.

1. Texas A&M Aggies Georgia has played Texas A&M just once since the Aggies joined the SEC back in 2013. The Aggies have never hosted Georgia in College Station, 

Texas. The SEC needs to make it happen in 2024. Georgia owes Texas A&M a return visit.

2. LSU Tigers LSU has not played against Georgia during the regular season since 2018. The Tigers have met the Bulldogs a couple of times in the SEC championship since then

LSU is due for a trip to Athens, Georgia. The Tigers have not traveled to Georgia since the memorable 2013 game.

3. Texas Longhorns There’s a good chance that Georgia will play one of the two SEC newcomers (Texas and Oklahoma). Our pick would be for the Bulldogs to play Texas.

4. Auburn Tigers The Georgia-Auburn rivalry needs to continue. The Bulldogs and Tigers have 127 total meetings in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. 

The Georgia-Auburn rivalry is the second-most played rivalry in the Power Five conferences.

5. South Carolina Gamecocks South Carolina plays at Georgia in 2023, so the Bulldogs would expect to make the trip to Columbia, South Carolina, if the two teams play each other in 2024.


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