Georgia's 2023 college football schedule

The Georgia Bulldogs have won 33 of their last 34 games. Included in that are two national championship wins and an SEC title.

After losing 15 players to the NFL draft following the 2021 national title win,

 Georgia was not expected to repeat as national champs in 2022. But Kirby Smart and the Dawgs did not listen.

 Instead they went 15-0 and closed the season with a 65-7 win over TCU in the national championship.

1. Sept. 2: UT-Martin (Athens, Georgia) 2. Sept. 9: Ball State (Athens, Georgia) 3. Sept. 16: South Carolina (Athens, Georgia)

4. Sept. 23: UAB (Athens, Georgia) 5. Sept. 30: at Auburn (Auburn, Alabama) 6. Oct. 7: Kentucky (Athens, Georgia)

7. Oct. 14: at Vanderbilt (Nashville, Tennessee) 8. Oct. 21: Bye

9. Oct. 28: Florida (Jacksonville, Florida) 10. Nov. 4: Missouri (Athens, Georgia)


Georgia DL Jalen Carter declares for 2023 NFL draft -