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Georgia enters the 2021 college football season ranked 5th on the USA TODAY Sports AFCA coach poll, behind college football playoff pillars of Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Ohio State. After an 8-2 season and a Peach Bowl win in the 2020 season, the Bulldogs will attempt to return to the CFP, where the ‘Dawgs appeared in the 2017 season and eventually fell in overtime from the national championship game against Alabama.

Here’s everything you need to know about Georgia’s 2021 football schedule.

Georgia football schedule 2021

date Time (ET) TV opponent location score
September 4th 19:30 o’clock ABC against Clemson Charlotte, NC
September 11 3:30 a.m. ESPN2 vs. UAB Athens, GA
September 18 19 o’clock ESPN vs. South Carolina Athens, GA
25th of September still open still open at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN
Oct. 2 still open still open vs. Arkansas Athens, GA
Oct 9 still open still open at Auburn Maroon, AL
Oct 16 still open still open against Kentucky Athens, GA
Oct 30 3:30 a.m. CBS vs. Florida Jacksonville, Florida
November 6th still open still open vs. Missouri Athens, GA
November 13th still open still open in Tennessee Knoxville, TN
20th November still open still open vs. Charleston Southern Athens, GA
November 27th still open still open at Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA
December 4th still open CBS SEC Championship (if required) Atlanta, GA

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Schedule for the college football playoffs 2021-22

Georgia made it to the College Football Playoffs once in the 2017 season. If the Bulldogs reach the playoffs again, their 2021 season could extend into the 2022 calendar year.

Here is the schedule for the 2022 College Football Playoffs.

Round game date location Stadion
Semifinals Cotton bowl December 31, 2021 Arlington, TX AT&T stadium
Semifinals Orange peel December 31, 2021 Miami Gardens, FL Hard rock
Stadion
championship CFP National Championship 10. January,
2022
Indianapolis, IN Lucas Oil Stadium

Georgia results of the 2020 season

Here is Georgia’s schedule and last season’s results.

date opponent location score
September 26, 2020 Arkansas Fayetteville, AR W, 37-10
Oct 3, 2020 No. 7 Auburn Athens, GA B, 27-6
October 10, 2020 Tennessee Athens, GA B, 44-21
Oct 17, 2020 No. 2 Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL L, 41-24
Oct 31, 2020 Kentucky Lexington, KY W, 14-3
November 7, 2020 No. 8 Florida Jacksonville, Florida L, 44-28
November 21, 2020 State of Mississippi Athens, GA W, 31-24
November 28, 2020 South carolina Colombia, SC B, 45-16
Dec 12, 2020 Missouri Colombia, MO W, 49-14
January 1, 2021 # 6 Cincinnati Atlanta, GA W, 24-21

History of the CFP National Championship

Below is a full history of the College Football Playoff National Championship.

YEAR (OF THE GAME) GAME
2015 No. 4 Ohio State 42, No. 2 Oregon 20
2016 No. 2 Alabama 45, No. 1 Clemson 40
2017 No. 2 Clemson 35, No. 1 Alabama 31
2018 No. Alabama 26, No. 3 Georgia 23 (OT)
2019 No. 2 Clemson 44, No. 1 Alabama 16
2020 No. 1 LSU 42, No. 3 Clemson 25
2021 No. 1 Alabama 52, No. 3 Ohio State 24

Andy Wittry has written for Stadium, SI.com, Sporting News, Indianapolis Star, Louisville Courier-Journal, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He is a graduate of Indiana University. You can follow him on Twitter @AndyWittry.

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