The Georgia Bulldogs and Clemson Tigers are set to square off in a home-and-home series in 2029 and 2030 (and again in 2032 and 2033), but those games are still an entire decade away.
While it’s great to see top teams squaring off in non-conference play, there should be a way we can see these games sooner.
According to DawgNation.com, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said on Monday that he thinks Clemson should play Georgia every season:
“We should play Georgia every year if it was up to me,” Swinney said. “We’re 80 miles, and they need a game, we need a game. We had to travel to Texas A&M last year, when we could have gone 80 miles.”
Considering the Tigers and Bulldogs have both appeared in the College Football Playoff title game within the last two seasons, that’s a rivalry that would be intense.
Who knows what will happen by 2029, but if Swinney wants the game sooner, perhaps he can get it.