Georgia’s efforts to beef up the program’s non-conference slate continue as the Bulldogs just announced another big-time future opponent.

The school has just announced a new home-and-home series with Florida State. The two-game series is set for 2027 and 2028. Georgia will play in Tallahassee on September 4, 2027, and will host the Seminoles in Athens on September 16, 2028.

According to UGA, the Bulldogs and Seminoles have faced off 11 times with Georgia holding the all-time series lead at 6-4-1. The two teams last played in the 2003 Sugar Bowl game with Georgia coming out on top, 26-13.

While Georgia had already announced a future home-and-home with Clemson, the school has announced another home-and-home with the Tigers for 2032 and 2033. Clemson will play in Athens on Sept. 4, 2032, and the Bulldogs will travel to Clemson on Sept. 3, 2033.

Georgia had previously announced a home-and-home series with Clemson in 2029 and 2030.

These games against FSU and Clemson are the latest efforts by UGA to beef up its non-conference schedule with games against Texas (2028 and 2029) and UCLA (2025 and 2026) already on the books.