Georgia’s schedule for the 2024 season has been leaked, and it reveals a gauntlet of opponents.

According to, Georgia now knows the order of its 8 conference games in the first season of the 16-team SEC.

The Bulldogs kick off next season’s campaign against Clemson in on Aug. 31 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Outside of that reunion with former offensive line coach Matt Luke, the highlight of the schedule is the trip to Tuscaloosa for another rematch with the Tide.

Following a bye in Week 4, Georgia will be at Alabama (Sept. 28), Auburn at home (Oct. 5), Mississippi State at home (Oct. 12) and then a road game at Texas (Oct. 19). Georgia last met the Longhorns in 2019, a loss in the Sugar Bowl.

After another bye in week nine, the Crimson Tide will go up against Florida at home (Nov. 2), Ole Miss on the road (Nov. 9) and Tennessee at home (Nov. 16). The game against Ole Miss will be the second straight meeting after the Bulldogs easily handled the Rebels this year in Athens.

The Bulldogs will cap its 2023 regular season with a home game against in-state rival Georgia Tech on Nov. 30.

Georgia’s 2024 schedule is as follows:

Aug. 31 — Clemson (in Atlanta)
Sept. 7 — Tennessee Tech
Sept. 14 — at Kentucky
Sept. 21 — Bye
Sept. 28 — at Alabama
Oct. 5 — Auburn
Oct. 12 — Miss State
Oct. 19 — at Texas
Oct. 26 — Bye
Nov. 2 — Florida
Nov. 9 — at Ole Miss
Nov. 16 — Tennessee
Nov. 23 — UMass
Nov. 30 — Georgia Tech

The Bulldogs were the top-ranked team in the nation for a majority of the 2023 season. Undefeated at 12-0, Georgia went into the SEC Championship game this past weekend and lost to Alabama, missing out on the College Football Playoff in the process.

No. 6 Georgia (12-1) will now prepare to face No. 5 Florida State (13-0) in the Orange Bowl at 4 p.m. Dec. 30 on ESPN.