Georgia has already loaded up its future non-conference schedule with elite competition and that trend continues with Monday’s news as the school has announced a new home-and-home series with Big 12 powerhouse Oklahoma.
The Bulldogs will travel to Norman, Oklahoma in 2023 with the Sooners making the return trip to Athens in 2031. Oklahoma joins Georgia Tech as the only two programs on Georgia’s 2023 and 2031 non-conference schedules at this time.
The 2023 showdown between Georgia and Oklahoma is set for Sept. 9 while the 2031 game is scheduled to be played Sept. 13.
The two schools have only met on the gridiron once, which of course came in the Rose Bowl College Football Playoff Semifinal game back in January of 2018. UGA beat the Sooners in that game, 54-48 in overtime.
Georgia is set to finish its home-and-home series with Notre Dame this season by hosting the Fighting Irish in Athens on Sept. 21 before the program’s non-conference scheduling really begins to heat up starting in 2022 when the Dawgs plan to open the season against Oregon. Georgia is on the books to face Clemson in 2024, 2029, 2030, 2032, 2034, UCLA in 2025 and 2026, Florida State in 2027 and 2028, Texas in 2028 and 2029 and now the Sooners in 2023 and 2031.