Georgia rolled through its 2022 schedule on the way to winning its second-straight national championship. Despite playing multiple ranked foes over the course of the season, the toughest regular season game for the Bulldogs proved to be an Oct. 1 road test against Missouri.
The Bulldogs needed a perfect fourth quarter to come away with a 26-22 win. It was the lone game last season that the Bulldogs did not win for double digits.
As for the 2023 season, Georgia’s schedule does not appear to have many pitfalls. That made it rather easy for ESPN’s Mark Schlabach to pick Tennessee as the Bulldogs’ toughest game for the upcoming season.
Georgia visits Knoxville, Tenn., to close out SEC play on Nov. 18.
“Their Nov. 18 contest at Tennessee will probably be the most difficult. UT figures to be out for blood after the Bulldogs knocked off the then-No. 1 Volunteers 27-13 at Sanford Stadium last season,” Schlabach wrote. “The game, which was traditionally played early in the season, used to go a long way in determining which team would contend for an SEC East title. This season, Georgia’s SEC finale might decide which one wins the division.”
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