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Georgia And Oklahoma Schedule Home And Home Football Series

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

Georgia and Oklahoma will meet on the football field twice in the coming years.

According to Bruce Feldman, the Bulldogs will travel to the Sooners Sept. 9, 2023, and Oklahoma will repay the favor when visiting Georgia Sept. 13, 2031.

There’s nothing better in the world of college football than when two powerhouse programs meet in the non-conference schedule. It’s as American as it gets.

There are very few teams as prestigious as Oklahoma and Georgia. Those two programs are the definition of elite. (RELATED: Texas Beats Georgia In The Sugar Bowl)

 

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I hate the SEC as much as anybody else. I live to trash that garbage conference, which might be the most overhyped thing in all of sports.

Despite all that rightful hatred, I am still amped whenever I can see a powerhouse program from the conference play another big-time team.

 

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If you’re not pumped for these football games, then you might want to go check your pulse. Grab some beer, throw the grill on and get ready to party.

Yes, I know the games aren’t for a few more years, but it’s never too early to get started. That’s just the way college football works.

Get jacked up, get your booze ready and prepare for a Big 12/SEC showdown for the ages. It’s going to be a hell of a fun time.

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