Georgia adding games with ACC schools Clemson, Florida State
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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia is adding Atlantic Coast Conference schools Clemson and Florida State to its future football schedules.
Both home-and-home series were announced Tuesday.
The Bulldogs will play Florida State in Tallahassee in 2027 with the schools meeting at Georgia the following year.
Clemson and Georgia had already announced three games between them, in 2024 at the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta and a home-and-home series in 2029 and 2030. The latest pair of games will take place in Athens, Georgia in 2032 and at Clemson's Death Valley in 2033.
The Bulldogs will face at least two ACC opponents in each of those years to go along with its annual rivalry with Georgia Tech. Clemson and Florida State add a second Southeastern Conference opponent to their schedules, adding to the Tigers rivalry with South Carolina and the Seminoles rivalry with Florida.
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Updated April 2, 2019