Way Too Early 2021 Georgia Schedule Prediction:

Sept. 4 Clemson (in Charlotte) - L

Sept. 11 UAB - W

Sept. 18 South Carolina - W

Sept. 25 at Vanderbilt - W

Oct. 2 Arkansas - W

Oct. 9 at Auburn - L

Oct. 16 Kentucky - W

Oct. 23 OPEN DATE

Oct. 30 Florida (in Jacksonville) - W

Nov. 6 Missouri - W

Nov. 13 at Tennessee - W

Nov. 20 Charleston Southern - W

Nov. 27 at Georgia Tech - W


The season starts off with a bang against Clemson in Charlotte. While Georgia is the more experienced team I think Clemson gets the win here. The experience DJ Uiagalelei received last year stepping in for Trevor Lawrence for a couple games will be invaluable. Kirby Smart also has a knack for choking in big games so Clemson should be able to win a close one. The game against UAB will be close for a half. South Carolina usually plays Georgia tough but doesn’t have the players this next year to win. Vanderbilt will stick around for a quarter before the Bulldogs take control. Arkansas should be able to come in and put a scare in the Bulldogs if they are looking ahead to the Auburn game but the game in Fayetteville last year will be used by Kirby Smart and staff to keep Georgia focused. Next up is the game at Auburn. Kirby Smart has a losing record against SEC West opponents on the road and Auburn has this game circled on their calendar after the losses against Georgia the past couple years. Georgia will stumble in Jordan-Hare as Bryan Harsin will use this game to show the Auburn family he was the right hire for the job. The game will be close but in the end Kirby will make a bone headed call that will cost UGA the game. The Kentucky game will be a win as Kentucky’s offense will continue to run into to the brick wall that is Georgia’s defense. The Bulldogs will get a much needed break before traveling to Jacksonville to face the Gators. The final score from last year’s game coupled will multiple turnovers by the Gators will propel the Bulldogs to a win. Georgia’s defense will shutdown Missouri the following week. The Tennessee game should be a lot of fun as the Vols should have the offense clicking late into the year but Georgia’s defense forces some turnovers that eventually secure the Bulldogs the win. The Charleston Southern game will be a cupcake victory. Georgia Tech doesn’t have the personnel to compete with Georgia so the Bulldogs get the win to close out the regular season and begin preparation for the SEC championship game.

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