Georgia, Florida State schedule football series for 2027, 2028

By Brian Wilmer -

The University of Georgia has scheduled a home-and-home football series with Florida State University for 2027 and 2028, the schools announced Tuesday.

The Bulldogs will visit Doak Campbell Stadium on Sept. 4, 2027, and will welcome the Seminoles to Sanford Stadium on Sept. 16, 2028.

“We are excited to announce this series and showcase our commitment to providing games in Doak Campbell Stadium that will be attractive for our fans,” Florida State interim director of athletics David Coburn said. “Our non-conference schedule is among the strongest in the country with an annual game against Florida in addition to regular matchups with Notre Dame, and this series with Georgia fits the criteria for how we want to build future schedules. I also want to thank Coach Taggart for his commitment to facing high-quality opponents that will excite fans and continue to strengthen Florida State’s place among the preeminent programs in the country.”

Georgia has won six of the 11 prior meetings with Florida State, with one tie in the series. Georgia won the most recent meeting, 26-13, in the 2003 Sugar Bowl.

Georgia also announced in its release a second home-and-home with Clemson, to be played in 2032 and 2033. This is in addition to the previously-announced series between the two, to be played in 2029 and 2030. Clemson will travel to Athens on Sept. 4, 2032, and the Bulldogs will make the trek up I-85 to Death Valley on Sept. 3, 2033.

“The resumption of this storied rivalry has been a high priority for our athletic department and our fans,” Clemson Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich said. “We look forward to all five scheduled meetings between these two great programs, including the meeting in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 2024 and the four on-campus games starting in 2029.”

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In 2028, Georgia is at Texas and hosting Florida State and Georgia Tech in a rivalry game, plus their SEC schedule.

In 2029, Georgia is at Clemson and Georgia Tech and hosting Texas, plus their SEC schedule.

Those are some tough schedules, and they are only playing six true home games in those years (and some others).

Yeah, I’ll admit that I’m not typically impressed with several of the SEC’s OOC scheduling, but I’ll happily excuse Georgia from that. Playing Georgia Tech, Texas, and FSU/Clemson in those two seasons almost looks like a typo. That’s pretty impressive.