Georgia football: Why you should watch Georgia in the Liberty Bowl

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Jan 2, 2016; Memphis, TN, USA; A general view before the game between the Kansas State Wildcats and the Arkansas Razorbacks at Liberty Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia Football found out earlier today that they will play Texas Christian in the Autozone Liberty Bowl on December 30th.

It’s official, Georgia football will be headed back to Memphis later this month to play TCU from the Big XII. Georgia is currently 7-5 and 4-4 in the SEC, TCU is 6-6 and 4-5 in the Big XII. This will be the fourth meeting all-time between the Bulldogs and the Horned Frogs. Georgia is 3-0 against TCU with wins in 1941, 1980 and 1988.

Regardless of your opinion on the amount of bowl games, these types of match-ups is what bowl season is all about; creating match-ups that are seldom seen in the regular season. For teams in conferences, big non-conference games usually only happen once each regular season, two if they have a non-conference rival.

This is a totally unique and interesting game for Georgia fans, TCU fans and college football fans in general. Here are a few reasons why Georgia versus TCU is one of the best match-ups this bowl season.

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