Georgia football schedule: Early game-by-game predictions for 2023 season

Georgia Bulldogs defensive back Javon Bullard (22) . Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia Bulldogs defensive back Javon Bullard (22) . Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /
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We know what the Georgia football schedule is for 2023, so how will the Bulldogs fare in their quest for a third straight national title?

If you’re playing an SEC football schedule, there are no “easy” paths to a championship, despite what some outside the conference may peddle to the masses. Georgia football fans know that any game, any week, can be that game…the one that ruins things.

In 2023, Georgia football has what’s already being spun as a light, easy, or even cupcake schedule. But, as those who play in lesser conferences like to continually remind us, you can only play the teams on your schedule.

Here’s an early look at the Georgia football schedule with some predictions for each week. Since it’s no mystery that we probably think the Bulldogs will win every game, we’re going to include an “upset meter” in terms of how likely it would be for Georgia to lose the game.

Opening things up at Sanford Stadium to take on a member of the FCS level for a Week 1 warmup.

Georgia football 2023 opener: UT Martin Skyhawks vs Georgia Bulldogs

Sept. 2, 2023
Sanford Stadium

Georgia is opening the season with what truly is a cupcake. Although they tied with Southeast Missouri for the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title, the Warhawks finished the season unranked with a 7-4 overall record.

There was a time, not too many years ago when Georgia fans would have fretted over a game like this. The Bulldogs were notorious for starting the season slow and playing down to the level of an opponent.

Thankfully, those worries are a fear of the past, and the Bulldogs should have no problem dispatching UT Martin in a quick fashion.

Chance of Upset: 0%