Georgia Football 2022 Schedule and Results

Georgia football 2022 schedule
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The Georgia football 2022 schedule is 12 games of out-of-conference and SEC play that is sure to test the 2021 defending national champions. Can the Dawgs repeat, or where will they fall this season?

Georgia sees a stout start with Oregon in the first week, but their first two home games were cupcakes, so the real season starts on Oct. 8 against Auburn. After the first five weeks, the Dawgs will be in a tough predicament where perfection is obtainable, but they will have to fight hard every week.

This season should be fun, and we’re calling another successful season for the Dawgs now! Expect 11 or more wins, an SEC East title, and who knows, maybe head coach Kirby Smart’s second SEC title.

Georgia football 2022 schedule

  • WEEK 1 · Saturday, September 3th · 3:30 p.m. EST: in ATL vs. Oregon Ducks (Won 49-3)
  • WEEK 2 · Saturday, Sept 10th · 4:00 p.m. EST:  Samford Bulldogs (Won 33-0)
  • WEEK 3 · Saturday, Sept 17th · 12:00 p.m. EST: @ South Carolina Gamecocks (Won 48-7)
  • WEEK 4 · Saturday, Sept. 24th · 12:00 p.m. EST: Kent State Golden Flashes (Won 39-22)
  • WEEK 5 · Saturday, October 1st · 7:30 p.m. EST: @ Missouri Tigers (Won 26-22)
  • WEEK 6 · Saturday, Oct 8th · 3:30 p.m. EST: Auburn Tigers (Won 42-10)
  • WEEK 7 · Saturday, Oct 15th · 3:30 p.m. EST: Vanderbilt Commodores (Won 55-0)
  • WEEK 8 · Bye
  • WEEK 9 · Saturday, Oct. 29· 3:30 p.m. EST: in JAX vs. Florida Gators
  • WEEK 10 · Saturday, November 5th · TBA: Tennessee Volunteers
  • WEEK 11 · Saturday, Nov 12th · TBA: @ Mississippi State Bulldogs
  • WEEK 12 · Saturday, Nov 19th · TBA: @ Kentucky Wildcats
  • WEEK 13 · Saturday, Nov 26th ·TBA: Georgia Tech

Pay close attention to Weeks 6-12 for the Dawgs because that stretch of SEC play could really test Georgia. Those weeks will really determine if the Dawgs will return to Atlanta for the SEC Championship game or settle for a bowl game. Tennessee, Mississippi State, and Kentucky are one heck of a way to close out a conference schedule, so the Dawgs will have their hands full.

We’re confident in this team on both sides of the ball, as there are a lot more returning playmakers than folks believe. However, this team will have ups and downs because it’s growing. There are a lot of young guys getting significant reps, so it won’t be nearly as pretty as the 2021 season was.

Georgia still has a chance to go all the way, though, because that offense has its starting quarterback Stetson Bennett back and a ton of playmakers like Brock Bowers, Ladd McConkey and Kenny McIntosh. The Dawgs have a legitimate chance to repeat, but they have a massive target on their back, and that will be challenging for Georgia.