2022 Georgia football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

2022 Georgia football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

Georgia enters the 2022 college football season as defending national champions, winning the College Football Playoff for the first time in an upset over No. 1 Alabama last season. The Bulldogs had previously made it to the CFP Championship once before, losing to the Crimson Tide in an upset to conclude the 2017 season.

As part of its CFP title defense, Georgia will look to claim just its second Southeastern Conference championship in the last 17 years (2017). The Bulldogs will need their offensive leaders to pick up where they left off last season, and some strong defensive returners to fill several big roles.

Here is the complete 2022 Georgia football schedule, including opponents and players to watch.

2022 Georgia football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, results

Opponent Score Date Time (ET) TV Lease
vs. No. 11 Oregon W, 49-3 Saturday, Sept. 3 3:30 p.m. ABC Atlanta, Ga.
vs. Samford W, 33-0 Saturday, Sept. 10 4 p.m. SEC Network Athens, Ga.
at South Carolina Saturday. Sep 17 12 p.m. ESPN Columbia, SC
vs. Kent State Saturday, Sept. 24 12 p.m. SEC Network+/ESPN+ Athens, Ga.
at Missouri Saturday, Oct. 1 TBA TBA Columbia, Mo.
vs. Auburn Saturday, Oct. 8 TBA TBA Athens, Ga.
vs. Vanderbilt Saturday, Oct. 15 TBA TBA Athens, Ga.
vs. Florida Saturday, Oct. 29 3:30 p.m. CBS Jacksonville, Fla.
vs. Tennessee Saturday, Nov. 5 TBA TBA Athens, Ga.
at Mississippi State Saturday, Nov. 12 TBA TBA Starkville, Miss.
at Kentucky Saturday, Nov. 19 TBA TBA Lexington, Ky.
vs. Georgia Tech Saturday, Nov. 26 TBA TBA Athens, Ga.

*All TBAs are as of Aug. 9, 2022

SCOREBOARD: Check out the latest scores from every college football game

SEC football standings

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Latest college football rankings

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2021 results

Georgia went 14-1 last season en route to their first CFP championship.

Here’s what happened in each of the Bulldogs’ games in 2021:

Sep 4 7:30 p.m. ABC vs. No. 3 Clemson Charlotte, NC W, 10-3
Sep 11 3:30 p.m. ESPN2 vs. UAB Athens, GA W, 56-7
Sep 18 7 p.m. ESPN vs. south carolina Athens, GA W, 40-13
Sep 25 12 p.m. SEC Network at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN W, 62-0
Oct. 2 12 p.m. ESPN vs. No. 8 Arkansas Athens, GA W, 37-0
Oct. 9 3:30 p.m. CBS at No. 18 Auburn Auburn, AL W, 34-10
Oct. 16 3:30 p.m. CBS vs. No. 11 Kentucky Athens, GA W, 30-13
Oct. 30 3:30 p.m. CBS vs. Florida Jacksonville, FL W, 34-7
Nov. 6 12 p.m. ESPN vs. Missouri Athens, GA W, 43-6
Nov. 13 3:30 p.m. CBS at Tennessee Knoxville, TN W, 41-17
Nov. 20 12 p.m. ESPN+/SECN+ vs. Charleston Southern Athens, GA W, 56-7
Nov. 27 12 p.m. ABC at Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA W, 45-0
Dec. 4 4 p.m. CBS vs. Alabama (SEC Championship) Atlanta, GA L, 41-24
Dec. 31 7:30 p.m. ESPN vs. No. 2 Michigan (CFP Orange Bowl) Miami, Fla. W, 34-11
Jan. 10 8 p.m. ESPN vs. No. 1 Alabama (CFP National Championship) Indianapolis, Ind. W, 33-18

Key returning players

The Bulldogs lost several top offensive players, such as wide receiver Jermaine Burton via transfer to Alabama as well as lead running backs James Cook and Zamir White through the NFL Draft. However, Georgia will see some key offensive leaders return, including quarterback Stetson Bennett, who proved that he can get the job done as the starter during last season’s championship run. The soon-to-be super senior finished third in the SEC in yards per attempt (10), while racking up the fourth-most passing touchdowns (29) and fourth-best quarterback rating (176.7). Bennett will also look to heavily lean on tight end Brock Bowers once again. Bowers led the Bulldogs in receptions (56), receiving yards (882) and receiving touchdowns (13) last season.

Georgia also saw several key departures on defense, including cornerback Derion Kendrick and linebacker Nakobe Dean. As a result, returners like linebacker Nolan Smithdefensive lineman Jalen Cartercornerback Kelee Ringo and safety Christopher Smith will be asked to handle more responsibilities this season.

Christopher Smith and Ringo will be tasked with leading the secondary. Among returners, they ranked second and third in interceptions last season with three and two, respectively. Each had 34 tackles last season as well, finishing among the top 15 on the team.

Meanwhile, Nolan Smith, who had the fifth-most tackles for the Bulldogs in 2021 (56, the most among returners) and the third-most sacks (4.0), will be relied on to help lead Georgia’s front seven. Carter should also play a major role up front as his 37 tackles and 3.0 sacks last year stand among the top of defensive returners for the Bulldogs.

Schedule: Check out game times, TV channels and scores from every college football game

2022 College Football Playoff

The 2022-23 season marks the ninth season of the College Football Playoff era. Will Georgia successfully defend its title and become the first team to repeat as CFP national champion? Will Alabama add a fourth title of the playoff era to its resume? Or will a new team claim its seat among college football royalty?

BOWL GAMES: The Full 2022-23 college football bowl game schedule

Below is the complete 2022-23 College Football Playoff schedule.

CFP Schedule

Semifinals Peach Bowl Dec 31, 2022 Atlanta, GA Mercedes Benz Stadium
Semifinals Fiesta Bowl Dec 31, 2022 Glendale, AZ State Farm Stadium
Championship CFP National Championship Jan. 9,
Inglewood, CA SoFi Stadium

The semifinal games will start at 4 pm and 8 pm ET. As of Aug. 9, 2022, each game is yet to be assigned a start time.

The CFP national championship will air on ESPN during primetime. As of Aug. 9, 2022, an official start time has yet to be announced. Los Angeles will serve as host for the first time.

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