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Oklahoma, Georgia announce future home-and-home series

Is Auburn next?

Oklahoma has made a habit of scheduling its recent bowl opponents with recent scheduling announcements of home-and-home series with Alabama and Clemson. Now, the Sooners will play Georgia.

The Bulldogs, who last met the Sooners in the 2018 Rose Bowl, will travel to Norman in 2023 and Oklahoma will play at Georgia in 2031.

The 2023 game in Norman will mark the 100th anniversary of games played at the Owen Field site.

Georgia beat the Sooners 54-48 in double overtime in that Rose Bowl, which was part of the College Football Playoff.

That is the only meeting between the two marquee programs.

Oklahoma's last six bowl opponents have been Alabama (twice), Clemson (twice), Georgia and Auburn.


Notable future non-conference schedule:
2019: Houston, South Dakota, at UCLA
2020: Missouri State, Tennessee, at Army
2021: at Tulane, Western Carolina, Nebraska
2022: UTEP, at Nebraska
2023: Georgia
2024: Temple, at Tennessee, Tulane
2025: Michigan, at Temple
2026: at Michigan
2028: Temple
2029: Nebraska
2030: at Nebraska
2031: at Georgia
2032: Alabama
2033: at Alabama
2035: at Clemson
2036: Clemson

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Georgia's D'Andre Walker (15) says something to Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield (6) next to J.R. Reed (20) after Mayfield threw an interception in the fourth quarter during the Rose Bowl Game, a College Football Playoff Semifinal, between the Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and Georgia Bulldogs (UGA) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. Georgia won 54-48 in double overtime. Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman

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Georgia's D'Andre Walker (15) says something to Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield (6) next to J.R. Reed (20) after Mayfield threw an interception in the fourth quarter during the Rose Bowl Game, a College Football Playoff Semifinal, between the Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and Georgia Bulldogs (UGA) at the Rose...

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Ryan Aber

Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The... Read more ›

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