The SEC announced last week that it would be moving to a 10-game conference-only slate for the 2020 season. This cleared up any confusion about whether Georgia would be playing non-conference games in 2020.
We also learned the start of the season would be pushed back to Sept. 26. The announcement did answer a number of questions about the upcoming 2020 season.
But there are still a number of critical questions that need to be answered for the upcoming Georgia football season. We’ve identified some of those below.
Who are the two additional SEC opponents for Georgia football?
The SEC announced that it would be playing a 10-game, conference-only schedule. Traditionally, the league has played eight conference games, with each team playing their six divisional opponents and two cross-divisional opponents.
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