Georgia will be seeing Texas and Oklahoma one way or another over the next 10 seasons. The Bulldogs have a home-and-home with both programs, with Georgia taking on Oklahoma in 2023 and 2031, before taking on the Longhorns in 2028 and 2029.
Of course, Georgia might see the two sides much sooner and more frequently should the two programs push through their exits from the Big 12, as is expected to be the case on Monday.
It is well known by now both programs are looking to leave for the richer pastures of the SEC. In doing so, the SEC will further cement itself as the top football conference in the country, while likely kicking off another round of expansion as other conferences aim to keep pace.
For the SEC, the move will impact just about all areas of the sport. What does it mean for College Football Playoff and its possible expansion? Does this make the new television contract with ESPN even more lucrative?
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