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re: Pussy Dawgs back out of series against UCLA in 2025

Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:28 pm to
Posted by Smokeyone
Maryville Tn
Member since Jul 2016
16582 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:28 pm to
Was the 2025 game an away game? They don’t do real away OOC games
Posted by DawginSC
Member since Aug 2022
4932 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:37 pm to
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Florida Gators and Cal Bears cancel future home-and-home.

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frick those hippies anyway. None of them were coming to Gainesville in August.


This is a pretty big indicator that the main driver of the cancellation of these games were the ex-Pac-12 teams.

UCLA and Cal are keeping a permanent OOC rivalry. UCLA had future dates cancelled with UGA and Auburn. Cal cancelled a future game with Florida. That suggests those teams are the ones wanting the future matchups to go away.
Posted by atlanta917
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2017
5719 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:40 pm to
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UGA has always played one of the weakest non con schedules in the SEC. This is expected

UGA plays 2 p5 teams OoC every year. What has Tennessee done OoC besides lose to Georgia state?
Posted by AlterDWI
Durango, Colorado
Member since Nov 2012
2356 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:41 pm to
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Vols usually have a very strong OOC schedule


This year

Chattanooga
NC State
Kent
UTEP

Last year

Virginia
Austin Peay
UTSA
UCONN

Year before

Ball St
Pitt
Akron
UT-Martin

Year before

Bowling Green
Pitt
Tennessee Tech
South Alabama

Honestly, your scheduling is an embarrassment, but like the other other poster said,, you havent relevant in so long nobody cares.
Posted by DawginSC
Member since Aug 2022
4932 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:44 pm to
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Was the 2025 game an away game? They don’t do real away OOC games


If you're talking about UGA and UCLA, they cancelled both the away game in 2025 and the home game in 2026.

As for UGA not doing away games OOC we play more away games OOC than any other team in the SEC.

In future schedules we have 1 away OOC P5 opponent in 2025, 1 in 2026, 2 in 2027, 0 in 2028, 2 in 2029, 2 in 2031, 0 in 2032, 2 in 2033 and 1 in 2034.

Posted by atlanta917
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2017
5719 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:48 pm to
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As for UGA not doing away games OOC we play more away games OOC than any other team in the SEC.

I’d guess USCe and UF play the same amount with them playing Clemson and FSU.
Posted by southernboisb
Member since Dec 2012
7498 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:50 pm to
I never heard you were EXPECTED to play Miami yearly.

FSU, yes (just like us & GT).
Posted by djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
33379 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:56 pm to
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Vols usually have a very strong OOC schedule


This isn’t true at all.
Posted by southernboisb
Member since Dec 2012
7498 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:59 pm to
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I'm guessing UGA will be having to rearrange schedules to not have 3 P5's OOC in future years.


SEC screwing up the DSOR rotation screwed up the WLOCP or GT rotation.
Posted by DawginSC
Member since Aug 2022
4932 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:59 pm to
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I’d guess USCe and UF play the same amount with them playing Clemson and FSU.


Not really. Since the ncaa went to a 12 game regular schedule in addition to their permanent opponent UGA has played Notre Dame, Clemson (twice), Colorado, Oklahoma State and Arizona State on the road.

We've also had neutral site games against Boise State when ranked, UNC, Clemson (twice including this year) and Oregon as well as a 2020 neutral site game against UVA that was cancelled due to Covid.

UGA also had OOC series that had away games against OU and Texas both cancelled due to them joining the conference.

Any suggestion that UGA doesn't schedule better OOC on average than any other team in the SEC is simply false. The only team close is South Carolina. Florida is in 3rd. Everyone else is way behind.

That thought is left over from back when the NCAA only allowed 11 regular season games a year. UGA and UF because they played a conference game at a neutral site and had a permanent OOC opponent basically never were able to have anything other than their permanent opponent on their OOC schedule in those games. Occasionally they'd be able to convince a P5 team to play at their place only (UGA got TT to do that in 1996), but the only way they could get to 6 home games a year was to play 2 home only games and their permanent opponent every year.

When the NCAA went to 12 games, both did better. UF played Miami sporadically then kind of let up on their OOC before doing better in more recent seasons. UGA was much more aggressive with OOC scheduling once the season became 12 games long and didn't let up.
Posted by PanhandleSlim
Member since Mar 2020
426 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:00 pm to
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I never heard you were EXPECTED to play Miami yearly. FSU, yes (just like us & GT


Fsu and Miami fans talk shite because we don’t play Miami every year
Posted by Barstools
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2016
9604 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:04 pm to
Neither has UGA/OSU home and home at this point.
Posted by GentleJackJones
Member since Mar 2019
4270 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:05 pm to
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Vols


quote:

havent relevant in so long nobody cares.


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Posted by atlanta917
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2017
5719 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:06 pm to
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Any suggestion that UGA doesn't schedule better OOC on average than any other team in the SEC is simply false. The only team close is South Carolina. Florida is in 3rd. Everyone else is way behind.

I wasn’t talking about quality OoC opponents, just true OoC road games. UGA typically does well with quality OoC opponents, as does UF, lsu, South Carolina, auburn, and usually bama outside of 2017-2022.
Posted by chadr07
Pineville, Louisiana
Member since Jan 2015
8164 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:08 pm to
I think it was the other way around
Posted by DawginSC
Member since Aug 2022
4932 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:24 pm to
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I wasn’t talking about quality OoC opponents, just true OoC road games. UGA typically does well with quality OoC opponents, as does UF, lsu, South Carolina, auburn, and usually bama outside of 2017-2022.


UGA has played GT OOC on the road every other year. Since the NCAA went to 12 games they've added 6 other road games against P5 teams (ND, ASU, Colorado, OkSU and Clemson twice).

For comparison UF plays FSU on the road every other year as well. But they only have had 3 other road games (Miami twice and Utah once.

SC plays Clemson on the road every other year. Their additional road games were ECU, UCF, NCSU and UVA (two non-P5 road games). I though SC had more to be honest, but most of them were neutral site games against NCSU or UNC in Charlotte.

As I said. UGA has more road games OOC than anyone else in the SEC since the NCAA went to 12 games. And exceptional OOC scheduling overall considering home and homes and neutral site OOC games.
Posted by bigDgator
Dallas, TX
Member since Oct 2008
42255 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:14 pm to
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I never heard you were EXPECTED to play Miami yearly.

FSU, yes (just like us & GT).


The rivalry with Miami started 20 years before the rivalry with FSU. 1938 vs 1958.
Posted by Miznoz
St. Louis
Member since Dec 2018
2311 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:31 pm to
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Replaced them with Marshall on the schedule

Dawgs gonna Dawg


frick the big 10, we shouldn't be playing them if everyone is moving to 9 games schedules ,there will be plenty of matchups after the reg season with the new system. no reason to get f'd out of a bowl over what are basically pre-season games the 1st/2nd week of CFB
Posted by GoGators1995
Member since Jan 2023
2325 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:05 pm to
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That is pretty tough but it's aslo BS that y'all hardly ever leave the state of Florida for games most years

Hilarious to see LSU fans downplay FSU since they dominate y'all.
Posted by koreandawg
South Korea
Member since Sep 2015
9317 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:09 pm to
UCLA backed out, sport. Not us. Takes two.
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