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UGA Opens 2022 with Oregon in Atlanta – Complete Schedule Announced

A season opener against Oregon in Atlanta, eight Southeastern Conference games, and the annual tilt against Georgia Tech highlight the 2022 Georgia football schedule announced Tuesday by the SEC. 

The Bulldogs will open the season against Oregon on Sept. 3, 2022, in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This will mark only the second time the two football programs have met. The one previous meeting resulted in a 27-16 home win for the Bulldogs in 1977. 

Georgia will host SEC contests against Auburn, Vanderbilt, and Tennessee and will travel for league matchups against South Carolina, Missouri, Mississippi State, and Kentucky. The Georgia-Florida game will take place on Oct. 29 in Jacksonville. 

 

 

 

 

2022 Georgia Football Schedule

Sept. 3             vs. Oregon (Atlanta)

Sept. 10           SAMFORD

 

 

 

 

Sept. 17           *at South Carolina

Sept. 24           KENT STATE

Oct. 1               *at Missouri

Oct. 8               *AUBURN

Oct. 15             *VANDERBILT

Oct. 22             Open Date

Oct. 29             *vs. Florida (Jacksonville)

Nov. 5              *TENNESSEE

Nov. 12            *at Mississippi State

Nov. 19            *at Kentucky

Nov. 26            GEORGIA TECH

*Southeastern Conference game

Home games in BOLD


UGA To Host Tennis Powerhouses This Weekend

Men’s tennis powerhouses Georgia, USC, Texas and Ohio State will compete in the 54th Annual Southern Intercollegiate Tennis Championships this weekend at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. 

The event, which has taken place each year since 1968, is one of the greatest and longest running fall tournaments in college tennis. 

This year’s Southern Intercollegiate Championships build on that outstanding history with four of the top programs in the nation set to compete. Georgia, USC, Texas and Ohio State have combined to win 28 NCAA national championships and 120 conference titles.  

“I don’t know that there is another event with this much history behind it,” Bulldog associate head coach Jamie Hunt said. “We are talking about four of the top teams in the country going against each other at one of the most historic venues in college tennis. There is not a better way to kick off the 2021 fall season! For us, we have a lot of new faces this year and this will be the first opportunity to compete together as a team. We can’t wait for the challenges ahead look forward to seeing a lot of red and black in the stands.” 

Action begins Friday at 10 a.m. as Georgia student-athletes will compete against players from Texas, before USC and Ohio State clash at 2 p.m. On Saturday, Texas and USC play each other at 10 a.m., while Georgia and Ohio State battle at 2 p.m. The tournament concludes on Sunday as Ohio State and Texas meet at 8 a.m., followed by Georgia and USC at noon. 

The format will feature ‘hidden-duals,’ with no team score. All matches will take place at Henry Feild Stadium.


Dawgs in the NFL – Week 2

Roquan Smith

Bears 20, Bengals 17

Alec Ogletree, OLB: Ogletree posted three tackles, had one quarterback hurry, and defended one pass for the Bears.

Roquan Smith, ILB: Smith returned an interception 53 yards for a touchdown for Chicago. He added a team-high eight tackles, including a sack, and a quarterback hurry. Smith is sixth in the NFL with 19 tackles.

Trey Hill, OL: Hill was active for the Bengals, but he did not see any action.

Rams 27, Colts 24

Leonard Floyd, OLB: Floyd registered six tackles, including a sack, and three quarterback hurries for the Rams.

Sony Michel, RB: Michel had 10 carries for 46 yards for Los Angeles.

J.R. Reed, DB: Reed saw action on 11 special teams plays for the Rams.

Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 19-of-30 for 278 yards and two touchdowns for Los Angeles. He is fifth in the NFL with five touchdown passes and seventh with 599 passing yards.

Rodrigo Blankenship, PK: Blankenship hit field goals of 48, 46, and 35 yards as well as one extra point for the Colts. He stands eighth in the NFL with four field goals.

Ravens 36, Chiefs 35

Ben Cleveland, OL: Cleveland saw his first NFL action with 32 snaps at guard, helping the Ravens accumulate 481 net yards.

Justin Houston, OLB: Houston had two tackles, including one for loss, and a quarterback hurry for Baltimore.

Nick Moore, LS: Moore snapped on three extra points, two punts, and one field goal for the Ravens.

Deandre Baker, DB: Baker was on the Chiefs’ inactive list.

Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman hauled in five passes for 55 yards and returned a punt 13 yards for Kansas City.

Bills 35, Dolphins 0

Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie had two punt returns for 33 yards and he caught a 1-yard pass for the Bills. He is third in the NFL with 143 kickoff return yards and seventh with 34 punt return yards.

John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins notched one tackle for Miami.

Solomon Kindley, OL: Kindley saw action on 67 snaps at guard and helped the Dolphins accumulate 216 net yards.

Browns 31, Texans 21

Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb had 11 carries for 95 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown, and he caught a 3-yard pass for Cleveland. He leads the NFL with three rushing touchdowns and is fifth in rushing yards (178).

Richard LeCounte, DB: LeCounte was on the Browns’ inactive list.

Chris Conley, WR: Conley caught a 13-yard pass for Houston.

Jordan Jenkins, DE: Jenkins had one tackle for the Texans.

Packers 35, Lions 17

Eric Stokes, DB: Stokes defended two passes and made one tackle for Green Bay.

D’Andre Swift, RB: Swift had four catches for 41 yards and rushed eight times for 37 yards for Detroit.

Cardinals 34, Vikings 33

A.J. Green, WR: Green hauled in three passes for 44 yards, including a 9-yard touchdown, for Arizona.

49ers 17, Eagles 11

Charlie Woerner, TE: Woerner appeared on 15 special teams plays and nine offensive plays for San Francisco.

Titans 33, Seahawks 30 (OT)

Ben Jones, OL: Jones played all 88 snaps at center and helped the Titans roll up 532 net yards.

Monty Rice, ILB: Rice logged six special teams plays for Tennessee.

Patriots 25, Jets 6

David Andrews, OL: Andrews played all 58 snaps at center and helped the Patriots roll up 260 net yards.

Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn logged all 58 snaps at tackle as New England posted 260 net yards.

Broncos 23, Jaguars 13

Tyson Campbell, DB: Campbell had three tackles and defended a pass for the Jaguars.

Buccaneers 48, Falcons 25

Cameron Nizialek, P: Nizialek had four punts for an average of 39.3 yards for Atlanta. He kicked off four times and held on two extra points and a field goal.

Cowboys 20, Chargers 17

Tre’ McKitty, TE: McKitty was on the Chargers’ inactive list.

Mark Webb, DB: Webb appeared on 13 special teams plays for Los Angeles.

Football Team 30, Giants 29

Lorenzo Carter, OLB: Carter had four tackles and a quarterback hurry for New York.

Tae Crowder, ILB: Crowder registered three tackles for the Giants.

Azeez Ojulari, OLB: Ojulari made his first career start for New York and picked up his second sack in as many games. He is ninth in the NFL with two sacks.

Andrew Thomas, OL: Thomas played all 69 snaps and helped the Giants accumulate 391 net yards.

Practice Squads

Bills: Jake Fromm, QB

Cardinals: Jonathan Ledbetter, DL

Reserve Lists

Broncos: Natrez Patrick, ILB

Chiefs: Malik Herring, DE

Jaguars: Terry Godwin, WR


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Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.