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OU football: Oklahoma to play Georgia in 2023, 2031

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Anderson dives

Sophomore running back Rodney Anderson dives during the Rose Bowl against Georgia Jan. 1.

Rose Bowl rematch. 

Oklahoma will play Georgia in 2023 and 2031, it was announced Monday morning. 

This comes just weeks after Oklahoma announced future games with Alabama (2032, 2033) and Clemson (2035, 2036). The Sooners recently played Georgia in the College Football Playoff, falling to the Bulldogs 54-48. OU will host Georgia in 2023 and travel to Athens, Georgia, in 2031. 

"We are especially excited about this series because it helps us celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in 2023," Athletics Director Joe Castiglione said. "Greg McGarity and his staff at Georgia helped us navigate an unusual scheduling circumstance and we are grateful for the diligence and patience. We understand the return game date is later than usual, but very much look forward to taking our program to Athens to play in one of the country's great venues.

"As we have said on many occasions, we understand our responsibility to college football fans and tradition to play iconic games. We welcome opportunities such as this one that reinforce our brand and celebrate the historically great programs."

Here's a look at the Sooners' future non-conference schedule:

2019 Houston

2019 at UCLA

2020 Tennessee

2020 at Army

2021 Nebraska

2022 at Nebraska

2023 Georgia

2024 Temple

2024 at Tennessee

2025 Michigan

2025 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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I joined The Daily in the fall of 2016 as a sophomore. I've covered the soccer team, both men's and women's basketball, as well as the football team for the past two years. I have been the sports editor since spring 2018.

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