2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
12-1, 1st in SEC - East
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Bowl season's biggest storylines (0:58)
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Who will have advantage in CFP semifinals? (2:13)
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Davis finds fulfillment through community service (3:45)
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2dCraig Haubert

Scout's Take: OG Trey Hill to Georgia

Georgia added to an already-stellar 2018 recruiting class on Monday by picking up a commitment from the No. 1 offensive guard in the country.

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Georgia can exploit Oklahoma's weaknesses (0:47)
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2dGerry Hamilton

Top-ranked OG Trey Hill commits to Georgia

Georgia native Trey Hill, the nation's top offensive guard and No. 27-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, decided to stay in his home state for college, committing to the Bulldogs on Monday.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 offensive lineman Trey Hill has committed to Georgia. The No. 27 ranked prospect gives the Dawgs nine ESPN 300 commitments in the 2018 class.

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2dDavid M. Hale

2017 Freshman All-America team

Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Georgia's Jake Fromm took center stage for two playoff contenders. After their performances, they headline the year's best freshmen.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Thanks to the new December Signing Day, the four Playoff coaches worked all day & rolled into CFB Awards last minute. Lincoln Riley told me he ran into Kirby Smart today as they were recruiting some of the same kids.

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UGA's defense or OU's offense: Who has upper hand? (2:42)
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Best bowl matchups: What to watch for (3:49)
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Teams most likely to get a bowl win (3:18)

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith says Tennessee is getting a "high-energy coach who wears his hard hat to work everyday." Smith played for defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt in his first season at Georgia, and Pruitt was one of his lead recruiters. "I think they're getting a great guy," Smith said. "He really cares about his players."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Expect Georgia outside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer to be considered for Jeremy Pruitt's staff at Tennessee. Sherrer also could be in the mix to replace Pruitt at Alabama, and he would have been a strong candidate for Florida State defensive coordinator if Jimbo Fisher had remained at FSU. Sherrer, who served as South Alabama's defensive coordinator in 2013, is ready for a SEC-level coordinator role.

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2017 SEC Football Awards announced (2:30)

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

If Jeremy Pruitt finalizes a deal with Tennessee, the SEC East coaching roster will consist of Florida's Dan Mullen and six former defensive coordinators. Three of them -- Georgia's Kirby Smart, South Carolina's Will Muschamp and Pruitt -- worked under Alabama's Nick Saban.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

If Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt finalizes a deal to become Tennessee's head coach, it will be the third season in a row in which the Tide have dealt with losing a coordinator before playing in the College Football Playoff. Two years ago, defensive coordinator Kirby Smart was named Georgia's new coach and last season offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin was named Florida Atlantic's coach. Kiffen was relieved of his duties only a week before Alabama lost to Clemson 35-31 in the CFP Championship Game.

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Herbstreit predicts exciting, high-scoring CFP showdowns (1:33)

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

The SEC awards have a distinctly Georgia feel to them this year. Kirby Smart, who took the Bulldogs to the playoff in his second season leading the program, takes home SEC Coach of the Year. Georgia LB Roquan Smith and Auburn RB Kerryon Johnson win Defensive and Offensive Player of the Year honors, respectively. And in maybe the easiest call of all, Georgia QB Jake Fromm gets the nod as Freshman of the Year in the conference.

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The plays that shaped the College Football Playoff

On the road to the College Football Playoff, one play can often determine a team's fate. A timely kick return here or a defensive stop there can be the difference between being in the top four and being on the outside looking in.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Miami's Mark Richt has been named the Walter Camp 2017 Coach of the Year, as voted on by the 130 FBS head coaches and SIDs. Richt led the Hurricanes to a 10-2 record and their first ACC Coastal Division title.

Team Stats

Passing Yards170.1111th
Rushing Yards263.511th
Points For34.923rd
Points Against13.24th