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Georgia Football's Kirby Smart comments on tough 2024 schedule

Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart comments on the Bulldogs' tough 2024 college football schedule.

Georgia's football program is once again preparing for another national title run next season. Many media experts consider the Bulldogs to be favorites to win the championship this season, but they will have to maneuver through a tough schedule.

Head coach Kirby Smart was on the Paul Finebaum Show on Monday to discuss the upcoming season. When asked about Georgia's game plan for this year, the head coach didn't sugarcoat anything. Smart knows what lies ahead because his program is not an easy task.

“We’re going to be the favorite in some people’s eyes,” Smart said. “Some people will notice that there is something wrong with us. We have a really tough schedule. We play on the road against three top 15 teams in our conference, which is tough.”

The away games Smart is referring to are Alabama, Texas and Ole Miss. While the Crimson Tide may no longer have Nick Saban, traveling to Tuscaloosa is always a difficult task. The Longhorns are coming off a near national title run with the return of Quinn Ewers, and Ole Miss appears to be on the upward trajectory of being a contender this year after attacking the portal this offseason.

Smart mentioned that he knows they have a good football team that has only gotten better with additions from the transfer portal and the 2024 recruiting class. Georgia also returns keynote starters Carson Beck, Malaki Starks and Mykel Williams.

Georgia narrowly missed out on a spot in the College Football Playoff last season after being knocked out of contention by a loss to Alabama in the SEC championship game. However, with the expanded playoffs being implemented this season, it's safe to assume the Bulldogs will never have to do that. I'm worried that could happen again under Coach Smart.

Georgia Bulldogs 2024 football schedule

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