Georgia announces the 2024 GDay spring game date.

The Bulldogs are now focused on when they and the fans will return to Sanford Stadium.

The Georgia Bulldogs are about to begin spring practice, which will culminate in the famous G-Day spring scrimmage. After months of anticipation, Georgia has finally announced when the spring game will take place.

Georgia confirmed Tuesday that the 2024 G-Day game will take place on Saturday, April 13. The kickoff time and TV schedule have not yet been determined.

Given everything else is going on in Georgia athletics, the Bulldogs’ spring game date stands out. April 13 will also be the penultimate round of this year’s Masters Tournament, which is held annually at Augusta National Golf Club.

The spring game date offers us a better idea of what the Bulldogs’ spring practice plan will be this year. Based on previous years’ schedules, Georgia will most likely begin spring practice on Tuesday, March 12, and have its annual Pro Day on Wednesday, March 13. The Bulldogs will practice on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for five weeks before wrapping up at G-Day.

The Bulldogs will once again approach the spring season with great hopes.

The 2023 Georgia Bulldogs dominated the regular season, finishing 12-0 and became the first program in NCAA football to have three consecutive undefeated seasons since Nebraska in 1993-95. The Bulldogs were narrowly defeated 27-24 by then-No. 8 Alabama in the SEC title game, but they rebounded spectacularly in the Orange Bowl, defeating No. 5 Florida State 63-3.

Georgia finished the 2023 season with a 13-1 record, placing third in the Coaches poll and fourth in the AP poll.

Many consider the Bulldogs to be national title favorites in 2024. However, the Bulldogs’ path to victory will not be easy.

Georgia will open the 2024 season with a game against Clemson in Atlanta, the Bulldogs’ second neutral-site matchup in three seasons. The Bulldogs will then visit Tennessee Tech before playing at Kentucky and before their first bye week of 2024.

Following their bye week, the Bulldogs will travel to Tuscaloosa to face Alabama, followed by a home game versus rival Auburn. The next week, Georgia hosts Mississippi State before a historic trip to Texas, when the two teams would meet for the first time as league opponents.

Georgia gets a week off after the game in Austin before heading to Jacksonville for its annual showdown versus Florida. Georgia will then play at Ole Miss before hosting Tennessee in its final conference game of the season. The Bulldogs finish the regular season with non-conference home games against UMass and Georgia Tech.

Georgia’s games against Alabama and Texas place the Bulldogs among only four schools that will face multiple teams from the 2023-24 College Football Playoff, the others being Oklahoma, Vanderbilt, and Michigan.
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