UCLA football scheduled to play two-game series against Georgia

UCLA is scheduled to play two-game series against Georgia starting in 2025

UCLA announced Wednesday that it will play a two-game football series with Georgia starting in 2025.

The Bruins are scheduled to host to the Southeastern Conference team on Aug. 30, 2025, before heading to Georgia to play Sept. 5, 2026.

The schools haven't played since Georgia won the 1983 season opener at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. The Bulldogs haven't played in California since losing to USC in 1960.

The Bruins already have scheduled a pair of home-and-away games against SEC foes over the next seven seasons. They play Texas A&M in 2016 (away) and 2017 and LSU in 2021 (home) and 2022.

In addition to Georgia, UCLA unveiled future series against Cincinnati and South Alabama. They'll open the 2018 and 2019 seasons against Cincinnati. The Bruins will play South Alabama at the Rose Bowl in 2022.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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