Clemson A.D. Confirms Georgia Football Series Starting In 2013

The Clemson Tigers will keep their two-game football series with Georgia, after some doubt caused by the ACC's announcement of a nine-game conference schedule moving forward. A.D. Terry Phillips confirmed the series to the media on Friday:

The ACC announced earlier this year that, pending the addition of Pittsburgh and Syracuse, the league would move to a nine-game schedule. That clouded the reality of the Tigers' future non-conference series against BCS opponents like Georgia and Ole Miss, because Clemson is locked into an agreement to play in-state foe South Carolina every year.

The 2013 SEC schedule has not yet been determined, as the addition of Texas A&M and Missouri to the league caused officials to create an immediate "one time only" 2012 schedule and then revisit their entire scheduling model pending the coming season.

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, head over to Dawg Sports. Clemson Tigers news and info can be found at Shakin The Southland, and find all your college football news and info over at SB Nation's college football page.

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