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:
Clemson AD Terry Don Phillips just told members of the Media that Clemson and Georgia will play football in'13 and '14— Will Vandervort (@steelerwill) March 30, 2012
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.
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