Georgia and Oklahoma scheduled a home-and-home, but there won't be a player on either roster that experiences both games.
In fact, two classes of four-year students will have come and gone between the first game in Norman, Oklahoma in 2023 and the second leg in Athens, Georgia in 2031.
Yes, they scheduled a home-and-home series with games almost a decade a part.
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) May 6, 2019
"Greg McGarity and his staff at Georgia helped us navigate an unusual scheduling circumstance and we are grateful for the diligence and patience," Oklahoma Athletics Director and Vice President Joe Castiglione said in a statement. "We understand the return game date is later than usual, but very much look forward to taking our program to Athens to play in one of the country's great venues."
Do yourself a favor and don't do the math about how old you or your children (born or unborn) will be when that second game finally takes place.