Fans won't have to wait until the SEC title game to see Alabama and Georgia cross paths on the gridiron in 2024, according to ESPN's Chris Low.

Low reported the Crimson Tide will host the Bulldogs in Tuscaloosa, which will be just the fifth time they've played in the regular season over the last 20 years.

Four of the past five meetings came in the conference championship or bowl season, and the exception was in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic capped the attendance at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Only 19,424 fans were on hand to watch the Tide beat the Bulldogs 41-24, with Mac Jones throwing for 417 yards and four touchdowns.

Per Low, each of the conference's 14 member schools are also guaranteed a date with Texas or Oklahoma when the programs join the SEC in 2024. Georgia will be among the Longhorns' opponents, with Alabama drawn against the Sooners.