The internet is a beautiful yet cruel place sometimes.
It allows access to information to nearly anything in seconds that you never would've dreamed about in the past. On the other hand, it allows access to information in nearly seconds, information you may not want people to see.
If that's the case, maybe you should keep it off Twitter.
That's the lesson we can all learn from Georgia football today, as they might have tweeted out their entire 2018 schedule.
Here's the rumored schedule:
9/1 vs. Austin Peay
9/8 at South Carolina
9/15 vs. Middle Tennessee
9/22 at Missouri
9/29 vs. Tennessee
10/6 vs. Vanderbilt
10/13 at LSU
10/27 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
11/3 at Kentucky
11/10 vs. Auburn
11/17 vs. UMass
11/24 vs. Georgia Tech
You think deleting it minutes later will help? Nope, that's not how the internet works, Bulldogs.
Georgia (oops) reveals 2018 football schedule, with USC moving back to traditional early-season game: https://t.co/jWe6NlNczV— David Cloninger (@DCPandC) September 13, 2017
We may be early into the 2017 season, but that doesn't stop people from looking at some of the big match-ups Georgia has a year from now. For the first time in nearly a decade, the Bulldogs will head to Louisiana to take on LSU, in one of the biggest games of the year.
Following their trip to LSU, Georgia has a bye week before taking on the Gators in Jacksonville, and then Kentucky in the bluegrass state. That's a full month in between home games for the Bulldogs before finishing their season with three straight at Sanford Stadium.
Georgia may be 2-0 following a huge win in South Bend, but if you want to look past this currently perfect season, the Bulldogs gave you the tweet to do so.