Georgia football-Auburn game time, TV Network announced for Week 12 game
The Georgia Bulldogs’ next road game might be its biggest game of the season, as the No. 6 Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1) travel to visit the No. 12 Auburn Tigers (7-2, 4-2) on Nov. 16.
And that game now has a game time and television network. The game between Georgia and Auburn is set for a 3:30 p.m. kickoff. CBS will broadcast the game.
Auburn has a bye week after beating Ole Miss 20-14 this past weekend. Georgia is coming off a 24-17 win over No. 10 Florida. The Bulldogs take on Missouri this week, who is also coming off a bye week.
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Even after the massive win over Florida, Georgia coach Kirby Smart quickly turned his attention to the Missouri Tigers.
“We’ve got to play Missouri next week, and they’ve got a good football team,” Smart said. “The toughest job for us in moving forward is grounding this team and making sure they understand the quality of team we’ve got to come and play next week.”
Georgia and Missouri kick off at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN this Saturday.
Georgia beat Auburn 27-10 in Athens last season. However, the last time the Bulldogs visited Auburn they struggled mightily. Georgia got blown out by the Tigers in 2017, losing 40-17. Georgia did get its revenge in the SEC championship game that year, beating them 28-7 in the rematch.
For all the success Smart has had as a head coach, the one thing he has not done is beat an SEC West team on the road. Smart is 0-3 against SEC West teams, with all three losses coming by 20 points.
Georgia football-Auburn game time, TV Network for Week 12
Game time: 3:30 p.m.
TV Network: CBS
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