The No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs looks to continue their impressive season when they take on the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, September 30, 2017.
The Bulldogs come in riding high after thumping Mississippi State 31-3 in Athens last weekend. Meanwhile, Tennessee nearly scraped by UMass at home.
Below find all the information you need on the game, including game time, TV information, how to watch online and a preview for the Georgia-Tennessee game.
What time is the Georgia-Tennessee game?
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tenn.,
Odds: Georgia -7.5
What TV channel is Georgia-Tennessee on?
The Georgia game will be on CBS. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson will be on the call for the game
Can I watch Georgia-Tennessee online?
Yes, you can watch the Georgia-Tennessee game on CBS Sports Live.
How can I listen to Georgia-Tennessee on the radio
Fans can click here for radio options for the game.
Georgia-Tennessee: Live updates
1. Is there a Georgia letdown?
Last week was the best Georgia has ever looked under Kirby Smart. The defense dominated, surrendering just 3 points to what many thought would be a dominant Mississippi State offense. But many Georgia fans are weary heading into Knoxville, especially given that the Volunteers have been able to pull out close victories the last two times these two teams have met. Georgia should dominate Tennessee, but if the Bulldogs aren’t 100 percent focused, the Volunteers will make a game of it.
2. How does Nick Chubb play?
Georgia’s star running back has a checkered history with Tennessee. In his stellar career with the Bulldogs, he had just 13 carries for 37 yards, by far his lowest against any SEC East foe. Part of that is due to the fact that he was injured last year when the two teams met and he famously got hurt on the first offensive play of the game the last time these two played in Knoxville.
It would be a pretty sweet moment for Chubb to finally have a big day against the Volunteers given how he has played against just about everybody else.
3. Does a quarterback controversy arise?
Jake Fromm looked very, very good last week. He threw for a touchdown on the game’s opening play and did not throw an incompletion in the first half. He threw the ball only 12 times for the entire game, but still finished with 201 passing yards.
Jacob Eason is getting closer and closer to being back to full health. And should that happen against Tennessee, Smart may have a decision to make as to who will quarterback the Bulldogs. With the raucous Neyland Stadium crowd, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Fromm struggle and Eason, if healthy, to potentially get back onto the field.