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The Georgia football G-Day scrimmage draws tens of thousands annually.

Georgia football G-Day Game 2019: Time, TV channel, radio information

ATHENS — Georgia football will hold it’s annual G-Day Game, a spring intrasquad scrimmage.

The Bulldogs are coming off an SEC East Division title and an 11-3 season.

Georgia is among the favorites to win the national championship in 2019 with third-year quarterback Jake Fromm returning, along with a 1,000-yard rusher in D’Andre Swift.

The Bulldogs also feature an offensive line that’s challenging to rank among the best in the nation, and perhaps recent modern era football history.

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Georgia has 14 early enrollees. Many of those players are competing for prominent roles this spring, including the No. 1 overall recruit in the 2019 class Nolan Smith (OLB), and the No. junior college signee in the class (Jermaine Johnson).

What time is the Georgia G-Day Game?

Time: The Georgia football G-Day Game is scheduled for 2 p.m.

Location: The game is at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga.

Weather forecast: Cloudy with a high of 56

What TV Channel is the G-Day Game on?

The game will be televised by the SEC Network. If there’s a delay due to the softball game, G-Day will air on the SEC Network “Alt” Channel and the WatchESPN App.

Who are the G-Day TV commentators?

The  SEC Network commentators assigned are Maria Taylor, Matt Stinchcomb and Greg McElroy. Tom Hart will handle the play-by-play.

How can I listen to the G-Day Game?

The game will be broadcast on WSB 95.5 FM, 750 AM, WNGC 106.1 FM  along with other Georgia Bulldog Sport Network (IMG) radio affiliates. Scott Howard is on the play-by-play call, Eric Zeier is the color analyst, and Chuck Dowdle is the sideline reporter.

Georgia G-Day Game live updates

For live updates and information on the game via Twitter, follow DawgNation writers:

Chip Towers @ChipTowersDN

Jeff Sentell @JeffSentell

Connor Riley @KConnorRiley

Brandon Adams @DawgNationDaily

Mike Griffith @MikeGriffith32 

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