Georgia-LSU: Game time, TV channel announced for week 7 game
The Georgia-LSU game is arguably going to be one of the most important games of the season when the two teams meet on Oct. 13. And now the game has a known kickoff time and TV channel.
The highly anticipated match-up between the No. 2 Bulldogs and the No. 5 Tigers will start at 3:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on CBS. The game can be heard on WSB Radio 95.5 FM/AM 750.
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) October 1, 2018
Through five games, both Georgia and LSU are unbeaten. Georgia has already beaten three SEC East foes and will have the chance to push that number to four on this coming Saturday, when the Bulldogs host Vanderbilt. LSU meanwhile has wins over Miami and Auburn already but faces a tricky road game this week, as the Tigers visit the No. 22 Florida Gators.
The Oct. 13 matchup will be the first time that these two teams have met since 2013, a game that saw the teams combine for 85 points in Sanford Stadium. Thanks to a phenomenal game from Aaron Murray, Georgia was able to come away with a 44-41 victory. The last time these two teams met in Baton Rouge, La., came all the way back in 2008. That game also produced a Bulldogs victory, as Matthew Stafford led Georgia to a 52-38 win over the Tigers.
Georgia’s game this week against Vanderbilt is set for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff on SEC Network.
Georgia-LSU game time, TV channel for week 7
Game time: 3:30 p.m.
TV Channel: CBS
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