The Georgia Bulldogs and Missouri Tigers meet in one of the biggest college football games of the season on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Find game time, TV channel and how to watch online information below.
Georgia returns home after playing its last two games on the road. The Bulldogs come on in as the No. 4 ranked team in the country. Missouri is coming off a road loss to Kentucky.
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-Missouri game.
What time is the Georgia-Missouri football game?
Time: The Georgia-Missouri game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: The Georgia-Missouri game is set to be played in Sanford Stadium, in Athens, Ga.
Odds: Georgia is a -30.5 favorite over Missouri.
What TV channel is Georgia-Missouri football on?
The Georgia-Missouri game will kickoff on SEC Network at 7:30 pm ET. The game will follow the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt game.
Can I watch Georgia-Missouri football online?
Yes, you can watch the Georgia-Missouri game on WatchESPN.
How can I listen to Georgia-Missouri football on the radio?
Fans can click here for radio options for the Georgia-Missouri game.
What channel is the SEC Network on for the Georgia-Missouri game?
To find the SEC Network for the Georgia-Missouri game, click here.
Georgia football-Missouri football: Live updates
Georgia football-Missouri football preview
1. Is this another close game between these two teams?
The last time these two teams met, Jacob Eason connected with Isaiah McKenzie on a final minute touchdown drive to knock off Barry Odom and Missouri 28-27. The last time these two teams met in Athens, when each side was coached by Mark Richt and Gary Pinkel, Georgia came away with an ugly 9-6 victory. These two have grown accustomed to playing each other tight. Will that change given how Missouri seems stuck in the mud while Georgia has taken off in year 2 under Kirby Smart.
2. How does the Georgia health situation play out?
The Bulldogs have been spectacular this year but injuries are starting to mount. They were without star defensive lineman Trent Thompson last week, and Reggie Carter has been held out as well. Couple that with Natrez Patrick‘s suspension, and the Georgia front 7 is a little thinner than it would like.
“Trent’s recovering,” Smart said, according to Seth Emerson of DawgNation. “He’ll be day-to-day, and week-to-week. We haven’t ruled him out for this game. We hope to have him back. He’s moving around.”
And the Bulldogs will need all hands on deck in this coming weeks as they take on Florida in Jacksonville, host South Carolina and then visit Auburn on Nov. 12. It’s a key stretch of games that will decide how high the Bulldogs climb this season.
3. How does the quarterback situation play out?
Last week, some thought we’d see quarterback Jake Fromm and Jacob Eason split time. That wasn’t the case, as Fromm took all over the meaningful reps against Vanderbilt, and once again looked pretty good in doing so. Missouri has been one of the worst teams in the league, so if there were ever and opponent where Eason would see meaningful playing time, it would come against the Tigers.
“You guys want to make a great story out of that,” Smart said after the Vanderbilt game. “You know what the story ought to be? Georgia’s O-line finishes Vanderbilt off. Can we talk about that? But I know y’all need a story. You need controversy, and that’s not where this team’s going because the men in that locker room, they’re controlling that message. Both those quarterbacks are good players.
The Bulldogs and Tigers officially kickoff against each other at 7:30 pm ET on Saturday. The game will air on the SEC Network.