A game time and TV channel have been announced for the Georgia Bulldogs’s week 4 contest against the Missouri Tigers.
The two teams will play on Sept. 22 in Columbia, Mo. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. kickoff and the game will air on ESPN.
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) September 10, 2018
No. 3 Georgia has gotten off to a 2-0 start this season and has already picked up a road win over a SEC East foe, as the Bulldogs clobbered South Carolina 41-17 this past Saturday. This week Georgia returns to Sanford Stadium to take on Middle Tennessee State
Missouri has also gotten off to a 2-0 start, but the Tigers’s two wins have come against Tennessee-Martin and Wyoming. Missouri goes on the road this week to take on an 0-2 Purdue team.
The Tigers have one of the league’s best quarterbacks in Drew Lock. Last season the Missouri quarterback threw for an SEC-record 44 touchdown passes. When these two teams met in Athens last year, Lock threw for 4 touchdowns on 25 pass attempts. But Georgia was still able to come out with a 53-28 win over Missouri.
The last time these two teams met in Columbia, Mo., Georgia pulled out a 28-27 win on a last-minute touchdown pass from then Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason.
Since Missouri joined the SEC back in 2012, Georgia is 3-0 when the two teams meet in Columbia. Georgia is 5-1 against the Tigers since they joined the conference, with the only loss coming back during the 2013 season.
Georgia’s game against Middle Tennessee State this week is set for a 7:15 p.m. That game will be broadcast on ESPN2.
Georgia-Missouri: Game time announcement for Week 4 game
Time: Noon/ 11 a.m. Central Time
TV Network: ESPN
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