ATHENS — Wall to wall, front to back, and beginning to end, DawgNation will have Saturday’s Georgia football game covered from every angle.
The No. 9-ranked Bulldogs (6-2) have an early kickoff with Missouri (5-3) at noon (TV: SEC Network), aiming to stay in the New Year’s Six Bowl mix.
The game was originally scheduled for Nov. 14, but it was postponed on account of the Tigers having COVID-related issues.
Here’s a look at how you can stay dialed into Georgia news and insights from two hours before the game and right on into the night after the Bulldogs head back to Athens.
— Get your pregame reads and injury updates leading up to the kickoff from DawgNation’s GameDay staple. Those signed up for the free DawgNation APP can get alerts after every score and major injury throughout game day.
— Georgia beat writer Mike Griffith provides a 10-minute halftime breakdown on what has gone well, and bad, along with what Bulldogs’ fans need to look for and expect in the second half.
— Complete scoring breakdown with drive information and key plays along with injury news and context of today’s game and what the results mean.
— Designated by DawgNation after every victory this season, the most valuable or impressive player of the day gets a special call out along with recognition of how they earned our most prestigious game day recognition!
— Connor Riley provides his quick takes and observations from the 60 minutes of Georgia football, citing stats and breaking out moments that shaped Saturday’s game.
Kirby Smart Video & Analysis
— The Georgia football head coach talks after every game, and Kirby is more transparent than most, making for an entertaining postgame video and a must-read story putting Smart’s words into context.
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Georgia-Missouri Game Week
The Bulldogs hold a 8-1 edge in the series history with Missouri. The first meeting came in the 1960 Orange Bowl in Miami, and the Bulldogs posted a 14-0 victory to cap a 10-1 season under coach Wallace Butts. The Bulldogs have faced the Tigers just nine times because they did not play again until Missouri joined the SEC in 2012. That year, the Tigers played host to Georgia in their first-ever SEC contest.