ATHENS — Georgia will return home in two weeks to play under the lights.
Missouri’s visit to Sanford Stadium on Oct. 17 will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and be broadcast on the SEC Network, the conference announced on Monday.
It was already announced that this week’s Georgia visit to Tennessee would be at 3:30 p.m. on CBS. That game has lost a bit of luster after Georgia was drubbed by Alabama and Tennessee fell to 2-3, but CBS’ decision came prior to that.
As far as the SEC East picture, there are two pivotal games this weekend: Georgia (3-1 in the SEC) at Tennessee (0-2), and Florida (3-0) at Missouri (1-1.)
Missouri is 4-1 overall, and is coming off a 24-10 home win over South Carolina. Quarterback Maty Mauk served a suspension in that game and it’s not clear when he will be reinstated.