It looks like the UGA-Georgia Tech game will escape the heavy rains that are expected later on this weekend in downtown Atlanta.
The forecast for the kickoff of the in-state rivalry at Noon on Saturday is this: Partly cloudy skies with temps between 67 and 70 degrees, per weather.com.
What about the rain? There’s a slight chance. There will be a 0-percent chance at kickoff, with it gradually increasing over the course of the game, peaking at 20-percent chance in the fourth quarter. That’s good news for UGA, because some directly blame rainy weather for contributing heavily to the team’s offensive woes.
Saturday’s game is a big one for UGA, as the Bulldogs must win to make next week’s SEC Championship game a play-in game for a spot in the College Football Playoff. The No. 4-rated Bulldogs will play No. 1 LSU.
DawgNation will have live coverage of the DawgWalk on Saturday morning as part of the “Kroger Kickoff,” followed by the postgame show immediately after the game, aka “Pella Windows Postgame Show.”