Georgia will face its second ranked opponent of the season Saturday when it travels to the SEC’s version of Death Valley.
LSU is ranked No. 13 and could represent the first of four consecutive ranked opponents the Bulldogs will face. (The next three on the schedule are current-No. 14 Florida, No. 18 Kentucky and No. 21 Auburn.)
This will be Georgia’s third game of the season in the 3:30 p.m. slot on CBS. After a bye week, The Bulldogs will occupy that spot again Oct. 27 against Florida.
Here is some important information regarding how to follow the action Saturday:
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Date: Saturday, Oct. 13
Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La.
Television: CBS will televise the game. Brad Nessler is handling play-by-play. Gary Danielson is the analyst, and Jamie Erdahl is the sideline reporter.
Streaming: The game is available online on GTV at georgiadogs.com.
Local radio: The game will be broadcast on the Georgia Bulldogs Sports Network, heard in metro Atlanta on WSB radio (750 AM/95.5 FM). Scott Howard is handling play-by-play. Eric Zeier is the analyst, and Chuck Dowdle is the sideline reporter.
National radio: ESPN will broadcast the game. Bill Rosinski is handling play-by-play, David Norrie is the analyst and Ian Fitzsimmons is the sideline reporter.
Satellite radio: You can listen on SiriusXM Radio Channel 103/192.
Here are five other things you may want to know:
» Georgia is 6-0 for the 12th time in school history, a feat the Bulldogs also accomplished last season. This marks the first time that Georgia has begun consecutive seasons by winning its first six games.
» The Bulldogs were 4-4 eight games into coach Kirby Smart’s first season at Georgia in 2016. Since, the Dogs have won 23 of their past 26 games and 19 of their past 21.
» LSU leads the series with Georgia 16-13-1. There hasn’t been a home-field advantage for either school in the series. The record is 5-5-1 in Baton Rouge and 7-7 in Athens.
» Georgia and LSU have met 10 times when each team was ranked in the Top 25,and each team has won five of those games. The first such game took place in 1987, and eight have occurred in the 2000s.
» The teams’ most recent meeting at Tiger Stadium occurred in 2008, a game Georgia won 52-38. Knowshon Moreno rushed for 163 yards and A.J. Green caught three passes for 89 yards and one touchdown.
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