Georgia-South Carolina: TV, online, radio information

The No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs began the season Saturday with a 45-0 victory against Austin Peay (an FCS school) at Sanford Stadium, in a game shortened by five minutes at the request of the visiting coach.

This weekend’s opponent should provide a much tougher obstacle, and yes, that’s an understatement. 

The Bulldogs are going on the road for their first SEC game – and will face a team that also is ranked. The Gamecocks are at No. 24 in the media and coaches’ polls. 

Here is some important information regarding how to follow the action:

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET

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Date: Saturday, Sept. 8

Location: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, S.C.

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 

Local radio: The game will be broadcast on the Georgia Bulldogs Sports Network, heard in metro Atlanta on WSB (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: The game will be broadcast by ESPN radio. 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 Sirius/XM Channel 94/192.

Here are five other things you may want to know:

» Georgia has won its past three games against South Carolina, one of them in Columbia. 

» Georgia lost four of its previous five against South Carolina before this three-game win streak.

» The Bulldogs lead the series against the Gamecocks 50-18-2, but are 17-11 since a win in 1987.

» The Bulldogs are 18-9-2 at Williams-Brice Stadium, but are 8-6 there since the 1987 season. 

» The Georgia-South Carolina game in 2016 was moved to a Sunday because of Hurricane Matthew. Georgia won 28-14 in Columbia.  

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