Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm walks off the field after a Bulldogs victory against Appalachian State, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, in Athens. (AP Photo/John Amis)
Photo: John Amis/AP
Photo: John Amis/AP

Where to watch, listen to UGA at Notre Dame

Georgia freshman quarterback Jake Fromm will make his first start for the Bulldogs when they travel to play Notre Dame on Saturday.

Here are a few quick notes about the game:

Game time: 7:30 p.m.

Where: Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind.

TV/Radio: NBC; News 95.5 & AM-750 WSB

Last meeting: Georgia won 17-10 in 1981

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After starting quarterback Jacob Eason suffered a knee injury against Appalachian State on Saturday, Fromm took his first snaps on the collegiate level when entered the game in the first quarter.

In the Bulldogs’ 31-10 win, Fromm threw 10-for-15 for 143 yards and one touchdown against Appalachian State.

Georgia coach Kirby Smart told media this week Fromm will start on Saturday against No. 24 Notre Dame while Eason recovers from a sprained left knee. 

Fromm’s first start will be challenging not solely because it's his first, but because he'll be playing a Top 25-ranked team on the road.

Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm walks off the field after a Bulldogs victory against Appalachian State, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, in Athens. (AP Photo/John Amis)
Photo: John Amis/AP

Notre Dame (1-0) rushed for 422 yards last week in a 49-16 win over Temple. 

The Fighting Irish had three players including quarterback Brandon Wimbush rush for over 100 yards and four players run in a touchdown on Saturday. 

Wimbush, a junior, threw 17-for-30 for 184 yards, two touchdowns and one interception against Temple. Wimbush did not play in 2016 as he served as the Fighting Irish's third-team quarterback.

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