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9/23/17 - Athens, GA -  Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Terry Godwin (5) runs for Georgia's first TD after catching a Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm (11) pass during a NCAA college football game in Athens, GA.  UGA Bulldogs vs Mississippi State Bulldogs football.   CURTIS COMPTON  / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

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9/23/17 - Athens, GA - Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Terry Godwin (5) runs for Georgia's first TD after catching a Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm (11) pass during a NCAA college football game in Athens, GA. UGA Bulldogs vs Mississippi State Bulldogs football. CURTIS COMPTON / CCOMPTON@AJC.COM

After a 31-3 win over No. 17 Mississippi State on Saturday, No. 7 Georgia will travel to Tennessee for its first away  conference game of the season.

Here are a few notes about the matchup:

Game time: 3:30 p.m. on Saturday

Where: Neyland Stadium in Knoxville

TV: CBS

Last meeting: Georgia and Tennessee's last meeting in 2016 became instantly infamous because of the back-to-back Hail Marys in the final seconds of regulation and Tennessee left Sanford Stadium with a 34-31 win.

What to know:  Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm is expected to start against Tennessee.

Fromm is still starting in place of sophomore quarterback Jacob Eason who is still recovering from a knee injury suffered during Georgia’s season opener at Appalachian State. On Monday, Smart said the team would bring Eason to Knoxville and monitor his recovery for Saturday’s game.

Tennessee is coming off a humiliating performance against UMass at Neyland Stadium on Saturday.

The Vols fumbled, missed a field goal and punted twice before scoring their first touchdown of the game with 4:33 remaining in the first half. The second half wasn’t much better with five of Tennessee's last six possessions ended in punts.

Although Tennessee won 17-13, coach Butch Jones called the type of play exhibited against UMass “flat-out unacceptable.”