The kickoff time for the Georgia game against Missouri has been announced. The game will begin at 7:30 pm ET in Columbia and will be shown on the SEC Network.
Georgia has won the last 8 meetings between the two schools, beating the Tigers last year 43-6 at Sanford Stadium. It was the Bulldogs largest margin of victory since the series began during the 1959 season. Georgia won that game 14-0 in a game that was played in Miami, Florida in the 1960 Orange Bowl.
The two teams didn’t meet again until 2012. Georgia won 41-20 in Columbia. The Dawgs only loss was 41-26 the following year in Athens. Since then, Georgia has won every game by at least two touchdowns, with the exception of 2015 and 2016.
This week, the Dawgs focus on Kent State. Head Coach Sean Lewis told dawgnation.com about the challenge his team faces on Saturday.
“I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say it’s the greatest collection of talent that has ever been assembled on a football team because of the work that coach Smart, his staff and the tireless, relentless effort that they’ve put in to building a program to an elite, elite level,” Lewis said in his Monday press conference. “It’s a tremendous test, a tremendous opportunity. They’re uber-talented.”
Kickoff is at Noon. You can hear the action on 95.1 FM, AM 580 WGAC, on the WGAC App, and wgac.om.
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