No. 1 Georgia (9-0) faces Tennessee (5-4) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee. The game will be televised by CBS.
The Bulldogs enter with an undefeated 9-0 record, tied for their best start in six seasons under coach Kirby Smart. Georgia has arguably the best defense in the nation, allowing an FBS-best 6.6 points per game and 231.8 yards per contest, which ranks only second to Wisconsin.
Georgia is seeking its second College Football Playoff berth under Smart, who led the team to the national championship game in 2018, a 35-28 loss to Alabama.
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The Bulldogs are the only undefeated team remaining of the top four squads in the College Football Playoff rankings (No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 Oregon and No. 4 Ohio State) and conceivably have their biggest challenge remaining in a potential matchup against the Crimson Tide on Dec. 4 in the SEC Championship Game.
However, Georgia will face its toughest defensive challenge to date against the Volunteers, who lead the SEC in yards per play (7.2) in conference games. Tennessee is led by senior quarterback Hendon Hooker, who has thrown for 21 touchdowns against just two interceptions.
Tennessee is coming off a 45-42 win at No. 18 Kentucky, in which it averaged a whopping 9.8 yards per play. Hooker threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns while completing 15-of-20 passes and also rushed for 41 yards on 11 carries.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game.
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What channel is Georgia vs. Tennessee on today?
- TV channel: CBS
- Live stream: CBS Live TV Stream, Paramount+, fuboTV
Saturday’s game between Georgia and Tennessee will broadcast nationally on CBS. Play-by-play analyst Brad Nessler will call the game along with analyst Gary Danielson. You can stream the game live on CBS Live TV, Paramount+ and fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
Georgia vs. Tennessee start time
- Date: Saturday, Nov. 13
- Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Georgia and Tennessee will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn.
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Georgia schedule 2021
|vs. Clemson (Charlotte)||Sept. 4||Georgia 10, Clemson 3|
|vs. UAB||Sept. 11||Georgia 56, UAB 7|
|vs. South Carolina||Sept. 18||Georgia 40, South Carolina 13|
|at Vanderbilt||Sept. 25||Georgia 62, Vanderbilt 0|
|vs. Arkansas||Oct. 2||Georgia 37, Arkansas 0|
|at Auburn||Oct. 9||Georgia 34, Auburn 10|
|vs. Kentucky||Oct. 16||Georgia 30, Kentucky 13|
|at Florida||Oct. 30||Georgia 34, Florida 7|
|vs. Missouri||Nov. 6||Georgia 43, Missouri 6|
|at Tennessee||Nov. 13||TBD|
|vs. Charleston Southern||Nov. 20||TBD|
|at Georgia Tech||Nov. 27||TBD|
Tennessee schedule 2021
|vs. Bowling Green||Sept. 2||Tennessee 38, Bowling Green 6|
|vs. Pittsburgh||Sept. 11||Pittsburgh 41, Tennessee 34|
|vs. Tennessee Tech||Sept. 18||Tennessee 56, Tennessee Tech 0|
|at Florida||Sept. 25||Florida 38, Tennessee 14|
|at Missouri||Oct. 2||Tennessee 62, Missouri 24|
|vs. South Carolina||Oct. 9||Tennessee 45, South Carolina 20|
|vs. Ole Miss||Oct. 16||Ole Miss 31, Tennessee 26|
|at Alabama||Oct. 23||Alabama 52, Tennessee 24|
|at Kentucky||Nov. 6||Tennessee 45, Kentucky 42|
|vs. Georgia||Nov. 13||TBD|
|vs. South Alabama||Nov. 20||TBD|
|vs. Vanderbilt||Nov. 27||TBD|
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