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Monday, September 27, 2010

Tennessee game time set

The SEC announced Monday that Georgia's Oct. 9 home game against Tennessee will be at 12:21 p.m., and televised on the SEC Network.

It's hard to remember the last time a Georgia-Tennessee matchup was relegated to a non-national broadcast. But such is the state of both teams right now.

EDIT: Just saw that it was on the SEC Network last year too. Well, I guess it's hard to remember TWO STRAIGHT YEARS it wasn't nationally broadcast.

There's actually a good chance that both teams will still be looking for their first SEC win at that point. Georgia definitely will, since its next game is Saturday at Colorado. Tennessee (2-2, 0-1) is at No. 12 LSU on Saturday.

Dave Neal will do play-by-play, Andre Ware will be the color analyst and the sideline reporter will be Cara Capuano (a good person to follow on Twitter, by the way.)

In other SEC news, Georgia was at least spared this week being the defense against which the offensive player of the week did his damage. Auburn's Cameron Newton got the award this week.

Quarterback Aaron Murray was, for the second straight week, the only Georgia player to be listed under the SEC's "other outstanding performances."


LADAWG said...

Better than ESPN 3

BulldogBen said...

Pathetic. Hear that? It's the sound of rooms being canceled all over Athens.

Fan attendance will interesting.

Ed said...

noon kick-offs suck... but when your 1-3 thats what you get

Anonymous said...

If CBS didn't already have a contract to show the UGA/UF game at 3:30 through 2016 it would probably be a Noon kick as well.

Doug said...

I can't help but think this is all David Hale's fault.

Anonymous said...

Tennessee has not had much success so far this year, but they are playing hard and playing with enthusiasm.

Much like Mississippi State.