Tennessee vs. Georgia: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Tennessee and Georgia renew their SEC rivalry in Athens on Saturday. The Volunteers (2-1) are coming off a bye but fell to Oklahoma 34-10 in their last game. The Bulldogs (2-1) beat Troy 66-0 their last time out. Georgia has defeated Tennessee in the teams' last four meetings, cutting the Volunteers' lead in the series to 21-20-2.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN
Week 4: Georgia 66, Troy 0
Backup running back Sony Michel ran the ball 10 times for 155 yards and three touchdowns. Freshman tight end Jeb Blazevich made his first career start. Safety J.J. Green was ejected for targeting on the third play of the game, and fellow safety Quincy Mauger was forced to leave the game with a stinger.
Week 3: South Carolina 38, Georgia 35
Kicker Marshall Morgan set an SEC record with his 20th straight successful field goal in the second quarter, but he missed a potential game-tying kick with 4:24 left in the fourth quarter. The game was delayed for about 90 minutes due to lightning and severe weather. Junior running back Todd Gurley had 20 carries for 131 yards and a touchdown.
Week 1: Georgia 45, Clemson 21
Gurley set a program record with 293 all-purpose yards, including 198 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries. The Bulldogs held Clemson scoreless in the second half. In his first game since taking over starting duties full-time, quarterback Hutson Mason went 18-for-26 for 131 yards.
Week 3: Oklahoma 34, Tennessee 10
Senior quarterback Justin Worley completed just 21 of 44 passes for 201 yards, threw two interceptions, lost a fumble and was sacked five times. The Volunteers rushed for minus-11 yards in the first half before finishing with 112. Tennessee recovered a fumbled punt in the third quarter.
Week 2: Tennessee 34, Arkansas State 19
Worley had three total touchdowns, and the Volunteers scored 17 straight points after going down 6-0. Tennessee went 9-of-18 on third-down conversions.
Week 1: Tennessee 38, Utah State 7
The Volunteer defense forced three turnovers and the offense did not have a giveaway. Worley completed his first 13 pass attempts in the second half en route to a 273-yard, three-touchdown performance. After struggling against mobile quarterbacks last season, Tennessee held Utah State quarterback Chuckie Keeton to just 12 rushing yards on eight carries.
- Ben Estes