On Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats. The game will be televised by CSS at 7:30 p.m. ET.
CSS (Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast) is a regional sports network that is only available to cable subscribers. The network serves 10 million customers across 13 states.
CSS has an online Channel Finder where you can enter your zip code. If no results are returned, CSS may not be available in your area.
If you have Dish Network or DirecTV, your only option is to order the ESPN GamePlan for one Saturday ($24). Per the ESPN website, the game will not be blacked out.
There is one long shot option for Dish Network customers within 75 miles of Baton Rouge or New Orleans. Online guides are listing the Georgia-Kentucky game on Channel 421, which is Cox Sports Television New Orleans. This channel is only available in the Dish Multi-Sport Package. The package is $7.00 per month and you can cancel it anytime, although a small fee likely applies.
For online viewing of the game, ESPN3.com is the first option. It will not be blacked out.
There are also three other online sites for viewing the game:
Update (10/20/10 – 4:00 p.m.) – Article updated to include new information.