Georgia’s Nov. 16 game at the Auburn Tigers will be televised by CBS at 3:30 p.m. ET, the SEC announced today.
This will be Georgia’s fifth appearance on CBS this season. The Bulldogs previously faced LSU, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Florida on CBS and went 3-1, losing only to the Commodores.
UGA has also appeared on ABC (1), ESPN (2), and SEC TV (1). The Nov. 9 game vs. Appalachian State will be televised by WSB-TV Channel 2 (Atlanta).
The Georgia-Auburn series, dubbed The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, is all square at 54-54-8. The Bulldogs have won two in a row over the Tigers and have taken six of the last seven meetings.
Georgia will be playing their second consecutive season at Auburn for the first time ever. This was reportedly done to balance the format of the future SEC scheduling format.
Below is the complete TV schedule for the SEC for the week of Nov. 16:
|ESPNU||12 p.m. ET||Troy at Ole Miss|
|SEC TV||12:21 p.m. ET||Kentucky at Vanderbilt|
|CBS||3:30 p.m. ET||Georgia at Auburn|
|ESPN2||7:00 p.m. ET||Florida at South Carolina|
|ESPN||7:45 p.m. ET||Alabama at Mississippi State|
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