Time, TV set for Georgia-Missouri game on September 22
Georgia’s game at the Missouri Tigers in Columbia on Saturday, Sept. 22 will be televised by ESPN at Noon ET, the conference has announced.
UGA and Missouri last met in 2017 in Athens. Georgia won that game 53-28 to extend their overall lead in the series to 6-1.
This will be Georgia’s second appearance on ESPN this season. The Bulldogs played Austin Peay on ESPN to open the season. UGA faces Middle Tennessee this weekend on ESPN2.
Kickoff and television for the Georgia-Florida game in Jacksonville is already set for 3:30pm ET on CBS.
Georgia’s remaining kickoff times will be announced 6-12 days prior to the date of the game.
SEC Schedule – Week 4 (Sept. 22)
Georgia at Missouri – Noon, ESPN
Kent State at Ole Miss – Noon, SECN
Texas A&M at Alabama – 3:30pm, CBS
South Carolina at Vanderbilt – 4pm, SECN
Louisiana Tech at LSU – 7pm, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Mississippi State at Kentucky – 7pm, ESPN/2/U TBA
Arkansas at Auburn – 7 or 7:30pm, ESPN/2/SECN TBA
Florida at Tennessee – 7 or 7:30pm, ESPN/2/SECN TBA