Georgia Bulldogs at Missouri Tigers: Start Time, TV Channel, Live Stream and More


It has been a wild week in Athens, and the Georgia Bulldogs are in Columbia to take on the Missouri Tigers on Saturday afternoon in a game that will be televised on network television. Obviously, the lead story of the week surrounds the suspension of Heisman Trophy candidate Todd Gurley, and UGA’s star running back did not travel with the team to Saturday’s game. Amid reports that his suspension could continue through the rest of the 2014 season, the rest of the Bulldogs must play a vitally important football game on Saturday, and this is a must-watch for any Georgia supporter.

For the degenerates among us, the Georgia Bulldogs were listed as a 3-point favorite across the board prior to the Gurley suspension, but after the news broke, the line has swerved all over the place to the point where some listings now hold the Tigers as the favorite while playing in their home building. Missouri is a talented bunch (as referenced in our full-length preview from Thursday morning), but even without Todd Gurley, Georgia is set up to succeed behind Nick Chubb and the running game, and this could be the coming out party for the Dawgs in the passing game if everything goes according to plan.

Stay tuned for post-game analysis, including a full recap shortly after the game. Here are the particulars for Saturday’s match-up, including how and when to keep an eye on the broadcast via multiple outlets:

Date: October 11, 2014

Kickoff Time: 12:00 PM ET

TV Channel: CBS

Radio: 750 AM (Atlanta Flagship), Georgia Radio Network (Online, $), Full list of Local Affiliates

Live Stream: CBS SEC Live (Click here)