Georgia Bulldogs vs. Louisville Cardinals: Start Time, TV Channel, Live Stream and More


The Georgia Bulldogs are back on the national stage from a football perspective, as they face off with the Louisville Cardinals in the Belk Bowl on Tuesday evening. In our full preview from earlier in the week, we examined this battle in more detail, but this is a game of adjustments on both sides of the field. The Bulldogs are operating without Mike Bobo at the helm of the offense for the first time, while both teams are battling player absences (Michael Dyer for Louisville and Leonard Floyd for Georgia) and old-school bad blood is also in the mix with former UGA defensive coordinator Todd Grantham prominently involved in the proceedings.

At this point, the majority of odds-makers (both in Las Vegas and off-shore) have anointed Mark Richt and the Bulldogs as a 7-point favorite, but there is always the possibility of a late shift in the line given the added attention on this particular ball game. It shouldn’t be a surprise to see that Georgia is getting the buzz of a “favorite” given their extremely high talent level, but coming off a disappointing end to the season, the Dawgs are under the microscope a bit, especially on the offensive side of the ball. All in all, this should be a highly entertaining match-up, but Mark Richt’s program could certainly use the boost that usually accompanies a dominant performance in a bowl game surrounding the New Year’s holiday.

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: December 30, 2014

Kickoff Time: 6:30 PM ET

TV Channel: ESPN

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

Live Stream: Watch ESPN (Click here)