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How to Watch: UGA Football vs. Auburn Tigers

September 24, 2023

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ATHENS - Dawg Post fills you in on how to tune in as Kirby Smart and No. 1 UGA Football gets ready to play in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry at Auburn on Saturday. 


3:30 EST 


Saturday, September 30, 2023


Jordan-Hare Stadium- Auburn, AL


According to The Googles: The game is expected to be in the lower 80s. At kickoff it is expected to be near 81 degrees. It is expected to be mostly sunny with a not much chance of rain.


The Georgia Bulldogs are 18.5-point favorites to beat Auburn according to FanDuel.




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Athens: 106.1 FM

Athens: 960 AM

Atlanta: 750 AM

Atlanta: 95.5 FM







Notes from UGA Football’s win over UAB:

*Offensive Highlights: In tonight’s 49-21 win, Georgia tallied a season-high 581 yards of total offense on 76 plays. In the first half, the Bulldogs gained 322 yards on 40 plays in building a 28-14 lead. 

Georgia scored a TD on its first possession of a game for the first time this season. The Bulldogs went 75 yards on six plays in 2:51 for a 7-0 lead. The drive was capped by a 12-yard pass from Carson Beck to Arian Smith. After UAB tied the game at 7, Georgia responded with a 72-yard TD drive on nine plays in 4:04 for a 14-7 edge. Also, Georgia went 92 yards on seven plays in 2:32 to build a 21-7 lead. This TD drive featured a 41-yard TD catch by junior Brock Bowers who finished with a team-leading 120 yards on nine catches and a pair of TDs.   

In three quarters of play, junior QB Carson Beck went 22-for-32 for a career-high 337 yards and career-high 3 TDs plus he had a one-yard TD plunge. Then, QBs Brock Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton saw action in the final quarter.

Senior WR Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint had a career-high 94 receiving yards on three catches including a career-long 50-yarder.

The Bulldogs ran for 188 yards on 36 carries with four TDs. Senior RB Daijun Edwards had a team-high 66 yards on 12 carries with two TDs. Senior Sevaugh Clark notched his first career rushing TD as it covered seven yards. 

*Bowers Moving Up In the Bulldog Record Book: Junior TE Brock Bowers had a team-high nine catches for 120 yards including a 41-yard TD and a 10-yard TD. Tonight marked his eighth career game of at least 100 yards receiving and seventh time with 2 TDs in a game. 

He has 22 career TD catches which is third in school history. Bowers went over the 2,000 yards receiving career mark in the second quarter. He is one of only 10 Bulldogs to have at least 2K career receiving yards and currently has 2,079, which ranks ninth. 

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