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How to Watch: No. 1 UGA Football vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

November 19, 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 for a home game at  on Saturday at Tennessee. 

Time:

7:30 EST 

Date: 

Saturday, November 25, 2023

Location:

Mark Richt Field - Atlanta, GA

Weather: 

According to The Googles: The game is expected to be in the 50s. At kickoff it is expected to be near 54 degrees. It is expected to be partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain.



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Line:

The Georgia Bulldogs are 23.5-point favorites to beat the Jackets according to FanDuel.

TV:

ABC

Streaming:

ESPN

Radio: 

Athens: 106.1 FM

Athens: 960 AM

Atlanta: 750 AM

Atlanta: 95.5 FM

Twitter:

@footballuga
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Instagram:

@georgiafootball
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TikTok: 

@footballuga
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Notes from UGA Football’s win over the Vols:

 

*Extending The Streaks: With today’s 38-10 win over No. 18 UT, Georgia (11-0, 8-0 SEC) extended its school record for consecutive victories to 28. The winning streak began during the 2021 season (Dec. 31) when the Bulldogs beat #2 Michigan 34-11 in a CFP semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl. This streak now ties the mark for the longest in SEC history (UA won 28 in a row from 1978-80 and 1991-93).

*Georgia extended its school record with its 27th consecutive regular season SEC victory dating to a 31-24 win over Miss. State on Nov. 21, 2020. This streak now ties as the longest in SEC history (UA did it from 1976-80). 

*Georgia became the first team in SEC history to go 8-0 in league play three straight seasons since it went to divisions and an eight-game slate in 1992.

*The Bulldogs extended their school record for consecutive regular season wins to 38 which leads all of FBS. This streak began during the 2020 season with a 31-24 win over Miss. State. on Nov. 21. Also, Georgia is now 7-2 when ESPN College GameDay Show in on campus.

*The Bulldogs are now 44-1 in their last 45 games including 14 straight wins in an opponent’s stadium. UT had won 14 in a row at home.

*Georgia improves to 11-0 for the third straight year as the Bulldogs under Kirby Smart are 92-15 overall. With the latest victory over UT, Georgia now holds a 28-23-2 edge in the series history including 7-1 in the Smart era.

 

 
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