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Middle Tennessee State Game Day Thread Photos By Greg Poole/Bulldawg Illustrated

Welcome to Bulldawg Illustrated’s Game Day Thread for the No. 3 Georgia vs. Middle Tenessee State. This is week three for the 2018 football season as the Bulldogs take on the Blue Raiders. We have your game day info, where to watch or listen to the game, college football scores, and a live chat! Tune in here for great insight on Georgia and Middle Tennessee State. 

Game Day Information & Timeline

Match-up: #3 Georgia (2-0) vs. Middle Tennesse State (1-1)
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Location: William Brice Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina
Roster:

Schedule:

Last Season Stats: 

 

GAMEDAY ACTIVITIES:

Pregame Broadcast Begins: 8 AM
Dawg Walk: 9:45 AM
Gates Open: 10:00 AM
Kick Off: 12:01 AM
 


T.V./ Radio Info

TV:

CHANNEL: ESPN NEWS @ 12 PM
LIVE STREAM: GEORGIA DOGS
TV ANNOUNCERS:
Play-by-Play: Beth Mowins
Color Analyst: Anthony Becht
Sideline: Rocky Boiman

RADIO:

BULLDOG NETWORK STATIONS:
WSB AM 750 & WSB FM 95.5 (Atlanta, GA)
WGAU AM 1340 & WNGC FM 106.1 (Athens, GA)
For additional stations: CLICK HERE 
BULLDOG NETWORK RADIO ANNOUNCERS:
Play-by-play: Scott Howard
Color Analyst: Eric Zeier
Sideline: Chuck Dowdle


GEORGIA vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE MATCHUP

This matchup will be the second-ever meeting between Georgia and Middle Tennessee State. The first meeting came in 2003 in Athens when then No. 8 Georgia beat the Blue Raiders 29-10. Georgia averages 43 points a game while Middle Tennessee State averages 34. The Bulldogs are back home to take on the Blue Raiders after stomping South Carolina in their first road test. The victory in Columbia marked the most points Georgia has ever scored there. Middle Tennesse has something you don’t often see in college football, a father as the head coach and the son as the quarterback. Head coach Rick Stockstill is in his 13th season as head coach and his son, Brent, is the starting quarterback. This is one of seven active sons playing for their father who is their head coach. It’s the only head coach/starting QB combo in Division 1-A.
Middle Tennessee averages 102 yards on the ground while averaging 287 in the air. Expect them to air it out and attempt to score points. Despite only scoring seven in its loss to Vanderbilt, the Blue Raiders put up 61 points on Tennessee-Martin. Georgia, on the other hand, has a pretty balanced offense. It averages 277.5 yards on the ground and 213 in the air. The Bulldogs average about 490.5 total yards a game while the Blue Raiders average 389.
 

Game Day Preview: CLICK HERE 


Scores Around the Country

ESPN SCOREBOARD


 

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Savannah Leigh is a recent graduate of the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. She is an avid SEC, Dawgs, and college football fan. She also adores her three-year-old black lab, Champ Bailey.