Tennessee-Georgia game to be aired by CBS at 3:30 p.m.

Game will kick off at 3:30 p.m.

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Tennessee defensive back Cameron Sutton, right, breaks up a pass in the end zone intended for South Alabama wide receiver Danny Woodson II on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

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MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL Tennessee defensive back Cameron Sutton, right, breaks up a pass in the end zone intended for South Alabama wide receiver Danny Woodson II on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Tennessee's game against No. 6 Georgia on Saturday at Neyland Stadium will kick off at 3:30 p.m. and be televised by CBS, the network announced on Sunday.

CBS had exercised a six-day hold on the game last week giving the network until Sunday to select which game it would televise.

The Vols (3-2, 0-1 SEC) beat South Alabama 31-24 on Saturday, while Georgia (3-1, 2-0) beat LSU.

The other televised SEC games on Saturday are: Ole Miss at Auburn, ESPNU; Arkansas at Florida, ESPN2; and LSU at Mississippi State, ESPN.

Evan Woodbery covers Tennessee football. Follow him on Twitter.

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Comments » 10

maciste54 writes:

I just hope it won't be as ugly as I think it will be.

wilk58 writes:

I can hear Verne and Gary. Not again!

RoadTrip writes:

Great. Another embarrassing loss on national TV with two announcers that make fun of us every time they do our game.

BigOrangeFreak writes:

So we have gone back to public hangings in the town square.

psychovol2 writes:

Yes and Dish Network is threatening to suspend airing of CBS over a rate war starting after tomorrow.

gc_scvol writes:

Why don't we just give up and cancel the rest of the season. You people really should do something else. Real fans don't give up six days before a game.

johnlg00 writes:

I seriously doubt the score of this game will be close, but the Vols can still give a good account of themselves if everybody comes to play and they don't make a lot of silly mistakes. From what I have seen, Murray is one of the great QBs in the game today. However, he is without a couple of his major weapons for the game against the Vols. His leading WR was lost for the season during a TD celebration--anybody still think showboating is a victimless crime?--and RB Gurley may be out or hobbled as well. I would give the Dawgs the manpower advantage virtually across the board, but the discrepancy may not be as great as it would have been in August. If the Vols can win the turnover battle and not give up too many big plays, the result might be closer than most think right now. Oh sure, a victory would be a huge long shot, but the Dawgs have a history of not always rising to the occasion against the Vols. If the Vols can put their recent failures behind them and look at what they can yet accomplish this season, I sorta like their chances.

gobigorange5090 writes:

Is there any way we can silence the analyst? He wont shut up!

gobigorange5090 writes:

in response to wilk58:

I can hear Verne and Gary. Not again!

I like Verne but wish Gary would shut up. He goes on and on and on.

gobigorange5090 writes:

in response to RoadTrip:

Great. Another embarrassing loss on national TV with two announcers that make fun of us every time they do our game.

Dont watch!

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