How to watch, listen or stream Georgia vs. Kent State

No. 1 Georgia (3-0) returns home to face Kent State (1-2) this Saturday.

Quarterback Stetson Bennett and company look to keep the Bulldogs’ dominant streak going in Week 4.

Here’s a prediction and how to watch, listen and stream the matchup.

Where when?

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Kick off: Saturday, September 24

Weather: 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Location: Athens, Ga.


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TV: SEC Network +/ ESPN +

In the call: Taylor Zarzour (play-by-play), former Georgia offensive tackle Matt Stinchcomb (Color commentator) and Tera Talmadge (sideline).


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Satellite Radio: XM191

Radio Georgia: Athens 960 AM/106.1 FM; Atlanta 750 AM/95.5 FM; Macon 106.3 FM; Augusta 580 AM/95.1 FM; Savannah 1400 AM/104.3 FM; Colon 1460 AM/100.1 FM; Valdosta 105.9 FM; Rome 107.1 FM (IMG Radio-Scott Howard, Eric Zeier, DJ Shockley)


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Live broadcast: SEC+/ ESPN+ network, fuboTV (try it for free)

series history

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The Georgia Bulldogs host the Kent State Golden Flashes in week 4 of college football. The Bulldogs previously hosted Kent State in 1998, which was the only meeting in series history. Georgia defeated Kent State 56-3.

injury report

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DL Jalen Carter – Likely WR Adonai Mitchell – Questionable DB Nyland Green – Questionable WR CJ Smith – Questionable WR Arian Smith – OUT RB Andrew Paul – OUT LB CJ Washington – OUT

matchup predictor

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Georgia has a 99.2% chance of winning, according to ESPN’s matchup predictor via Football Power Index.


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Georgia football has looked like the best team in the country by a mile so far this season.

Last year’s turnover on defense hasn’t stopped the Bulldogs from smothering opposing offenses, while Bennett and the plethora of offensive weapons have feasted, before being pulled in the fourth quarter.

We may see the Dawgs tested at some point this season, but it won’t be against Mid-Atlantic opponent Kent State.

Kent State has had a rocky start to the season, beginning with a trip to No. 6 Oklahoma, a 33-3 loss, and then a trip to No. 18 Washington, a 45-20 loss.

The Golden Flashes secured a 63-10 victory last week against Long Island, but the Bulldogs will be too much this Saturday for Kent State to stand a chance.

Prediction: 42-0, Georgia rolls.

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