(Updated Nov. 5)
Here’s a reminder about Saturday’s game:
Georgia’s game against Idaho State -– the one UGA game this season that isn’t part of the SEC television contracts — will be televised on Channel 2 WSB-TV.
Kickoff will be 12:30 p.m. in Sanford Stadium.
The SEC television contracts with CBS and ESPN allow each school to produce one game per season outside those contracts. Typically that one game is shown on pay-per-view, but Georgia opted to put this year’s on free TV, athletic director Greg McGarity said.
“This free-of-charge broadcast is a way to give back to our fans throughout the state,” McGarity said in September. “We believe making the game available on WSB-TV and its coverage area is a way to show our appreciation to Bulldogs around our state.”
The game will be available in the 53-county Atlanta TV market, as well as on cable systems in Albany, Macon, Savannah, Columbus, Chattanooga, Greenville and Tallahassee, according to UGA. The telecast also will be available on both DirecTV and DISH to subscribers who receive Channel 2 WSB-TV.
UPDATE: Bob Neal will call the play-by-play on the telecast, with analysis from Darryl Jones and sideline reporting from Zach Klein.