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Post Finding the game should be a little easier this week

Wednesday September 3, 2008

The game is still being televised on Fox Sports South at 3:30, and that’s good enough for most of us. It’s on most cable and satellite systems.

If you live outside of Georgia (or the South), you still might get Fox Sports South. My digital cable has – way up in the 200s – several Fox Sports regional channels from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Double-check your channels before going the pay-per-view GamePlan route.

Even if you don’t get Fox Sports South, you can watch the game. It will be on ESPN360 if your cable company provides that Internet service, and the game is also available through the pay-per-view ESPN GamePlan package.

The game is just one of six Georgia-related programs on Fox Sports South on Saturday. Beginning at noon, the next seven hours will be dedicated to Georgia football:

  • 12:00p – College Flash Classics – 1998 Football: Georgia vs. Kentucky
  • 1:00p – Georgia College Football Preview ’08
  • 1:30p – Mark Richt
  • 2:00p – At Home With Mark Richt
  • 2:30p – Dawg Day Saturday Pregame Show
  • 3:30p – College Football – Central Michigan at Georgia

One Response to 'Finding the game should be a little easier this week'

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  • Sounds good to me.
    1)I’m not going to the game anyway.
    2)Not a big enough game for a large gathering of friends and family…sooooh

    3)Sounds like home tailgate food for lunch and an entire afternoon of being a lazy bum and lounging in the recliner.
    It’s Georgia Football…there are definitely worse ways to spend an early September afternoon.