The #1 Georgia soccer team takes on Kentucky in a week 12 college football game. Below you will find the game time, TV channel, odds and the ability to watch the game online.
Georgia comes into play with a 45-19 win over Mississippi State while Kentucky lost at home to Vanderbilt.
Georgia Football Kentucky Game Time
The Georgia Football-Kentucky game begins at 3:37 p.m. ET.
Georgia Football-Kentucky TV Channel for the week 12 game
The Georgia Football vs. Kentucky game can be seen on CBS. Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson and Jenny Dell will broadcast the game
How to watch Georgia-Football-Kentucky game online
The Georgia Football-Kentucky game is available to stream via CBSSports. You can see the game by clicking here.
Georgia Football Kentucky odds, week 12 game point spread
Georgia Football is a 22.5 point favorite against Kentucky. Georgia is 6-4 against the spread this season. The over/under for this game is 49
What Georgia Soccer Coach Kirby Smart Said About Kentucky For The Week 12 Game
To prepare the team for the Kentucky offense:“Well, you have to adapt on defense. You adapt or you die. So you have no choice but to adapt – it’s what you have to do. It was good. They enjoy it more when we show clips of the 49ers and NFL teams. This intrigues players a lot more when playing against an NFL-style offense. It motivates them a bit more because they know a lot of teams are watching these tapes. Since their coordinator is from the NFL, it’s more like the type of style they’ll be playing against at the next level. So that part excites her.”
On the team’s approach to Kentucky after losing to Vanderbilt last weekend:“They had a good approach. I think there’s a major league respect for Kentucky in our program because the kids playing Kentucky was a bloodbath, man. Last year’s game was so physical, so hard, robust and they run a lot of physical runs, we like to run a lot of physical runs and you end up just crashing into each other. When you get out of the game, you’re really sore. So that was like 14 to three or whatever the game was maybe up there in 2020. Man we had guys dropping like flies it was just very physical. So our guys respect Kentucky, I respect Coach Stoops and what they did last week has no bearing on what they’re going to do this week.
On Kentucky running back Chris Rodriguez and what makes him so good: “His willingness and love for contact. He seeks and appreciates contact. And it’s that time of year when you watch defenses across the country and people refuse to touch. They reject hits. We make a point of showing our guys that tackling gets worse and worse as the year goes on. Are we going to be bitten by this contagious flaw of unwillingness to hit and attack people, especially a guy who loves it? I mean he’s looking for it. he wants to hit you
One of the fittest runners I’ve ever seen, and it seems like Kentucky always has that guy. Sniffles. Benny was like that. They’re simple, it almost adds to their personality. And you watch and you think, well, how did he survive this duel? And you don’t really know because he just keeps going when people hit him. Big challenge. A big challenge to be physically with this guy and to live up to his love of connection.”
Georgia Football Injury Report for Kentucky for the 12th week game
- Andrew Paul (knee, out)
- CJ Washington (neck, out)
- Dan Jackson (foot, out)
- Earnest Greene (back, out)
- Drew Bobo (labrum, out)
- CJ Smith (ankle, doubtful_
- Nolan Smith (pec, out)
- Darris Smith (concussion, doubtful)
- AD Mitchell (ankle, questionable)
- Javon Bullard (knee, questionable)
- Amarius Mims (knee, probably)
- Xavier Truss (toe, probably)
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