The 2013 SEC conference live stream and TV schedule action gets underway today, and there is no bigger game on the docket than LSU vs. Georgia. It may be only late September, but the winner of this game will increase their chances of making a run at this year’s BCS National Championship.
According to a Sportsline report on Sept 27, when the No. 6 LSU Tigers square off vs. the No. 9 Georgia Bulldogs in Athens this afternoon Georgia will become the fourth team in the BCS era to play three top 10 teams in the first four games.
Talk about a rough start.
After losing their opener to a tough Clemson squad, Georgia has won two in a row and can possibly move back into the top five of the AP Poll next week if they can beat the No. 6 Tigers. The Bulldogs know is a big game, but they are ready for the challenge.
"We definitely control our own fate," linebacker Jordan Jenkins said. "If we beat LSU ... that would boost us up in the polls. People would favor us more and realize we're still a title-worthy team."
This game is deeper than LSU vs. Georgia, and for LSU starting QB Zach Mettenberger, a win in Athens would be incredible.
Georgia coach Richt gave Mettenberger a scholarship to play with the Bulldogs, but had to dismiss him when the red-shirt freshman was embroiled in legal trouble over his treatment of a woman at a bar not long after 2010 spring practice.
Since then the relations has been a bit rocky to say the least.
That may be something to keep in mind when these two teams hit the field later today. Las Vegas odds makers have Georgia as a 3 point favorite and the over/under number set at 62.
The Bulldogs have to win this game, and I think they will.
QB Aaron Murray knows they still have a shot at the SEC title game and a National Championship if they can take down LSU. Home field rules here.
Here is a look at the game facts:
- Who: LSU vs. Georgia
- What: SEC conference play
- When: Today, Sept. 28 3:30 pm. EST
- Vegas Spread: Georgia -3 Over/Under 62
- TV: CBS National
- Live stream: CBS online
- Pick: Georgia -3