Missouri Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More


The Georgia Bulldogs come into Faurot Field to face the Missouri Tigers on Saturday in what could be the most important SEC East matchup of the season. While the Tigers already have a leg up in the race for the SEC East title, a win over Georgia would put Mizzou firmly in the driver’s seat as they attempt to make another SEC Championship Game appearance.

The Mizzou-Georgia series is 2-1 all-time in Georgia’s favor and 1-1 since the Tigers joined the SEC. Georgia defeated Missouri 14-0 in the Orange Bowl on January 1, 1960. After a 52-year drought between matchups, the Bulldogs rudely welcomed the Tigers into the SEC by defeating them 41-20 on their home turf on September 8, 2012. Last year, however, Mizzou got its revenge, going into Georgia and winning 41-20 on the road, despite an injury to quarterback James Franklin which resulted in current signal-caller Maty Mauk getting his first significant college action.

The Tigers will be looking to keep the 4-1 Bulldogs, who have been ravaged by injuries in recent weeks, from continuing the trend of the road team winning the game in this series. Mizzou’s biggest objective will obviously be limiting the effectiveness of running back Todd Gurley, who arguably has been the best player in college football to this point in the season.

Here’s some important info you’ll need to follow along with the Missouri-Georgia game on Saturday. Be sure to check in with us at archauthority.com, at @ArchAuthority on Twitter, and with the Arch Authority Facebook page for the latest updates.

Where: Faurot Field, Columbia, MO

When: 11:00 AM CT, October 11, 2014

TV Broadcast: CBS

Live Stream: CBSSports.com, CBS App