After Kentucky and Georgia beat Missouri and Florida respectively this week, next Saturday will see the SEC East champ decided at Kroger Field.
With so much on the line, the game is getting a national broadcast on CBS at 3:30 pm EST.
Again, the winner of this game is the 2018 SEC East Champion. Kentucky finally is playing in a game where they can win the division for the first time since divisional realignment in 1992.
You’ll be hard pressed to find many games in the history of Kentucky Football that are more important than Week 10 against the Georgia Bulldogs.
Thanks to a 6-1 start that already includes four SEC wins, Kentucky has a chance to win the SEC East if they beat the Bulldogs this year. Some are already calling this the biggest game in program history, as Kentucky has never won the SEC East since the league split into two divisions.
If Kentucky, currently ranked No. 12 in the AP Poll, can defeat Missouri this week, the Wildcats should crack the top 10 before facing the Bulldogs, who are already sitting at No. 7.
So of course, this game ‘could’ get some special TV treatment. The SEC announced today that the game is still TBD and could end up on ESPN, CBS or the SEC Network at noon, 3:30 or 4 pm EST.
SEC Football Week 10 TV Schedule
- South Carolina Gamecocks at Ole Miss Rebels, Noon ET/11 am CT on SEC Network
- Texas A&M Aggies at Auburn Tigers, Noon ET/11 am CT on ESPN or 4 pm ET/3 pm CT on SEC Network*
- Missouri Tigers at Florida Gators, Noon ET/11 am CT on ESPN or 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT on CBS or 4 pm ET/3 pm CT on SEC Network*
- Georgia Bulldogs at Kentucky Wildcats, Noon ET/11 am CT on ESPN or 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT on CBS or 4 pm ET/3 pm CT on SEC Network*
- UNC-Charlotte at Tennessee Volunteers, 4 pm ET/3 pm CT on SEC Network Alternate
- Louisiana Tech at Mississippi St. Bulldogs , 7:30 pm ET/6:30 pm CT on SEC Network
- Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers, 8 pm ET/7 pm CT on CBS
If Kentucky beats Missouri, the game should be broadcast on CBS at 3:30 pm EST, so all of America will be able to watch the monster matchup.
Here’s a look back at the last time Kentucky defeated Georgia in Lexington back in the 2006 season: