The #1 Georgia soccer team takes on Kent State in a week four college football game. Below is the game time, TV channel and odds for the game, as well as information on how to watch the game online.
This game will only be available via SEC Network+/ESPN+, so it needs to be streamed. The Bulldogs clinched a 48-7 win over the South Carolina Gamecocks last week.
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Georgia Football-Kent State game time for Game of the Week 4
The football game between Georgia and Kent State begins at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday.
How to Watch Georgia-Kent State Football Game Online / Stream Week 4 Game
DawgNation will walk you through how to access the game step by step. Click here to see the Georgia vs Kent State football game link. You will need a subscription to SEC Network through your cable provider or a subscription to ESPN+ to watch the game.
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Georgia Football-Kent State TV Channel for week four game
The football game between Georgia and Kent State will be broadcast on SEC Network+. Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb and Tera Talmadge will dominate the game.
Georgia Football-Kent State odds for game of the week 4
Georgia Football is a 45-point favorite over Kent State. The over/under for the game is 62 points. Georgia is 2-1 on the year against the spread.
What Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said about the state of Kent
On opposing coaches’ goals when they lavishly praise Georgia:
“Well, if they piss us off, they hit someone good. I mean that’s what they do. They think they have a chance to come in here and beat us and you want to build up your opponent the same way I respect their program. If you turn on a team’s tape and look at special teams, you can find out what type of team they are in five minutes. They’re among the top players in the MAC in almost every special team category, they have a great offensive system that uses a really talented quarterback, they have good players, and they have a unique defense that’s hard to prepare for. I have the utmost respect for what they did, they probably played one of the toughest fixtures in the country.”
On Kent State’s performances against Washington and Oklahoma:
“Yes, they have a really good football team. They have a quarterback that I didn’t know much about who, #1, is a great athlete. No. 2, he misses a lot of people. He is dynamic with the ball in his hands. He made some wild throws. You will hear from this guy. He had some 60, 70 yard passes that are amazing. They have some really good wideouts. You are a talented team. You go and watch them on defense, they do it differently defensively enough that it can create problems for you because it’s not what you see every day. It’s a bit more new age defense that people play to influence teams that are more marginal, second tier, assemblers who are able to stealth a bit more. I know you never listen to what we say here, but this is a really good soccer team and they played against two really good soccer teams. And if you watch the first half of the Oklahoma game, there’s no question about how good they are. They played Washington really well outside of a few drives. Washington met them. But other than that, they went toe-to-toe with Washington.
“Sean Lewis [Kent State head coach] probably look at last year’s video that says this because there were a lot of really good players on this team last year. This team, we are young. We have many mistakes and many things that we need to clean up. I get it. If I were him, I would say the same thing, but I know it differently.”
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