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Georgia vs. Auburn: How to Watch NCAA Football Online

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For our college football fans out there, the Georgia Bulldogs are going down to Alabama to face off against the Auburn Tigers, and you can watch it from the comfort of your own home, and not just with your television.

The Bulldogs are 9-0 and have won seven games this season by at least 21 points, having been the only team this year to defeat Notre Dame. The team is coming with running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel on their side, with a combined 1,577 yards and 18 touchdowns. Just last season, Georgia also knocked off Auburn 13-7.

On their side, the Tigers are 7-2, complete with a two-game winning streak after their first loss back in early October. Having scored at least 40 points six times this year, this includes all five of their SEC wins. On their team, the Tigers have Quarterback Jarrett Stidham, who comes with a 66.8 completion percentage 11 touchdowns and 1,996 passing yards, and running back Kerryon Johnson, who comes with 868 yards and 15 scores on the year, according to Sports Illustrated.

The next games for Georgia are with Kentucky (11/18) and at Georgia Tech (11/25). The next games for Auburn are with Louisiana-Monroe (11/18) and Alabama (11/25).


Georgia vs. Auburn: Game Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details

Event: Georgia vs. Auburn
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Start Time: 3:30 PM EST
Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, Alabama
Broadcast: CBS


How to Watch Georgia vs. Auburn On Your Tablet Or Mobile Device

The CBS app offers a free account, but you will need to upgrade to CBS All Access for live-streaming.

The program is available on many platforms, including the iPhone/iPad and Windows 10.

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