Sep 8, 2012; Knoxville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers head coach Derek Dooley watches as defensive back Brian Randolph (37) tackles Georgia State Panthers running back Travis Evans (21) during the game at Neyland Stadium. Tennessee won by a score of 51 to 13. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-US PRESSWIRE
The Bulldogs will get national coverage against the Vols, creating a potential back-to-back set of CBS games featuring Georgia.
The Georgia Bulldogs will make their season debut on CBS in two weeks, as the network picked up the Dawgs' game against Tennessee as a national broadcast starting at 3:30 p.m. ET. The decision was made despite UT losing to Florida on Saturday. The game was up against Texas A&M vs. Arkansas and Alabama vs. Ole Miss.
It's highly likely the Dawgs will be on CBS two weeks in a row, as they'll host South Carolina Oct. 6 in what currently would be a match-up between two Top 10 teams. For the teams to meet both undefeated, the Gamecocks will have to beat Missouri at home and Kentucky on the road, while Georgia will have beat Vanderbilt and Tennessee in Athens.
Georgia's annual "Cocktail Party" game against Florida in Jacksonville October 27 was picked up by CBS before the season began.
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