For Georgia, this is the second week in a six-week stretch in which they will only play against conference opponents. Through four games, the Bulldogs have gone unchallenged, winning their games by a combined 190-66 differential.
Georgia Tech will look to recover from last week's loss to Miami (FL) when they host Middle Tennessee State.
Over in the FCS, Georgia State will look for its first win against William & Mary. Both teams are 0-4, and have struggled to put points on the board. Georgia State has scored just five touchdowns in its first four games.
Finally, Georgia Southern will look to hand Samford its first loss of the season.
Saturday, Sept. 29 Schedule:
Middle Tennessee State at Georgia Tech -- Noon
Tennessee at Georgia -- 3:30 p.m.
Samford at Georgia Southern - 6 p.m.
Georgia State at William & Mary -- 7 p.m.