Georgia football-Samford game time, TV channel, watch online, odds for week 2 game (September 10, 2022)

The No. 3-ranked Georgia Bulldogs host the Samford Bulldogs on Saturday, September 10 in a Week 2 game. Below you can find information about the time of the game, the TV channel, how to watch online and the odds of the game.

Georgia is coming off a 49-3 victory over Oregon to start the season. This will be Georgia’s first home game since winning the national championship last season.

Georgia-Samford football game time

The Georgia-Samford football game is scheduled to start at 4 pm ET.

Georgia football-Samford television channel

The football game between Georgia and Samford will air on the SEC Network. Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb and Alyssa Lang will call the game.

Georgia football-Samford: How to watch online

The Georgia-Samford football game can be streamed on WatchESPN. Click here for the link.

Georgia-Samford Soccer: Odds, Point Spread

Georgia football is a 52-point favorite against Samford. The Bulldogs are 1-0 against the spread this season.

Georgia football-Samford: What Kirby Smart had to say about the Samford Bulldogs for Week 2

On preparing for Samford:

“I thought yesterday we had one of our best practices of the year, and today we had one of our worst practices. To be honest, I don’t know where we are. He was very pleased with the way they approached each other yesterday. We had a lot of competitive periods, and they had a great practice that made a lot of guys better. Today, he was not so enthusiastic. It was not at the level of what we need. We have another day tomorrow to do better.”

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On continuing to play against FCS opponents:

You know, I think it depends on where you go. What they require you to do and where the FCS, some of those conferences end with realignment and some of those things, it’s going to depend a lot on what they talked about; the schedule, how many conference games are you playing. I know that it is essential that these programs can survive. And, look, high schools are our feeder programs, just like we are for the NFL. And if you’re going to have good high school programs, you have to have kids that have the opportunity to play at all levels. Because there are a lot more kids playing at a non-Power 5 level than there are at the Power 5 level. So if you’re a talent provider and the growth of the game comes from your youth sports and your high school sports, you’re going to slow that down to as these programs disappear. And some of these programs can’t, can’t survive without these games. That doesn’t mean I hug and love them. It just means that shows can’t survive without this kind of funding without these games.”

On working for Samford head coach Chris Hatcher at Valdosta State:

You know, his charisma. He has always been one of the best recruiters in terms of his relationships with high school coaches. He was incredible, his disposition with the team, always confident. And he just believed that we could win every game. And he embodied that. He embraced that. His players loved playing for him because of the energy he exudes with the players”.

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Georgia-Samford Football Injury Report

  • Andrew Paul (knee, outside)
  • CJ Washington (neck, out)
  • Arian Smith (ankle, outside)
  • Nyland Green (hamstring, doubtful)
  • CJ Smith (knee, questionable)

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