Georgia football is the two-time reigning national champions, but you cannot watch them on TV. You have to watch the Dawgs on SEC Netowrk+.
So what in the world is SEC Netowrk+? If you have a network provider, don’t sweat it. All you have to do is go into the ESPN app or website and put in your cable account info, and you should be able to get the game. If you use a laptop or computer, just type Watch ESPN into Google; it should take you where you need to go.
For example, if you are like me and have a streaming platform like YouTube TV. The same applies to SEC Network+. All you have to do is put in streaming provider info, and you should be able to get the game online or through the ESPN app.
Why did they put the two-time defending champs on a streaming-only platform? I am still unsure, but ESPN will probably do this more in the future. Everything is moving to streaming. I wouldn’t say I like it, but it is what it is at this point. So, if it bothers you now, get ready to stream more Georgia football games for the foreseeable future.
I am trying to understand what Alabama is doing on SEC Network, and Georgia is not there. It makes little to no sense to me. How many people will watch Alabama play Middle Tennessee? I am sure fewer than those who want to watch Georgia football. I am sure Alabama fans would say the same if Georgia was on the SEC Network and Alabama was on ESPN+.
Hopefully, this will be the last time the Dawgs are on SEC Network+. Let’s all hope it is much easier to watch the Dawgs next Saturday.
Game: Georgia vs. UT-Martin
Time: 6:00 pm EST
Network: SEC Network+
Date: Saturday, September 2, 2023
Location: Sanford Stadium–Athens, GA