The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs (2-0) play a familiar opponent when they host the South Carolina Gamecocks (1-1) on Saturday, September 16, 2023 at Sanford Stadium in an SEC showdown.
Interested in watching the matchup featuring the Bulldogs and Gamecocks? You can do so on CBS.
When is Georgia vs. South Carolina and when does it start?
This game between the Bulldogs and Gamecocks will take place on Saturday, September 16, 2023. You can expect the kickoff at 3:30 PM ET.
Where to watch Georgia vs. South Carolina
The Bulldogs and Gamecocks will take to the field at Sanford Stadium for this matchup on September 16, and if you want to see the action live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on CBS.
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Georgia Stats & Insights
In their last outing, the Bulldogs took down the Ball State Cardinals 45-3.
Georgia ranks 26th in total offense this season (472.5 yards per game), but has been playing really well on the other side of the ball, ranking 16th-best in the FBS with 472.5 yards allowed per game.
The Bulldogs have been shining on both offense and defense in the passing game, ranking ninth-best in passing offense (343.5 passing yards per game) and 13th-best in passing defense (137.5 passing yards allowed per game).
Georgia ranks 94th in run offense (129.0 rushing yards per game) and 47th in run defense (105.5 rushing yards allowed per game) this year.
The Bulldogs have been clicking on all fronts this year, as they rank 14th-best in scoring offense (46.5 points per game) and second-best in scoring defense (5.0 points allowed per game).
South Carolina Stats & Insights
In their last game, the Bulldogs beat the Ball State Cardinals 45-3.
South Carolina’s offense has been dominant, compiling 504.0 total yards per contest (17th-best) this season. Defensively, it ranks 63rd by allowing 337.0 total yards per game.
The Gamecocks rank 19th-worst in passing yards allowed per game (298.0), but at least they’ve been playing well on offense, ranking seventh-best in passing yards per game (366.0).
South Carolina has been thriving on run defense, allowing only 39.0 rushing yards per game (second-best). On offense, it ranks 84th in the FBS by accumulating 138.0 rushing yards per game.
With 32.0 points per game on offense, the Gamecocks rank 59th in the FBS. On defense, they rank 86th, allowing 26.0 points per game.
Georgia Key Players to Watch
Carson Beck has 577 passing yards (288.5 ypg) to lead Georgia, completing 72.1% of his passes and throwing three touchdown passes and one interception this season. He’s also chipped in on the ground with 29 rushing yards (14.5 ypg) on eight carries with one rushing touchdown.
Roderick Robinson II has carried the ball 14 times for a team-high 88 yards (44.0 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
This season Kendall Milton has rushed for 71 yards (35.5 per game) on 16 carries with one touchdown.
Mekhi Mews’ 102 receiving yards (51.0 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s registered six receptions and one touchdown.
Rara Thomas has put up a 90-yard season so far (45.0 receiving yards per game), hauling in three passes.
Brock Bowers has hauled in six catches for 80 yards (40.0 ypg) this season.
South Carolina Key Players to Watch
The team’s top rusher, British Brooks, has carried the ball 15 times for 103 yards (103.0 per game) this year. He’s also caught three passes for 18 yards (18.0 per game).
This season Mario Anderson has racked up 32 yards (32.0 per game) on six carries.
Eddie Lewis’ 89 receiving yards (89.0 yards per game) lead the team. He has six receptions.
Tyshawn Russell has collected 65 receiving yards (65.0 yards per game) and one touchdown, reeling in two passes this year.
John Copenhaver’s three catches have netted him 52 yards (52.0 ypg) and one touchdown.