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Middle Tennessee vs Georgia Live Stream Collage Football Week 3: THE Georgia Bulldogs (2-0, 1-0 SEC) and Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (1-1), even though the two schools are separated by less than 300 miles. Georgia won a 2003 matchup against MTSU by a score of 29-10. Originally scheduled for prime time on ESPN2, a decision was made Friday morning to move the game up due to the threat of Hurricane Florence. Kickoff will take place at noon ET and the game will be broadcast on ESPNews.

The Bulldogs are riding high following a 41-17 road victory over division foe South Carolina last Saturday. It was truly a statement win against the team widely regarded as Georgia’s biggest competition for the SEC East crown in 2018. But with another big SEC road test looming against Missouri next week, will Kirby Smart have his heavily favored Bulldogs motivated to face an opponent from Conference USA on Saturday?

Motivation should not be a problem for the Blue Raiders, who make their way to Athens to face the second of three SEC opponents this season. MTSU’s first bid to upset a team from the SEC failed miserably in the form of a 35-7 loss to Vanderbilt in Week 1. The good news is that the Blue Raiders now have a little momentum after jumpstarting their offense in a 61-37 win over FCS opponent UT Martin last week. They will need every bit of that momentum as they prepare for their biggest challenge of the season against the powerhouse Bulldogs on the road.

Middle Tennessee at Georgia

Kickoff: Saturday, Sept. 15 at 12 p.m. ET


Spread: Georgia -32.5

Three Things to Watch

1. Big night for the Georgia passing game?

Middle Tennessee’s pass defense has struggled mightily so far in 2018. Vanderbilt quarterback Kyle Shurmur averaged 17 yards per completion against the Blue Raiders in Week 1. And the MTSU secondary was routinely torched by an FCS quarterback last week to the tune of 358 yards and four touchdowns.

That certainly bodes well for Jake Fromm and Justin Fields. The question is, will Kirby Smart and offensive coordinator Jim Chaney actually unleash the passing game to take advantage of the favorable matchup? It’s possible, and Fromm and Fields are certainly capable of putting up big numbers against a vulnerable MTSU pass defense. But don’t expect the Bulldogs to stray from their stellar rushing attack to make that happen. Georgia’s running back-by-committee approach has already produced 555 rushing yards and six touchdowns in two blowout wins this season.

2. Middle Tennessee quarterback Brent Stockstill

Stockstill is accustomed to putting up big numbers in the passing game. In fact, the senior quarterback is MTSU’s all-time leading passer (9,524 passing yards) and lays claim to just about every school passing record imaginable. And yes, he is also the son of Blue Raiders’ head coach Rick Stockstill.

More importantly, Stockstill ranks up there with Missouri’s Drew Lock as the most experienced and decorated quarterback the Bulldogs will face all season. Through two games in 2018, he has completed 70 percent of his passes for 585 yards with six touchdowns and just one interception.

The Georgia football team plays Middle Tennessee on Saturday at noon after an impressive road win at South Carolina last week. The game was originally scheduled to be played at 7:15 p.m. but was moved up due to growing concerns about Hurricane Florence.

Just like the game against Austin Peay, this game will be an easy one for the Dawgs and should be over by halftime. Middle Tennessee lost 35-7 to Vanderbilt in its first game and then gave up 37 points to UT Martin in a win last week.

Expect to see lots of players rotating in and out on both sides of the ball in this game. Justin Fields will also have an opportunity to play quite a bit in relief of Jake Fromm. Games like this give freshmen a chance to play substantial numbers of snaps and gives the team overall a nice break from a hostile road game at South Carolina last week.

Georgia Southern Vs Clemson LiveStream

Georgia Southern vs Clemson Live : The Clemson and Georgia Southern game will proceed with a noon kickoff on Saturday (televised on ESPNU).

School officials set a noon deadline Friday for a final decision to weigh the latest forecasts from the effects of Hurricane Florence and give Georgia Southern the proper amount of time to travel up from Statesboro, Georgia.

Georgia Southern vs Clemson Live

Date: Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018
Start Time: Noon ET
Location: Clemson, SC
Stadium: Memorial Stadium
Live Stream: FuboTV, Watch ESPN

Forecasts call for sustained winds of 15 MPH and up increasing over the afternoon and chances of rain as early as around mid-afternoon. The bulk of the rain and heavier wind is expected more toward Sunday.
Hurricane Florence has already caused several college football games in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia to be canceled.

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But Clemson and Georgia Southern are still expected to play Saturday. Clemson released a statement Friday morning stating that, “The kickoff time for Saturday’s game remains scheduled for 12 p.m. Clemson Athletics and the University administration continue to monitor the forecast related to Hurricane Florence very carefully. The safety of fans and the student-athletes from both universities are our top priority.”

South Carolina and Marshall announced Wednesday that their game will not be played this weekend, while ACC teams North Carolina, N.C. State and Virginia Tech also had their games canceled.

The Clemson and Georgia Southern game had its start time moved up from 3:30 p.m. to noon, and the Tigers are the only FBS school in South Carolina, North Carolina or Virginia still scheduled to play Saturday.

Clemson Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich was on the Sirius XM ACC Radio show hosted by Mark Packer and Wes Durham Thursday morning and explained why the Tigers are still scheduled to play, despite other schools deciding to cancel their games.

“Here in the Upstate of South Carolina we’ve been monitoring what effects it may have here in Clemson,” Radakovich said. “As you know we moved the game time from 3:30 to noon to make sure that everybody would have ample time to get back to wherever their homestead is after the game… At this current time whatever type of effects we have from the storm look to be late Saturday, early Sunday morning. That is the information that we have received.”

Radakovich and Georgia Southern AD Tom Kleinlein have been in constant communication throughout the week. Both schools are working to gather as much information as possible about the hurricane before Saturday’s game.

As you’d expect, the Tigers are heavy favorites in this matchup and, if you were to put any capital down on their moneyline, you’re not going to be making much of a profit. However, with how Clemson can explode on offense, the Over/Under line does seem a little low.
Betting Odds (Courtesy of Odds Shark)

Point Spread: Clemson -33
Moneyline: Clemson -18500, Georgia Southern +7000
Over/Under: 47