Saturday's NCAA football schedule includes a clash between the SEC's #Georgia #Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers. The No. 7 team in the nation brings their undefeated record to #tennessee where the 3-1 Vols look for the big upset. Here's the latest college football game preview including matchup odds, start time, television channel, and Georgia vs. Tennessee live streaming options.

NCAA game preview

The Georgia Bulldogs roll into today's game ranked No. 7 in the Top 25 with a 4-0 overall record and 1-0 conference record in the early season. So far they've defeated Appalachian State, former-No. 24 Notre Dame, Samford, and former-No.

17 Mississippi State for their first in-conference win. In that recent 31-3 victory, quarterback Jake Fromm was 9-of-12 with 201 passing yards and two touchdowns while Nick Chubb added 81 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. The Georgia defense also held the visitors to just 280 total yards of offense and three points, compared to 404 yards of offense for themselves.

The Tennessee Volunteers are 3-1 overall and 0-1 in the conference for their season so far. They feature running back John Kelly, who is a dual-threat player for the Vols. The junior has 450 rushing yards and six touchdowns so far this season on 81 carries. In addition, Kelly has 18 catches for 182 yards receiving but has yet to score in that manner this season. Quarterback Quinten Dormady will look to lead the receiving core as he's passed for six touchdowns and 861 yards on 71-for-121 throws so far this season.

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Oddsmakers have the point spread at 9.5 points in favor of the visiting Georgia Bulldogs. On the money line, Georgia is a -360 favorite, while the home team is a +280 underdog. For over/under total speculation, bettors are looking at 47 points for the complete college football game.

How to watch it live

Saturday's Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is offered through CBS and their affiliated channels around the United States. Live streaming may be available through CBS All-Access subscriber service which is currently available on a one-week free trial to all new customers.

In addition, the CBS Sports website is offering coverage of today's game, live streaming via an online feed. Viewers can see it for free by heading over to the cbssports.com/college-football/sec-live website to see the game starting at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.