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Georgia football-Ohio State game time, TV channel, how to watch online, College Football Playoff odds (December 31, 2022)

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Georgia football takes on Ohio State in a college football playoff semifinal on Saturday, Dec. 31. Below you will find information about the time of the match, the TV channel, how to watch online and the odds of the match.

Georgia and Ohio State have only met once, in 1993. The winner of that matchup will face the winner of the Michigan-TCU College Football Playoff semifinal.

Georgia football-Ohio State game time for College Football Playoff

The Georgia football-Ohio State game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. start.

Georgia Football-Ohio State TV channel for the College Football Playoff game

ESPN will broadcast the College Football Playoff game between Georgia Football and Ohio State. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Holly Rowe and Laura Rutledge will call the game.

How to watch the Georgia football-Ohio State game online for the college football playoffs

The Georgia football-Ohio State game can be streamed online using WatchESPN. You will need a subscription to watch. Click here to access the main game link.

There are also a number of alternate broadcasts for the game. Click on the linked text to access the alternate broadcast listed: Georgia Football Call Radio. Calling all 22

Georgia Football-Ohio State Odds for College Football Playoff Game

Georgia football is a 5.5 point favorite over the Ohio State Buckeyes. The over/under of the match is 62 points. Georgia is 7-6 ATS this season.

What Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said about Ohio State

When you look at Ohio State’s wide receivers, what do you see of Marvin Harrison, Jr., and the talent and depth in that group? : Elite ball skills, ability to play. These guys grew up under a system of wide outs that were just huge. You look at it and say, if I can play behind some of the guys they’ve had, you know the practice they’ve had, you know who they might have looked at. All in all, they have the size, the physique, the ball skills, the vertical speed, all the qualities you want in the wide. They recruit wides at a high level, and you see why when you see the guys they play with now.

Coach, another Stetson question. How was his training in the days and weeks leading up to this match? As a head coach, what kind of comfort level does it give you knowing he’s been through so much in his career? He was very consistent in his practices. You worry sometimes when guys leave for events and awards shows, the prize walk-in, Heisman runner-up and do all those things, but they don’t affect 25-year-old guys probably in the same way as ‘they affect an 18-year-old or 19-year-old kid. He’s very grounded in what he does. He has a great work ethic. I think the quarterback position is by far the most critical factor in a game because the way offenses are now, they put so much decision-making on the quarterback before, after the break. I mean, it’s all about the quarterback. So these two teams have become really experienced and proven guys who make good decisions. So when you have that, you’re more right than wrong, and it creates — usually creates a score. I’m very thankful and thankful that we have a guy like Stetson who has played in games.

You’re neck and neck in recruiting CJ Stroud. What attributes did you see in him, and what does he share with Stetson Bennett? He’s a terrific leader, and I think when you play that position, you better be a leader. He was then very calm, very humble, but very talented. He has great vision on the pitch and he has great athleticism to take off and run. It’s something he and Stetson share. They had two different types of paths. CJ was heavily recruited. CJ was able to play relatively early in his career, and they both had success. I have a lot of respect for the way both of them treat their teammates and do more for their teammates than themselves.

To both coaches, could you talk about the standards and expectations of your respective programs and how you have adapted to the pressure of this job? There’s always been pressure, so I don’t know if there’s a pressure adjustment. There’s just as much pressure from year 1 to year 7. Expectations don’t change. We accept that. The standards that are created are created by the players who play there, and we’ve had a really good kind of leadership over the last six, seven years, and they’ve created a standard for young players to emulate, and that’s okay now . I talk to our guys every day about, if you’re a freshman or sophomore, find the guy you think works the hardest and does it the right way and emulate him, and that success will continue . There are no rights and you work very hard at what you do. But the norm does not change. The players change. Every year your identity may change, but the norm does not change.

Georgia Football-Ohio State Injury Report for College Football Playoff Game

  • Andrew Paul (knee, outside)
  • CJ Washington (neck, out)
  • Dan Jackson (foot, out)
  • Earnest Greene (return, withdrawal)
  • Drew Bobo (labrum, released)
  • CJ Smith (ankle, out)
  • Nolan Smith (Pec, out)
  • Warren McClendon (knee, doubtful)
  • Ladd McConkey (knee, doubtful
  • De’Nylon Morrissette (knee/hamstrings, questionable)
  • Marvin Jones Jr. (ankle, likely)
  • AD Mitchell (ankle, likely)
  • Tate Ratledge (shoulder, likely)

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