On Saturday, Dec. 4, all eyes will be on Georgia and Alabama as they tee it up in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the 2021 Southeastern Conference Championship Game.
This will be the first time that the Bulldog Nation and the Crimson Tide have met in the SEC title game since the 2018 Championship, when the Alabama won 35-28. This time, Georgia enters the arena with a No. 1 ranking that it’s held for more than a month. Alabama enters at No. 3.
As the 4 p.m. EST kickoff approaches, make sure you know how you’re watching the game, Dawg fans.
If you’re watching on TV:
Tune into CBS to watch the game. If your cable or satellite package includes the SEC Network, you can find the championship there, too. Use the SEC’s channel finder to determine availability.
If you’re streaming:
Stream on CBSSports.com or on the CBS Sports App.
If you’re listening:
Attend an official UGA game-watching party
No matter where you are, Bulldogs never bark alone. Find an alumni game-watching party and share the fun on social media using #AlwaysADawg.