NCAA Football: Arkansas at Georgia

Georgia Bulldogs fans react after a touchdown against the Arkansas Razorbacks during an Oct. 2, 2021 game at Sanford Stadium.

College GameDay and SEC Nation are headed to Athens on Saturday, Oct. 16, for the Week 7 matchup of undefeated SEC teams Kentucky and Georgia, it was announced Sunday afternoon.

College GameDay will be located in Myers Quad from 9 a.m. to noon on ESPN, while SEC Nation will originate from the Special Collections Library from 10 a.m. to noon on SEC Network.

This is just the third time that GameDay and SEC Nation are visiting the same location in the regular season, following LSU vs. Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 2019 and Florida vs. Georgia in Jacksonville in 2018.

Rece Davis hosts College GameDay, the 12-time Emmy Award-winning show, with analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and former Georgia All-American David Pollack, research producer and sports betting analyst Chris ‘The Bear’ Fallica, and reporters Jen Lada and Gene Wojciechowski.

This is the second visit to Athens in the past three weeks for GameDay. On Oct. 2, the show originated from Meyers Quad before the Bulldogs’ top-10 matchup against Arkansas. This is GameDay’s seventh visit all-time to Athens.

Laura Rutledge hosts SEC Nation, her fifth season in the host’s chair and her sixth on the show overall, joined by Paul Finebaum, Roman Harper, Jordan Rodgers and Tim Tebow for a weekly breakdown of the SEC football action to come.

Additionally, Marty & McGee will be live on Saturday morning from 9-10 a.m. on SEC Network, as Marty Smith and Ryan McGee meet at the intersection of southern lifestyle and college football to bring viewers the latest headlines, Hillbilly and otherwise, across the SEC landscape. Marty & McGee will be live on the road with SEC Nation every Saturday this fall.

The Special Collections Library will also be home to The Paul Finebaum Show with #FinebaumFriday live from 3-7 p.m.

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