On Tuesday at 7:00 PM (Eastern), the only undefeated team left in the nation, the Kentucky Wildcats (21-0, 8-0 SEC), take on the Georgia Bulldogs (14-6, 5-3 SEC) at Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY. A couple of quick notes… Marcus Thorton, Georgia’s leading scorer and rebounder, suffered a concussion last Tuesday against Vanderbilt, and it has been announced that he will not be traveling with the team to Lexington. Trey Lyles is still “very sick” according to Cal–no one is commenting about his illness, but hopefully it’s nothing too bad. With those two players factored into not playing, the Vegas gambling folks opened up the betting line with UK being favored by 19.5 points (it has since come down to 18).
Check back on the site 5-10 minutes after the game ends for a replay to appear.
TV CHANNEL INFORMATION:
TV Network: ESPNU
Channel on DirecTV: 208
Channel on Dish Network: 141
Channel on Cable: Varies with provider and location–look it up with TitanTV.
LIVE VIDEO STREAM:
We will have a few live streaming options available for the game, so be sure to check out our live streaming page a few minutes before the game is scheduled to start. You can also watch a live stream of the game over at Watch ESPN / ESPN3 if you are a cable subscriber with access to ESPN3.
LIVE AUDIO STREAM:
You can also listen to the game online straight from UK Athletic’s All Access website without any restrictions. Using this link, you can also listen to the pre-game (1 1/2 hours before tip) and post game shows, which are always entertaining. If you have issues with this link, try out the iHeart WLAP 630 station, which also airs the KSR pre-game show that starts 2 1/2 hours before tip).
INTERACTIVE LIVE BLOG:
Want to get some play-by-play and interact with fans in real time while the game is on? Then head over to Kentucky Sports Radio about 10 minutes before game time to participate in their live blog.
Our favorite place to discuss all things UK football with fellow CATS fans is over at CatsIllustrated. There are a lot of people over there with a ton of UK football knowledge, so it’s definitely worth checking out.