How to Watch Georgia vs. Auburn SEC Championship College Football Live Stream Online

Auburn’s stunning Iron Bowl win last Saturday set up an unusual occurrence. For the first time since 2013, the SEC Championship Game will take place without Alabama being involved. It’s No. 2 Auburn vs. No. 6 Georgia for the SEC crown, and also a likely berth in the college football playoff — live on Saturday afternoon from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Auburn has played brilliantly through the second half of the season. Over the past three weeks, they’ve blown out Georgia, and defeated Alabama soundly. If Saturday’s game is anything like the Nov. 11 contest at Jordan-Hare Stadium, the Tigers can book their tickets for either Pasadena or New Orleans — the sites of this season’s semifinals. But, of course, the game is not being played at Jordan-Hare, but at a neutral site — one which might tilt towards the Bulldogs. Georgia was brilliant in 11 out of 12 of regular season games in 2017. And Saturday, they get a chance to redeem themselves for the one in which they were less than stellar. Can true freshman quarterback Jacob Fromm shake off his dismal game in Auburn and play better in the rematch? It’s the best conference in college football, deciding their champion before what should be a raucous crowd in Atlanta. Strap in. Kickoff is at 4:00 p.m. ET. CBS will broadcast the game live. Brad Nessler has the call along with Gary Danielson. CBS Sports will also stream the action free with a cable subscription on its website, as well as its app. The CBS Sports app can be downloaded via Apple’s iTunes store, and the Google Play store. [image via Photo Works – Shutterstock.com]

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