Georgia vs. Ball State: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Saturday

No. 1 Georgia will take on Ball State on Saturday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The Dawgs have an opportunity to clean up early miscues with another tune-up game versus an Football College Subdivision opponent.

Georgia started sluggishly in the season opener against UT Martin. It led 17-0 at halftime before working into form in the second half and walking away with a 48-7 win.

Last week was our first chance to see the new offense under first-year offensive coordinator Mike Bobo and new starting quarterback Carson Beck. While the showing wasn’t perfect, Georgia certainly didn’t break out the full playbook.

Beck missed some easy throws and lost his poise in the pocket at times, but he took care of the football, finishing 21-of-31 passing for 294 yards with a touchdown and another score on the ground.

The Bulldogs’ defense looked the part of a Kirby Smart led unit. While the secondary was impressive, Georgia did allow the Skyhawks 134 yards rushing with a 4.6 yard average on the ground.

Ball State played Kentucky hard last week and was up 7-3 in the second quarter before the Wildcats’ offense found its footing and pulled away for a 44-14 win.

We expect Georgia to show improvement this week as starters return to the lineup and SEC play approaches.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Saturday, Sept. 9

  • Time: Noon ET

  • TV Channel: SEC Network/ ESPN +

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Georgia injury report:

Players to watch:


  • RB Kendall Milton: Nine carries for 53 yards in Week 1.

  • TE Brock Bowers: Five catches for 78 yards and one rushing touchdown in Week 1.

  • DE Mykel Williams: One sack and one tackle for loss in Week 1.

  • DB Malaki Starks: Led the team with eight stops in Week 1.

Ball State:

  • RB Marquez Cooper: 21 carries for 90 yards and a touchdown versus Georgia last season (Cooper transferred from Kent State).

  • TE Tanner Koziol (6-foot-7, 230 pounds): Eight catches for 66 yards in Week 1.

  • LB Clayton Coll: Led Cardinals in tackles last season (110) and had four stops in Week 1.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire