Georgia Tech looks to move to 2-0 on the season against the University of South Florida on Saturday after a swift handling of Alcorn State a week ago.
The Georgia Tech football team really didn’t need to break a proverbial sweat last weekend against Alcorn State but on Saturday against USF, it won’t be as easy. The Yellow Jackets have hit the road for the first time this season as they get ready to take on the USF Bulls who enter the weekend 1-0 themselves after defeating Elon 34-14 last weekend.
Paul Johnson and his coaching staff were happy with a win last weekend but weren’t pleased with everything they saw which means Saturday could look a bit different than weekend’s performance.
The Yellow Jackets and Bulls are set for a 12:00 pm kickoff at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay. The game will be nationally televised on either ABC or ESPN2 depending on your viewing location. If you’re located east of Louisiana, you can catch the game on ABC according to this viewing map provided by 506sports.com. If you’re located in Louisiana or any further west, you can catch the game on ESPN2. Adam Admin and Rod Gilmore will have the call according to 506sports.
For those who may not be able to catch the game on television, you do have a few streaming options at your disposal.
For those who have an ESPN subscription, you can watch the game via WatchESPN by clicking here and then clicking on the Georgia Tech vs USF game.
A second option at your disposal to watch the game is by signing up for FuboTV. FuboTV could be a great asset for all you cable cutters out there as you can watch live TV as well as DVR games. After a discounted first month, FuboTV has two basic packages that are $44.99 and $49.99 respectively.
- 93.7 The Fan
- Sirius 119
- XM 194
- Online via RamblinWreck.com
You can also listen to the game with the Georgia Tech Gameday app as well which can be downloaded onto your IPhone or Android device.
For Georgia Tech fans making the drive down to Tampa tomorrow, you can expect stadium gates to open at approximately 10:30 a.m according to Raymond James Stadium’s FAQ section. Currently the weather at kickoff is expected to be 85 at kickoff with a chance of rain and thunderstorms throughout the day. If the cloud coverage stays throughout the day, it should be a nice day for football in Tampa.
Most importantly, for all fans whether you’re watching, listening, or attending, enjoy the game!