WATCH: Georgia vs UNC Live Stream Football

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College football finally kicks off this weekend with a slate of epic games, including an epic SEC/ACC matchup between the University of Georgia and the University of North Carolina. The game will air on ESPN at 5:30 P.M.

Last season, under head coach Larry Fedora, the North Carolina Tar Heels finished the season with an 11-3 record, falling to Clemson in the ACC Championship game.

As for the Georgia Bulldogs, they finished the season 10-3, and fired their coach Mark Richt. Their new head coach is former Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart.

Both teams have conference championship aspirations this season, so starting the season off with a victory is crucial! The game promises to be awesome, so find out how to live stream it below!

Georgia vs. UNC Viewing Details

Date: Saturday, September 3rd, 2016
Time: 5:30 P.M. EST
TV Channel: ESPN
Home Team: UNC Tar Heels
Visiting Team: Georgia Bulldogs
Location: Georgia Dome

How to Watch UGA vs. UNC Live Stream Online

Georgia vs. UNC will be aired on ESPN, meaning that you’ll be able to watch the game on your computer via WatchESPN.com. On one hand, this is awesome because ESPN’s live streams are top notch, but the potential bad news is that you’ll need a cable subscription log-in to access the content.

If you don’t have a log-in of your own, though, feel free to ask your friends and family if you can borrow theirs.

How to Watch University of Georgia vs University of North Carolina Live Stream On Mobile

Like we said before, there’s good and bad news with the fact that Georgia vs. UNC will be airing on ESPN. It’s great because their WatchESPN is the best on the market for live streaming games, it’s bad because you’ll need a cable subscription to access it.

But if you’re a fan of “cutting the cable” and are living without a cable subscription of your own, you should be familiar with the practice of asking your friends and family to borrow theirs.

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