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First this game is on PPV, but if you have espn 360 it's on there as well.

Neland Ball has been medically disqualified thus ending his football career. He hurt his knee and has had a chronic back situation. He will be on a medical hardship scholly.

Rantavious Wooten is starting in place of AJ Green who is being held out due to an injury. Marlon Brown will also be back. He has missed the past few weeks with a hip pointer. Tavarres King will be starting opposite Rantavious Wooten.

Justin Houston will not be playing this saturday. Kiante Tripp is finally back from injury. He will hopefully get some snaps and cornelius and montez robinson should get additional snaps.

We won't have many uncommitted visitors if any this weekend. It's homecoming and not a recruiting weekend. Next week against Auburn we will have a large amount of recruits visiting. The list is really great so far.

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Yes the game will be on ESPN 360, but since it is a local only PPV broadcast. That means that the blackout rules apply for this game. If you live in the Athens/Atlanta coverage area the game will be blacked out on ESPN 360. With it being a non regional/national broadcast game they put it on PPV so you can pay to watch the game. It makes no sense to make it a PPV game if you will allow the locals to watch it for free on ESPN 360.

If you look at the game on ESPN 360 schedule. next to it, it says (subject to blackout)

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Yes the game will be on ESPN 360, but since it is a local only PPV broadcast. That means that the blackout rules apply for this game. If you live in the Athens/Atlanta coverage area the game will be blacked out on ESPN 360. With it being a non regional/national broadcast game they put it on PPV so you can pay to watch the game. It makes no sense to make it a PPV game if you will allow the locals to watch it for free on ESPN 360.

If you look at the game on ESPN 360 schedule. next to it, it says (subject to blackout)

do you know how far out the area is where it is blacked out?

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Posted by RSD on 11/03/2009

On Saturday, November 7 at 1:00 p.m. ET, the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles will visit Sanford Stadium to face the Georgia Bulldogs. The game will be available on a pay-per-view basis for $29.99.

CSS will handle the broadcast, with announcers Matt Stewart (play-by-play), Buck Belue (color analyst) and Sandra Golden (sideline reporter).

Listed below are the Georgia networks with channels (if known) that will offer the game. The guide will be updated with channels as new information is obtained:

* Dish Network – Channel 461

* DirectTV – TBA

* Charter – TBA

* Comcast – TBA

* Cox – TBA

* Knology – TBA

* Mediacom – TBA

The game will also be shown on ESPN Gameplan. However, it will be blacked out in Georgia, so you will have to order it as a single pay-per-view event from your cable/satellite operator (ESPN GP Blackout Map).

Those who live outside of Georgia should be able to view the game online at ESPN360.com. It will likely be blacked out inside Georgia.

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