Auburn's Sept. 30 game against Georgia will kick off at 2:30 p.m. CT and will be nationally televised on CBS, the Southeastern Conference announced Monday.
The game will mark Auburn's 60th appearance on CBS since 1996, and will be the 17th time the network has shown The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry in that time, including the 2017 SEC Championship Game.
The Tigers have lost their past six games against Georgia and have lost seven of their past nine CBS games.
The game will be called by Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson and Jenny Dell and will be Auburn's first appearance on CBS in the 2023 season — the network's final season of showing SEC games.
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Matthew is a senior from Huntsville, Alabama, majoring in journalism. He started with The Plainsman in fall 2021.