For much of the 1970’s and 1980’s, the Georgia Bulldogs might as well have been the only football team in the state. Their only ‘rival’ was Georgia Tech, who was not in the same competitive class. The Yellow Jackets are much better now qualitatively, but the Georgia Bulldogs football team is still the favorite of in-state fans.

The ‘Dawgs’ were a pioneering member of the Southeastern Conference dating back to 1932 and have won the SEC title 14 times. They’ve also played in 48 bowl games–only four college football teams have played in more. Under head coach Mark Richt, they have beaten the best in the SEC including LSU Tigers, Texas A&M Aggies and Arkansas Razorbacks.


Bulldogs football fans in the United States will have no problem following the action with every game available for live streaming. The SEC has a broadcast deal with ESPN, meaning that every Georgia Bulldogs football game will air on one of the sports programming leader’s networks, usually ESPN or ESPN2. Additional coverage of Georgia football is available on the SEC Network, which is a partnership between the conference and ESPN. The SEC Network provides 24/7 coverage of SEC sports including football and basketball but also lower tier sports like gymnastics and soccer.

Both networks use ESPN’s state of the art digital platform which means that all of the Georgia Bulldogs football will have their games simulcast via live streaming. The live streaming component is free to US satellite/cable subscribers and is accessible from a smartphone, tablet, computer or set-top streaming devices. All fans will need to access the SEC or ESPN digital resources is to use their cable company login/password. These services will also offer game replays for Bulldogs football fans that miss the live action.


US based viewers have another way to access Georgia football action, and it doesn’t require a cable/satellite TV subscription. A service called SlingTV provides digital-only access to a variety of premium cable networks–including ESPN–for $20 per month. The SEC Network is also available as part of a ‘sports package’ for an extra $5 per month.

SlingTV supports a wide variety of viewing methods including computer, smartphones, tablets, video game platforms and streaming devices such as the Roku Player. The SlingTV service is a great way to access the highest quality Georgia Bulldogs football streams without a traditional cable TV subscription.

Outside of the United States, ESPN is now offering digital-only subscriptions in a growing number of countries. If you live in one of the countries with service, you can get the same state of the art digital streams as US viewers. Check the ESPN website for the most up-to-date information.

If that’s not an option, you should be able to find every Georgia Bulldogs football game on one of the many live sports streaming websites. There are some good ones like FirstRowSports, Wiziwig and P2P4U, but you should exercise caution when visiting unfamiliar websites. Always use ad-blocking and anti-spyware software when visiting any of the live sports streaming sites.