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Georgia outside linebacker D’Andre Walker (15) puts his hands up during the fourth quarter of a football game at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. The University of Georgia beat Vanderbilt University 41-13. (Photo/Christina Matacotta) 

Georgia's final SEC contest of the regular season will be a night game broadcasted on ESPN, it was announced Saturday. 

The Bulldogs and Tigers will kick off at 7 p.m. on Nov. 10 in Sanford Stadium in Athens. Georgia already booked its place in the SEC championship game by beating Kentucky Saturday, but the Bulldogs need to beat Auburn to keep their hopes of reaching the College Football Playoff alive. 

Auburn has not won in Athens since 2005. Last season, the Tigers routed the Bulldogs in Auburn, Alabama, 40-17. 

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