While it’s not a night game, the 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff on CBS will still be a weapon for LSU, Guilbeau said, and he pointed out that Georgia hasn’t played there in 10 years so the players wouldn’t be as familiar with the surroundings as other more regular opposing stadiums.
Georgia opened as an 8.5-point favorite, according to offshore sportsbooks, but Guilbeau saw it as LSU winning on a last-second field goal.
The programs last met in 2013 in Athens, a 44-41 Georgia win. The last meeting in Baton Rouge came in 2008 when Georgia won 52-38.