Here we are again, heading toward a Saturday of football in the SEC. Trying to decide what to watch? Here is your ultimate guide.
The SEC is back, minus Kentucky and Mississippi State who have a bye this week. So if you were looking forward to watching Benny Snell do Benny Snell things or Nick Fitzgerald struggle to get anything right- this isn’t your week for that. Let’s talk those who are playing though shall we?
Our slate starts bright and early, at noon ET. In this slot, you have two options. On ESPN, you can watch the high flying Florida Gators take on a questionable Vanderbilt Commodores team or on the SEC Network you can watch Auburn absolutely crush the last bit of Tennessee‘s hopes and dreams of a good season.
With that, we move to the 3:30 slot- which includes the CBS Game of the Week. Unsurprisingly, that game is LSU vs. Georgia at Death Valley, a game that has both fan bases chewing their nails in stress over how it will turn out. Will Death Valley offer home field advantage in the middle of the day like it does at night? We will have to wait and see.
In the night slot, you have one match-up that promises to be weird and one that all but promises to be a blow out. Missouri, led by Drew Lock, heads to Tuscaloosa to try to slow down the Alabama Crimson Tide. However, we all know that won’t happen and Missouri will simply be the next contestant on “Who Wants to Get Rolled by the Tide.” That game will be on ESPN beginning at 7:00 pm ET.
If you don’t want to watch Alabama dominate yet another team, you can tune into the SEC Network to watch Ole Miss and Arkansas duke it out for the bottom of the West, live from Little Rock starting at 7:30 pm ET.
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