It’s Week 8 and the going is getting rough, at least in the SEC East. What do you have to look forward to tomorrow? Let’s talk schedule.
Looking to watch Jimbo Fisher try to keep the Aggies afloat in the second half of the season? How about Dan Mullen continuing the biggest question mark of a year in Florida history? Want to see how Georgia bounces back or if South Carolina can put anything together at all?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, I am sorry to inform you that all four of those teams are on by week and as a result will not be an option.
So, let’s start with the noon ET slot shall we. First, on the SEC Network, you can watch Arkansas try to beat a non-Power 5 team in Tulsa as they fight for their second win of the season. If you want to watch a semi-decent football team instead of the Razorbacks, then you can scoot over to ESPN and watch Ole Miss host Auburn, who is trying to bounce back from an upset loss to Tennessee.
Speaking of Tennessee, on CBS at 3:30 you can watch the Volunteers host Alabama as they try desperately to hang on to relevancy after beating Auburn. We all know how this one will end up, but if you like watching Tua and Co. run over literally everyone- this is the game for you.
At 4:00 pm ET on the SEC Network, Drew Lock and the Missouri Tigers take on Memphis. That should be a Missouri win, but I trust the Tigers about as far as I can throw them so there is that.
In the night cap is the game that could throw a wrench into the SEC West in a hurry, at least in the battle for second to Alabama. Mississippi State and LSU are going at it in Death Valley at 7:00 pm on ESPN. If you’d rather be watching the East, you can watch Benny Snell and the gang run all over Vanderbilt at 7:30 on the SEC Network.
This has been your SEC Week in Preview, see you on the other side of what is sure to be absolute chaos.
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