Alabama and Georgia may have wrapped up the East and West in Week 10, but the season is far from over. What does Week 11 have in store for us?
If you didn’t already know, Alabama is the king of the West once again after shutting out LSU live from Death Valley last Saturday night. Georgia captured the East crown after taking care of Florida and Kentucky in a bounce back effort after their loss to LSU. However, both of the division titles being locked up does not mean the season is over.
What does Saturday look like in the SEC? Let’s take a look- remember that all times are in ET.
We start with the noon slate where you have three options this week. On ESPN, you can watch the Florida Gators bounce back from their loss to Missouri by hosting South Carolina. On the SEC Network, you can tune in to Missouri and Vanderbilt going head to head in the battle of the questionables of the East. Or, if the questionables of the West are more your style, you can watch Texas A&M take on Ole Miss live from Kyle Field on CBS.
There are two options in the 3:30 slot. On CBS, you can watch Alabama manhandle yet another team as they take on Mississippi State. Or, if you are bored of watching the Tide roll, Kentucky and Tennessee will be going at it on the SEC Network.
The night slot has two options as well. At 7pm on ESPN, Georgia and Auburn are going at it as Gus Malzahn tries desperately to save his job. The wheels may already be off the Gus Bus, but he may as well try.
At 7:30, we have a game that is sure to be a blow out of epic proportions. LSU takes on Arkansas live from Fayetteville. Senior night won’t be too fun for the Razorbacks, I can assure you that. You can catch that one on the SEC Network.
This has been your week in preview, see you next week y’all.
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