GAME OF THE WEEK
South Carolina at Georgia, Saturday, 3:30 ET, ESPN
The SEC East very well could be on the line this early in the season, with the winner taking a critical tiebreaker in the division standings.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
Central Michigan at Kentucky, 12:00 ET, ESPNU
Kentucky is supposed to be an SEC team. Will they look like it against the Chippewas?
Mississippi State at Auburn, 12:21 ET, SEC Network
Last year's game was a low-scoring classic as defenses reigned over offenses not quite sure of what they had. This year's game looks like it might be a track meet.
Alabama at Penn State, 3:30 ET, ABC
Alabama's Carousel of
Progress Quarterbacks heads to State College, PA to take on a team with rotating signal callers of its own.
Cincinnati at Tennessee, 3:30 ET, ESPN2
Tennessee looked the part against Montana, but can it outgun the resurgent Bearcats?
Southern Illinois at Ole Miss, 6:00 ET, PPV/ESPN3
Look for the Rebel offense to get some solid practice time in this week after an underwhelming debut against BYU.
New Mexico at Arkansas, 7:00 ET, ESPNU
This is probably the best chance we have to see an SEC team score 80 points. New Mexico is really, really bad.
UAB at Florida, 7:00 ET, Fox Sports South
Florida looked improved against FAU, but it can't sleep on this feisty team that took Tennessee to overtime last year.
UConn at Vanderbilt, 7:30 ET, CSS/ESPN3
This is a much better game to gauge what kind of team Vandy is than last week's was. UConn too, for that matter.
Northwestern State at LSU, 8:00 ET, PPV/ESPN3
LSU gets a well-earned breather after handling Oregon in impressive fashion.