By the time this posts on the site, I will be traveling to Florida for Thanksgiving and the UF-FSU game. Everyone have a safe and happy holiday. -Y2
GAME OF THE WEEK
Arkansas at LSU, Friday, 2:30 ET, CBS
LSU can put a lot of potential BCS chaos scenarios to rest by winning this game. Arkansas can shove them all to the middle of the table by winning this game. It's arguably the most important contest for the national title picture until the championship game itself.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26
Georgia at Georgia Tech, 12:00 ET, ESPN
The Bulldogs were able to win despite sleepwalking through their SEC East-clinching game against Kentucky. If they do it again here, they'll likely take a loss heading into the SEC Championship Game.
Tennessee at Kentucky, 12:21 ET, SEC Network
Bowl eligibility is only on the line for Tennessee here, but both are still looking for their second SEC win of the season.
Alabama at Auburn, 3:30 ET, CBS
third fourth consecutive year, one of the Iron Bowl participants is attempting to spoil the national title hopes of the other. The spoilers have been unsuccessful so far, but the last two games were decided by a combined seven points.
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest, 3:30 ET, ESPNU
The Commodores can secure a bowl bid in James Franklin's first year with a victory here. That probably needs to be discussed more than it has been so far.
Florida State at Florida, 7:00 ET, ESPN2
The Seminoles have more to lose here, with them hoping to avoid hitting a 7-5 record after their preseason top 10 ranking. The Gators have more to gain here, hoping to make up for some hard losses with a win over a bitter rival.
Ole Miss at #HAILSTATE, 7:00 ET, ESPNU
Can the Rebels pick up a win to prevent the Bulldogs from going bowling, or will their season collapse be complete?
Clemson at South Carolina, 7:45 ET, ESPN
The Gamecocks would secure just the second 10-win season in program history with a win. To do it over rival Clemson would make the achievement even more sweet.