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SEC Football Television Schedule, Week 4

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South Carolina hosts Missouri in the SEC Game of the Week.
South Carolina hosts Missouri in the SEC Game of the Week.

This week is the least cupcake-y yet, so we are really getting into the heart of the schedule now. It's about time.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Missouri at South Carolina, 3:30 pm ET, Saturday, CBS

The Battle of Columbias commences with SEC East pecking order position on the line.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

Ole Miss at Tulane, 12:00 pm ET, FSN

The school that always wins the party is going to New Orleans. It should be a hoot.

Kentucky at Florida, 12:21 pm ET, SEC Network

The last time UK kept Florida from scoring at least two first quarter touchdowns was 2006. That streak is likely to continue.

FAU at Alabama, 5:00 pm ET, PPV

Alabama has pitched two consecutive shutouts. Do I hear three?

LSU at Auburn, 7:00 pm ET, ESPN

The Bayou Bengals often struggle on the Plains, but I can't imagine too many issues this time around.

Rutgers at Arkansas, 7:00 pm ET, ESPNU

If the Razorbacks are going to pick themselves up off the mat, doing so before losing to a Big East team would be preferable.

South Carolina State at Texas A&M, 7:00 pm ET, FSN

Look at the Aggies getting into the swing of things here in the SEC.

South Alabama at Mississippi State, 7:00 pm ET, PPV

The one occasion when it's OK not to like people chanting, "U-S-A! U-S-A!"

Akron at Tennessee, 7:30 pm ET, CSS

Nothing like a team that has lost to FIU to get your frustrations out against.

Vanderbilt at Georgia, 7:45 pm ET, ESPN2

This is Vandy's second big SEC test to see just how for real or not they are, and it's a chance for Georgia to make another big statement about who owns the East.