GAME OF THE WEEK
Ole Miss at Arkansas, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS
There really isn't much competition for the Game of the Week this time around, but it'll be a fine game anyway. It's the Rebels' first real game after their crushing loss to Auburn. Will they bounce back and stay in the divisional race? As for Arkansas, can the Hogs continue to build on their breakthrough win from a week ago?
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22
Charleston Southern at Georgia, noon ET, SEC Network
The first of many terrible games this weekend. It's bleak.
Eastern Kentucky at Florida, noon ET, SEC Network Alternate
Florida had better not suffer a let down after Will Muschamp's firing. EKU is 9-2. This is not a complete pushover.
South Alabama at South Carolina, noon ET, ESPN3
Not many weeks have required a game to be streaming only, but this week really earned it.
Western Carolina at Alabama, 4 p.m. ET, SEC Network
So. Many. Bad. Games.
Samford at Auburn, 7 p.m. ET, ESPNU
Everyone in the pick 'em contest should be cleaning up this week thanks to this many games without point spreads.
Missouri at Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Finally! A real game! That matters! A Mizzou win puts the Tigers one step closer to their second consecutive East crown, while a Tennessee win will give the division to Georgia. Perhaps for the first time ever, for one day at least, the color orange is not evil in Athens.
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State, 7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network
A Commodore win would throw the West into upheaval and help out Ole Miss, but that ain't happening.