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SEC Football Week 14 TV Schedule

Feast on a great set of games this weekend.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27

LSU at Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

It's a later kickoff, but Les Miles and Texas A&M's defense are involved. It should be enough to help you push through your food coma.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28

Arkansas at Missouri, 2:30 p.m. ET, CBS

The battle of the Ozarks officially begins as an annual rivalry, and it's a meaningful one. Missouri needs to win this game to take the East division, while Arkansas is playing to win three straight SEC games and jockey for better bowl positioning. Can Mizzou's defense slow down the red hot Hogs?

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29

South Carolina at Clemson, noon ET, ESPN

The newly dubbed Palmetto Bowl would appear to be an advantage for the home standing Tigers, but there's never a dull moment when Steve Spurrier and Dabo Swinney get together.

Georgia Tech at Georgia, noon ET, SEC Network

By the time this game kicks off, it could be a battle of divisions winners. Either way, GT will try to end the Bulldogs' ownership of them, while UGA will have to shore up its sometimes shaky run defense.

Kentucky at Louisville, noon ET, ESPN2

The Wildcats need to win this game to become bowl eligible, but it's a tall task against a good Louisville team that has improved as the year went on.

Florida at Florida State, 3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

Will Muschamp hopes to end his tenure the way Ron Zook did: by stealing a win in Tallahassee.

Mississippi State at Ole Miss, 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS

The Egg Bowl rarely has as much riding on it as this one does, as MSU needs a win to keep its chances of winning the West and going to the College Football Playoff alive. Ole Miss can spoil the party by pulling out of its tailspin and sticking it to the Bulldogs.

Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 4 p.m. ET, SEC Network

The Vols simply need to win this game to finally go back to the postseason for the first time since 2010. The Commodores' miserable season will end regardless, but eliminating Tennessee from bowl eligibility would be a nice way to cap it off.

Auburn at Alabama, 7:45 p.m. ET, ESPN

Can the Tigers knock the Tide out of national championship contention for the second straight year?