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SEC Football Week 7 Schedule, TV Times, and How to Watch

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It's a packed schedule of consequential games.

Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Alabama

3:30 p.m. ET

Texas A and M

CBS

This has turned into SEC East week here at TSK, but this weekend's biggest contest is a major West battle. Bama has a chance to reassert itself as a true player in the division, but A&M wants to keep its slate unblemished. Also, this is the third week in a row the Game of the Week involves Alabama. The Tide plays a lot of big ones.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15

Auburn

7 p.m. ET

Kentucky

ESPN

A win by the Wildcats here would keep them afloat in the East division race, while a loss by the Tigers would seriously call into question just how many games they'll win this year.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17

Ole Miss

Noon ET

Memphis

ABC

Yes, this is a road game for the Rebels, and it's not going to be easy. Justin Fuente has done an amazing job turning around the Tigers, and he's basically auditioning for every big job that'll be open this winter. Win this one, and he can name his next job and salary.

Louisiana Tech

Noon ET

Miss State

SEC Network

Former Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel gets one more SEC game, and he faces former Florida offensive coordinator Dan Mullen.

Vanderbilt

4 p.m. ET

South Carolina

SEC Network

The Shawn Elliott era at South Carolina begins with his best chance at getting an SEC win. Meanwhile, Vandy's defense will try to earn a conference win in what is probably its best chance to do so.

Florida

7 p.m. ET

LSU

ESPN

Florida will try to soldier on without Will Grier, as Treon Harris takes over at quarterback with nothing behind him to speak of behind him on the depth chart. Meanwhile, LSU has a chance to silence some of its persistent doubters and pick up a heck of a win.

Missouri

7:30 p.m. ET

Georgia

SEC Network

Georgia is looking to halt its slide and find a way forward without Nick Chubb. Mizzou will look to build some momentum with Drew Lock against what has turned out to be one of the conference's shakier pass defenses.