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SEC Football Week 11 Schedule, TV Times, and How to Watch

The November cupcake wave is beginning to hit us.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Alabama

3:30 p.m. ET

Miss State

CBS

When you take matchups into account, this very well could be Alabama's last, best chance to lose prior to the playoff. Dak Prescott is the best quarterback left on the slate, and MSU has the best set of receivers left to go too.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14

Florida

Noon ET

South Carolina

ESPN

It's a team that has already clinched its division against a team with an interim coach. Scintillating! Actually, Carolina has been playing very hard—and better—for Shawn Elliott, so if Florida comes out and plays like it did last week, the Gators could lose this one.

North Texas

Noon ET

Tennessee

SEC Network

The SEC November cupcake deluge is starting with North Texas visiting Knoxville.

Georgia

Noon ET

Auburn

CBS

This game would've been a pick for a CBS game before the year started, but not as the noon undercard to Mississippi State-Alabama.

Kentucky

4 ET

Vanderbilt

SEC Network

At this point, would you say that Vanderbilt is the better team of these two? UK has been listless for a month.

Western Carolina

7 p.m. ET

Texas A and M

ESPNU

At this point, I feel like WCU has almost played enough games against SEC teams to get provisional league membership.

Arkansas

7:15 p.m. ET

LSU

ESPN

This series is one of the more underrated ones in the conference because when the teams are relatively close in quality, weird things tend to happen. This one could get crazy.

BYU

7:30 p.m. ET

Missouri

SEC Network

This one is being played in Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, and the large LDS presence around KC means it may not be a true home environment for Mizzou. This, of course, is the first game after the MU football team participated in the protest against the school's now-former president, so there will probably be more national attention on this contest than there otherwise would be.