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SEC Football Week 13 Schedule, TV Times, and How to Watch

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It's rivalry week in the SEC.

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Florida State

Sat., 7:30 p.m. ET

Florida

ESPN

It's got a chance to be thoroughly unwatchable, and yet it still is the Game of the Week. It's the only matchup involving two top 15 teams, with Florida at No. 12 and FSU at No. 13 in the selection committee rankings. It's also the only game where both participants have a chance to finish the season with fewer than three losses. So yeah, let's call it the Game of the Week, even if it has a chance to set offense back a couple of decades.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27

Missouri

2:30 p.m. ET

Arkansas

CBS

It's a strength vs. strength matchup between the Arkansas offense and the Missouri defense to get you through the afternoon as you work your way through leftovers. It could be Gary Pinkel's last game if Mizzou loses and falls to 5-7, although this year's ridiculous bowl glut will probably result in some number of 5-7 teams getting postseason bids anyway.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28

Clemson

Noon ET

South Carolina

ESPN

The Gamecocks have already defeated one ACC Championship Game participant in North Carolina. Can they make it two? (Hint: no.)

Georgia

Noon ET

Georgia Tech

ESPN2

The Mark Richt hot seat chatter has died down some, but it'll spin right back up if the Bulldogs give the Yellow Jackets what would be only their fourth win on the year.

Louisville

Noon ET

Kentucky

SEC Network

The Wildcats are 5-6, and you know the Cardinals would love to win this and prevent Kentucky from reaching guaranteed bowl eligibility.

Alabama

3:30 p.m. ET

Auburn

CBS

If Gus Malzahn's magic or luck or whatever hasn't run out, here would be a time to use it. An Auburn upset would throw the College Football Playoff picture into disarray and open up the West to Ole Miss (if it can win the Egg Bowl).

Vanderbilt

4 p.m. ET

Tennessee

SEC Network

A Vandy win here would cement the feeling of momentum that's been building in Nashville through the year, and a Tennessee loss would renew September's gnashing of teeth about Butch Jones. However a UT win would make an 8-4 record, which is clearer progress over 2014's 6-6 regular season finish than 7-5 would be.

Ole Miss

7:15 p.m. ET

Miss State

ESPN2

Should Auburn pull off the, let's say, improbable, then this game puts the SEC West on the line for the Rebels. Even without those stakes, the winner of this one could make the Sugar Bowl if Bama wins out and Florida loses out.

LSU

7:30 p.m. ET

Texas A and M

SEC Network

This is the first time for John Chavis facing his old team, but it might be his only time facing his old boss.