clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

SEC Football Week 3 Schedule, TV Times, and How to Watch

New, 2 comments

It's a loaded slate, finally.

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Ole Miss

9:15 p.m. ET

Alabama

ESPN

The Crimson Tide is looking for revenge, while the Rebels are hoping to establish themselves in the season's top tier with a huge road win.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

Nevada

Noon ET

Texas A and M

SEC Network

The Aggies continue taking it easy after their big opening win.

UConn

Noon ET

Missouri

ESPN

Don't screw this up, Mizzou. We don't need another "Indiana SEC East champs" situation on our hands.

Auburn

3:30 p.m. ET

LSU

CBS

With suspect quarterback play on both sides, this game could turn into an ugly affair with both sides just trying to ground out a win with the run game.

Northwestern State

4 p.m. ET

Miss State

SEC Network

The Bulldogs get a chance to lick their wounds and work on some things against the FCS's Northwestern State.

Austin Peay

4 p.m. ET

Vanderbilt

SECN Alternate

Austin Peay presents one of two fairly sure opportunities for the Commodores to get a win.

South Carolina

6 p.m. ET

Georgia

ESPN

Georgia has looked the best of these two teams, has the best player, and is at home. South Carolina just lost at home to Kentucky. So naturally, UGA fans are scared to death of this one.

Western Carolina

7 p.m. ET

Tennessee

ESPNU

Whenever an SEC team needs schedule filler, Western Carolina is there.

Texas Tech

7 p.m. ET

Arkansas

ESPN2

Arkansas won this game last year by bulldozing the Tech front. Well, it couldn't bulldoze Toledo last week. It had better think up something else, especially given the big pass plays the Razorbacks allowed to the Rockets too.

Florida

7:30 p.m. ET

Kentucky

SEC Network

Kentucky is looking to break a 28-year losing streak to Florida. With the Wildcats riding high after beating South Carolina, the Gators humbled by a close win over ECU, and the game in Lexington, there have seldom been occasions in the last 28 years where it looked like Kentucky had this good of a shot to win it.