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SEC Football Week 4 Schedule, TV Times, and How to Watch

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It's not as good a slate as last week, but the league games are intriguing.

Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Tennessee

3:30 p.m. ET

Florida

CBS

Tennessee had a really great first half against Oklahoma, but it couldn't seal the deal in the second. That game might have been a good dry run for the team before kicking off SEC play on the road in Gainesville. The loss to OU didn't count in the division standings, but this one does. With as good as Georgia has looked in a couple of its games so far, winning the East will be tough for the Vols if they don't get this one.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

Southern

Noon ET

Georgia

SEC Network

The Bulldogs get one more tune up game before their showdown with Alabama.

LSU

Noon p.m. ET

Syracuse

ESPN

The Tigers are going a long way from home for this one, but I doubt Leonard Fournette cares.

UCF

Noon ET

South Carolina

ESPNU

UCF just lost at home to Furman, and it's fallen to FIU as well. If the Gamecocks don't win this one, it's a sign they're not making a bowl this year.

Louisiana-Monroe

4 p.m. ET

Alabama

SEC Network

Remember all that stuff last week about Nick Saban and revenge games? Feel free to recycle that this week.

Vanderbilt

7 p.m. ET

Ole Miss

ESPNU

I'd have made this the Game of the Week and I'd be ringing the upset alert alarm as the new and improved Vandy defense makes this a potential letdown game for the Rebels. Or, it would be a potential letdown game if I thought the Commodores would score more than ten offensive points.

Texas A and M

7 p.m. ET

Arkansas

ESPN

It's a prove-it game for both teams. Arkansas desperately needs a win to get back on track, and this is the Aggies' first true road game first conference game.

Missouri

7:30 p.m. ET

Kentucky

SEC Network

Both starting quarterbacks have a lot to prove in this one.

Miss State

7:30 p.m. ET

Auburn

ESPN2

Auburn is test driving a new quarterback, while MSU is looking to avoid an 0-2 start in conference play.