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Believe it or not, the Georgia Bulldogs aren't the only SEC team playing a college football game this Saturday. Join in the discussion of what the rest of the league is doing.
Because you printed off RedCrake's handy college football television schedule like a good American, you know that the noon hour will see SEC games galore. These are they:
ESPN will air a clash of ranked teams when the Mississippi St. Bulldogs collide with the Texas A&M Aggies, while, on the Deuce, the Missouri Tigers will seek to score a victory for all that is right and good when they cross paths with the Florida Gators. The Vanderbilt Commodores will look to take another step toward a bowl game against the Kentucky Wildcats on ESPNU, and the Tennessee Volunteers will tussle with the Troy Trojans on Fox Sports South. Finally, the Arkansas Razorbacks hope to salvage their season against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane on what I still insist upon calling Jefferson-Pilot, for the same reason I still insist upon calling it the Poulan Weed-Eater Independence Bowl.
That ought to give you plenty to occupy your attention while you're killing time waiting for the homecoming game to kick off in Sanford Stadium, so dive into the comment thread.