SEC football capsules

dshirley@macon.comAugust 27, 2013 

Thursday

North Carolina at South Carolina

Time/TV: 6 p.m./ESPN.

Series record: North Carolina leads 34-17-4.

Last meeting: South Carolina won 21-15 in 2007.

Mississippi at Vanderbilt

Time/TV: 9:15 p.m./ESPN.

Series record: Mississippi leads 47-38-2.

Last meeting: Vanderbilt won 27-26 in 2012.

Saturday

Rice at Texas A&M

Time/TV: Noon/ESPN.

Series record: Texas A&M leads 50-27-2.

Last meeting: Texas A&M won 17-10 in 1995.

Toledo at Florida

Time/TV: 12:21 p.m./WGXA-FOX.

Series record: First meeting.

Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma State

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./ABC.

Series record: Tied 2-2.

Last meeting: Mississippi State won 29-11 in 1999.

Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas

Time/TV: 4 p.m./SportSouth.

Series record: Arkansas leads 4-0.

Last meeting: Arkansas won 24-17 in 2002.

Alabama vs. Virginia Tech

Time/TV: 5:30 p.m./ESPN.

Series record: Alabama leads 11-1.

Last meeting: Alabama won 34-24 in 2009

Austin Peay at Tennessee 

Time/TV: 7 p.m./No TV.

Series record: First meeting.

Washington State at Auburn

Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPNU.

Series record: Auburn leads 1-0.

Last meeting: Auburn won 40-14 in 2006.

Western Kentucky vs. Kentucky 

Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPNews.

Series record: Kentucky leads 3-1.

Last meeting: Western Kentucky won 32-31 in 2012.

Murray State at Missouri

Time/TV: 7 p.m./No TV.

Series record: Missouri leads 1-0.

Last meeting: Missouri won 47-7 in 2006.

Georgia at Clemson

Time/TV: 8 p.m./ABC.

Series record: Georgia leads 41-17-4.

Last meeting: Georgia won 30-0 in 2003.

LSU vs. TCU

Time/TV: 9 p.m./ESPN.

Series record: LSU leads 5-2-1.

Last meeting: LSU won 10-7 in 1968.

 

 

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