SEC football capsules

dshirley@macon.comSeptember 4, 2013 

Florida at Miami

Time/TV: Noon/ESPN.

Records: Florida 1-0, Miami 1-0.

Series record: Miami leads 28-26.

Last meeting: Florida won 26-3 in 2008.

Miami-Ohio at Kentucky

Time/TV: Noon/SportSouth.

Records: Miami 0-1, Kentucky 0-1.

Series record: Kentucky leads 7-4-1.

Last meeting: Kentucky won 42-0 in 2009.

Western Kentucky at Tennessee

Time/TV: 12:21/WGXA-ABC.

Records: Western Kentucky 1-0, Tennessee 1-0

Series record: Tennessee leads 1-0.

Last meeting: Tennessee won 63-7 in 2009.

Alcorn State at Mississippi State

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./Cox Sports TV.

Records: Alcorn State 1-0, Mississippi State 0-1

Series record: Mississippi State leads 1-0.

Last meeting: Mississippi State won 49-16 in 2010.

Toledo at Missouri

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

Records: Toledo 0-1, Missouri 1-0.

Series record: First meeting.

South Carolina at Georgia

Time/TV: 4:30 p.m./ESPN.

Records: South Carolina 1-0, 0-0 SEC; Georgia 0-1, 0-0.

Series record: Georgia leads 46-17-2.

Last meeting:  South Carolina won 35-7 in 2012.

Samford at Arkansas

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

Records: Samford 1-0, Arkansas 1-0.

Series record: First meeting.


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

Records: UAB 0-1, LSU 1-0.

Series record: UAB leads 1-0.

Last meeting: UAB won 13-10 in 2000.

Southeast Missouri State at Mississippi

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

Records: Southeast Missouri State 0-1, Mississippi 1-0

Series record: First meeting.

Sam Houston State at Texas A&M

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

Records: Sam Houston State 1-0, Texas A&M 1-0.

Series record: Texas A&M leads 11-0.

Last meeting: Texas A&M won 47-28 in 2012.

Arkansas State at Auburn

Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./SportSouth.

Records: Arkansas State 1-0, Auburn 1-0.

Series record: Auburn leads 2-0.

Last meeting: Auburn won 52-26 in 2010.

Austin Peay at Vanderbilt

Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./Cox Sports TV.

Records: Austin Peay 0-1, Vanderbilt 0-1.

Series record: First meeting.



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