SEC capsules

dshirley@macon.comNovember 27, 2013 

Thursday

Mississippi at Mississippi State

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

Records: Mississippi 7-4, 3-4 SEC; Mississippi State 5-6, 2-5.

Series record: Mississippi leads 61-42-6.

Last meeting: Mississippi won 41-24 in 2012.

Friday

Arkansas at LSU

Time/TV: 2:30 p.m./CBS.

Records: Arkansas 3-8, 0-7; LSU 8-3, 4-3.

Series record: LSU leads 36-20-2.

Last meeting: LSU won 20-13 in 2012.

Saturday

Florida State at Florida

Time/TV: Noon/ESPN.

Records: Florida State 11-0, Florida 4-7.

Series record: Florida 34-21-2.

Last meeting: Florida won 37-26 in 2012.

Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

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

Records: Wake Forest 4-7, Vanderbilt 7-4.

Series record: Vanderbilt lead 9-6.

Last meeting: Vanderbilt won 55-21 in 2012.

Alabama at Auburn

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

Records: Alabama 11-0, 7-0; Auburn 10-1, 6-1.

Series record: Alabama leads 42-34-1.

Last meeting: Alabama won 49-0 in 2012.

Georgia at Georgia Tech

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

Records: Georgia 7-4, Georgia Tech 7-4.

Series record: Georgia leads 63-39-5.

Last meeting: Georgia won 42-10 in 2012.

Tennessee at Kentucky

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

Records: Tennessee 4-7, 1-6; Kentucky 2-9, 0-7.

Series record: Tennessee leads 75-24-9.

Last meeting: Tennessee won 37-17 in 2012.

Clemson at South Carolina

Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPN2.

Records: Clemson 10-1, South Carolina 9-2.

Series record: Clemson leads 65-41-4.

Last meeting: South Carolina won 27-17 in 2012.

Texas A&M at Missouri

Time/TV: 7:45 p.m./ESPN.

Records: Texas A&M 8-3, 4-3; Missouri 10-1, 6-1.

Series record: Texas A&M leads 8-5.

Last meeting: Texas A&M won 59-29 in 2012.

 

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