Published September 2, 2012 - 3:28pm
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Here is the complete SEC football week 2 schedule with game times and TV information.
Saturday, September 8th
Georgia State at Tennessee, 4:00 PM ET, ESPN3.com
After a big non-conference win to start the season, Derek Dooley has a little buzz around his team in Knoxville. They get an easy tune-up game before facing off against Florida in week 3.
Auburn at Mississippi State (-3), 12:00 PM ET, ESPN
Both Auburn and Mississippi State are not SEC West favorites, but each team has plenty of athletes. If you recall this game from last year, it was a nail biter. It should be a great way to kick off conference play this year.
East Carolina at South Carolina (-21.5), 12:21 PM ET, SEC Network
The Gamecocks got out of Nashville with an ugly win and a banged up quarterback. This week, look for Spurrier to try and keep Shaw somewhat healthy and tune up a few things.
Florida at Texas A&M (-1.5), 3:30 PM ET, ESPN
The first SEC game for the Aggies also is the first game of the 2012 season with the opening matchup against La Tech getting postponed. ESPN GameDay will be in College Station, and Herbstreit/Musburger will be calling this ESPN featured game. Florida did not impress in week 1, and this game could go either way.
- A&M fans talk trash via a Gainesville billboard
- Florida vs Texas A&M Preview
- Judgement day looms for A&M
Western Kentucky at Alabama (-40), 3:30 PM ET, SEC Network
Alabama gets a scrimmage after its rout of Michigan.
UTEP at Ole Miss (-7.5), 7:00 PM ET, FSN
Hugh Freeze got his team to play a solid second half during week 1. This is another important game for the Rebs.
Washington at LSU (-23.5), 7:00 PM ET, ESPN
This is an interesting non-conference game that should be an easy win for the talented LSU team, but will be the first game most fans around the country see of the 2012 Tigers. I’m looking forward to this one.
Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas (-30.5), 7:00 PM ET, ESPNU
This game should provide some more opportunity for Arkansas offensive fireworks. Another easy win for the Hogs.
Kent State at Kentucky (-7), 7:30 PM ET, CSS
An important game for Kentucky. Hopefully, Kent State will return another punt the wrong way against the Cats.
Georgia (-2) at Missouri, 7:45 PM ET, ESPN2
The other huge game of the day for SEC newcomers. This game should provide a bunch of offense. This game could be closer than many expect.
Vanderbilt (-3.5) at Northwestern, 8:00 PM ET, Big Ten Network
This is a very big game for James Franklin. He needs to get this ‘W’. Northwestern is not a push over. What’s up with airing an SEC game on the Big Ten Network?