Published September 16, 2012 - 1:07pmNEW: Follow on facebook -
Here is the complete SEC football week 4 schedule with game times and TV information.
Saturday, September 22nd
Ole Miss (-15) at Tulane, 12:00 PM ET, FSN
Coming off the loss to Texas, Ole Miss looks to get back on track against Tulane prior to entering the meat of their SEC schedule.
Kentucky at Florida (-24), 12:21 PM ET, SEC Network
Florida is coming off back-to-back big road wins while Kentucky is reeling a bit after losing to Western Kentucky. Look for Florida to get an easy win this week.
Missouri at South Carolina (-10), 3:30 PM ET, CBS
Potentially the game of the week, this SEC East matchup features two teams with banged up quarterbacks. This one could be closer than the Vegas experts think.
- South Carolina vs. Missouri preview
- 5 keys to a Missouri upset
- Will this be Missouri’s coming out party?
FAU at Alabama (-50), 4:00 PM ET, PPV
Alabama gets a week off after steam rolling Arkansas.
Rutgers at Arkansas (-7), 7:00 PM ET, ESPNU
Yet another crucial game for Arkansas. Rutgers is a good team with a good defense and stout running game. If Tyler Wilson doesn’t play, this one could be trouble. If Wilson plays, it still might be trouble. Can the Hogs prevent the season from spiraling out of control?
LSU (-20) at Auburn, 7:00 PM ET, ESPN
This SEC West matchup will always be intriguing but it features two teams that are in different places right now. LSU seems to be cruising – though we’ve yet to see them tested – while Auburn looks like it could be a long season.
South Alabama at Mississippi State (-34.5), 7:00 PM ET, TBD
Mississippi State will look to continue their undefeated season with an easy win over South Alabama.
S.C. State at Texas A&M, 7:00 PM ET, FSN
The Aggies get another easy win to continue to tune up before entering SEC West play.
Akron at Tennessee (-35), 7:30 PM ET, CSS
The Vols will look to rebound after their devastating loss against Florida last week. Tennessee needs to get their mind right in this game and prepare for a long season ahead.
Vanderbilt at Georgia (-15.5), 7:45 PM ET, ESPN2
Vanderbilt tends to play Georgia tough, so this game could be closer than we think. I want to see how the Dawgs look at home against another SEC East team.
Outside the SEC:
Clemson at Florida State (-14), 8:00 PM ET, ABC
ESPN College GameDay is broadcasting in Tallahassee for this game. FSU is considered a potential candidate for making the BCS Championship Game.
Oklahoma (-14) vs Kansas State, 7:30 PM ET, FOX
Oklahoma is another team to watch as they potentially win the Big 12 and get into the BCS.
Michigan at Notre Dame (-6), 7:30 PM ET, NBC
This game doesn’t interest me a lot, but it might you. Notre Dame is currently 3-0 after beating Michigan State last week.
Bonus: for all you new Louisiana-Monroe fans these days, they are playing Baylor on Friday night on ESPN.