ESPNU to replay the ‘Top 25 games of 2013’ in July, plenty of SEC games to relive

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With SEC Media Days just two weeks out, it’s almost time to officially flip the switch to the 2014 season. But before we do, ESPNU will re-broadcast the top 25 games of 2013, and it’s a 12-day marathon that begins on Monday, July 21.

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Ten SEC games will be shown over the marathon:

23: Alabama 49, Texas A&M 42
Re-airdate: July 22, 7:00 p.m. ET

20: Georgia 44, LSU 41
Re-airdate: July 23, 10:00 p.m. ET

17: Auburn 45, Texas A&M 41
Re-airdate: July 25, 7:00 p.m. ET

15: Georgia 34, Tennessee 31 (OT)
Re-airdate: July 28, 7:00 p.m. ET

11: Ole Miss 39, Vanderbilt 35
Re-airdate: July 29, 10:00 p.m. ET

7: South Carolina 27, Missouri 24 (OT)
Re-airdate: July 31, 10:00 p.m. ET

ESPN also let the fans vote on the top five games, and the outcome isn’t known yet. However, four of the five were SEC games:

  • Auburn vs. Alabama
  • Florida State vs. Auburn
  • Ohio State vs. Michigan
  • Texas A&M vs. Duke
  • Auburn vs. Georgia

I would rank those games as follows:

  • 5. Texas A&M vs. Duke
  • 4. Ohho State vs. Michigan
  • 3. Florida State vs. Auburn
  • 2. Auburn vs. Georgia
  • 1. Auburn vs. Alabama

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  • Typo there in your top5. I believe you meant Ohno State ;-)

    • Hey that’s THE Ohno state university!

      • Not sure why you guys are so down on Ohio state. They were better. They killed Wisconsin and we know how Wisconsin did in their bowl game. Before long the acc, pac 12, and big ten may do the same and beat most our sec teams. Even Missouri who historically had been mediocore in the pack 12 beats most our sec teams. I hate to say it but it looks like the pendulum is swinging and before long we will no longer be on top. The past 10 years were great though.

    • Not sure why you guys are so down on Ohio state. They were better. They killed Wisconsin and we know how Wisconsin did in their bowl game. Before long the acc, pac 12, and big ten may do the same and beat most our sec teams. Even Missouri who historically had been mediocore in the pack 12 beats most our sec teams. I hate to say it but it looks like the pendulum is swinging and before long we will no longer be on top. The past 10 years were great though.

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