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SEC Releases TV Schedule For November 12th

The Southeastern Conference has released the television schedule for Saturday, November 12th today, but a number of games are still up in the air and won’t be decided until this coming Sunday.

Here’s are the games and the possible start times (all times Eastern):

Kentucky at Vanderbilt
12:21pm on SEC Network

Western Kentucky at LSU
7:00pm on ESPNU

Louisiana Tech at Ole Miss
7:30pm on CSS

And then it gets messy.  These four games:

Alabama at Mississippi State

Tennessee at Arkansas

Auburn at Georgia

Florida at South Carolina

… could fall into any of these four TV slots:

12:00pm on CBS

3:30pm on CBS

6:00pm on ESPN2

7:45pm on ESPN



Can I just say this is getting ridiculous! This uncertainty regarding the schedule is crazy. I know the networks pay big bucks for the TV rights and they want to get the most bang for their buck with attractive match-ups on TV, but keeping people in the dark only 6 days before the game is not cool. I hope when they renegotiate the TV contract they can come up with a better solution. I'd like to see a more normalized scheule like the NFL. Its real frustrating for a person who wants to take their family to the games. There is a big difference between a late morning/ early afternoon game and a night game when it comes to planning.


what is the selection order?



I haven't checked -- I will do so -- but CBS 3:30 will be the first pick followed, I believe, by ESPN 7:45, ESPN2 6:00 and CBS 12:00.

If Bama beats LSU and there are no other major upsets this week, I'd think the picks would go as follows:

Alabama-Mississippi State for CBS 3:30 (CBS tends to go with #1 whenever possible)
Auburn-Georgia and Florida-Carolina would fit into the ESPN/ESPN2 slots in some order
Arkansas-Tennessee would likely be the noon kickoff on CBS (11am Fayetteville time).

Just a guess.

Thanks for reading,


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