ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 19: Brandon Harton #20 of the Georgia Bulldogs rushes against the Kentucky Wildcats at Sanford Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Its rivalry week around the SEC with Arkansas-LSU, Alabama-Auburn and Georgia-Georgia Tech highlighting this week's action.
Friday, November 25
No. 3 Arkansas Razorbacks Vs. No. 1 LSU Tigers, CBS, 2:30 PM: A date in the SEC Championship game is at stake for the LSU Tigers on Friday when they host Arkansas. If the Razorbacks could pull the upset then the western division's participant in the championship game would depend on the outcome of the Alabama-Auburn game and the BCS Standings.
Saturday, November 26
No. 13 Georgia Bulldogs Vs. No. 23 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, ESPN, 12 PM: Georgia has already clinched a spot in the SEC Championship game and now prepares to take on in-state rival Georgia Tech. The Bulldogs enter the game with a nine game winning streak and are looking to close out the regular season with their tenth straight after losing its first two games.
Tennessee Volunteers Vs. Kentucky Wildcats, SEC Network/ESPN 3, 12:21 PM: Tennessee and Kentucky will battle to see who finishes last in the SEC Eastern division. The Volunteers are looking to get to the .500 mark on the season and to become bowl eligible. Joker Philips and Kentucky are looking to end the season on a positive note.
No. 2 Alabama Vs. No. 24 Auburn Tigers, CBS, 3:30 PM: There is a lot riding on this year's Alabama-Auburn game particularly for the Crimson Tide who could find themselves in the BCS Title game without having to play in the SEC Championship. Auburn would love nothing better than to play spoiler against their in-state rival.
Vanderbilt Commodores Vs. Wake Forest, ESPNU, 3:30 PM: Like Tennessee, Vanderbilt is seeking its sixth win of the season and will look to finish its season on a positive note in James Franklin's first year on the sidelines as head coach. Wake Forest was the surprise team in the ACC finishing with a 5-3 conference mark good enough for second place in the ACC Atlantic division.
Florida State Seminoles Vs. Florida Gators, ESPN 2, 7 PM: The Gators aren't accustomed to being out of the conference championship picture but that is the reality for Will Muschamp's squad. They can perhaps improve their bowl positioning against the Seminoles who had an up and down season themselves in the ACC.
Ole Miss Rebels Vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs, ESPNU, 7PM: It has been a lost year for the state of Mississippi in the SEC. The Rebels look to avoid going winless in conference play in Houston Nutt's last game on the sideline. Mississippi State didn't live up to some lofty expectations but can get bowl eligible with a win over the Rebels.
No. 17 Clemson Vs. No. 12 South Carolina, ESPN, 7:45 PM: Clemson is going to the ACC Championship game while South Carolina feels like it should be representing the SEC East in the SEC Championship game. Instead the Gamecocks will try to hand Clemson its second straight loss and hopefully improve its bowl standing along the way.