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SEC College Football Schedule Preview, Week 11: South Carolina-Florida, Georgia-Auburn, Mississippi St.-Alabama

Your week 11 SEC football schedule. All times EST. 

Mississippi Rebels at Tennessee Volunteers, noon, CBS: If you're not rooting for poor Derek Dooley to get his first SEC win over Houston Nutt and Jeremiah Masoli, your Vols hate is far more pronounced than anyone realized. Is Ole Miss' defense just bad enough for even Tennessee to put some points on the board?

Vanderbilt Commodores at Kentucky Wildcats, 12:21, SEC Network and ESPN3: The most 12:21 game we've seen all year?

Georgia Bulldogs at No. 2 Auburn Tigers, 3:30, CBS: The Dawgs can earn bowl eligibility and possibly knock their oldest rival out of the SEC Championship Game or even BCS title game with a win here. I said can, not will.

UTEP Miners at No. 15 Arkansas Razorbacks, 7, ESPNU: See below.

Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks at No. 5 LSU Tigers, 7, ESPN3: At least we only get two of these games this week, as opposed to last week's uncoordinated middle school bake sale where everybody ended up bringing the same pastel shades of pink and yellow cupcakes.

No. 23 South Carolina Gamecocks at No. 22 Florida Gators, 7:15, ESPN and ESPN3: The SEC East Championship Game in Gainesville, Florida! Steve Spurrier takes on his old team! Urban Meyer's two-week-old offense: so many snap-recipients! A blue-out! Oh no, a blue-out.

No. 19 Mississippi St. Bulldogs at No. 12 Alabama Crimson Tide, 7:15, ESPN2 and ESPN3: Show of hands, everybody who foresaw Missy State being ranked within ten spots of the Tide at this point in the season. Westdawgs, we like you, but we would not want to be you next week.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.