In the final moments of Alabama's 10-0 shutout win at LSU, Verne Lundquist announced that the SEC on CBS would be traveling to Athens, Georgia, for Auburn at Georgia on Nov. 12. The league issued a six-day hold on making its television decisions for Week 11, officially naming that traditional crossover rivalry and Florida-South Carolina as the two games for the late-season doubleheader on CBS.
Florida-South Carolina certainly has much more intrigue for the SEC East title race as the Gators suffered their second conference loss of the season at Arkansas on Saturday. The 31-10 loss not only delayed clinching the SEC East by at least a week but made that task more difficult with injuries to several key players. The Gators can return to Atlanta with wins against both South Carolina and LSU, but one more loss brings Tennessee back into the mix.
Auburn was lucky to escape with a victory after a last-minute panic at quarterback was averted when Sean White (shoulder) checked into the game to replace John Franklin III and led the Tigers to a victory against Vanderbilt. Auburn is still a threat to Alabama in the SEC West as long as it enters the Iron Bowl with only one conference loss, and doing so will require beating Georgia in Athens next Saturday in the SEC on CBS Game of the Week.
SEC kickoff times and TV info (Week 11 -- Nov. 12)
South Carolina at Florida (Noon ET, CBS)
Mississippi State at Alabama (Noon ET, ESPN)
Kentucky at Tennessee (Noon ET, SEC Network)
Auburn at Georgia (3:30 p.m. ET, CBS)
Vanderbilt at Missouri (3:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
LSU at Arkansas (7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Ole Miss at Texas A&M (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)