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SEC Football Schedule, Week 10: LSU Vs. Alabama Play In Game Of Year

The SEC's tenth week of 2011 is headlined by a crucial LSU Vs. Alabama game.

It's a showdown that college football fans have been eagerly looking forward to for weeks. On Saturday, the No. 1 ranked LSU Tigers will travel to take on the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide. Both of these teams are 8-0 overall and 5-0 within the SEC. The stakes for this game simply couldn't be much higher, as one of these teams will walk away with a devastating first loss of the season, and will possibly see their hopes for a national title go up in smoke.

It's all been building to this since the opening day of the season, and Division I die-hards have certainly had this day in the schedule circles for some time now.

LSU Vs. Alabama may seem like the only SEC game this week, but we have your full division schedule right here. All games take place on Saturday, November 5.

LSU at Alabama

Game time: 8:00 pm ET

TV channel: CBS

Spread: Alabama favored by 4.5

Series history: Alabama leads, 44-23-5

No. 9 South Carolina at No. 7 Arkansas

Game time: 7:15 pm ET

TV Channel: ESPN

Spread: Arkansas favored by 5.5

Series history: Arkansas leads, 12-7

Vanderbilt at Florida

Game time: 12:21 pm ET

TV Channel: SEC Network

Spread: Florida favored by 13.5

Series history: Florida leads, 33-9-2

New Mexico State at No. 18 Georgia

Game time: 12:30 pm ET

TV Channel: ESPN3

Spread: Georgia favored by 34

Series history: Georgia leads, 3-0

Ole Miss at Kentucky

Game time: 3:30 pm ET

TV Channel: ESPNU

Spread: Mississippi favored by 2

Series history: Mississippi leads, 27-13-1

Middle Tennessee at Tennessee

Game time: 7:00 pm ET

TV Channel: ESPN3

Spread: Tennessee favored by 21.5

Series history: Tennessee leads, 1-0

Tennessee-Martin at Mississippi State

Game time: 7:30 pm ET

TV Channel: ESPN3

Spread: Mississippi favored by 32

Series history: N/A

Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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