SEC Football: Week 2 Schedule, Picks, Previews

    Week 2 SEC football schedule, picks, and previews, including Tennessee vs. Oklahoma, LSU vs. Mississippi State, and Kentucky vs. South Carolina.

    September 11, 2015

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    A total of 10 SEC football teams will take the field in Week 2 ranked in the top 25 –  a record for any conference in one week. 

    No. 6 Auburn gets the festivities underway on Saturday with a 12:00 p.m. ET kickoff against Jacksonville State.

    No. 10 Georgia visits Vanderbilt and No. 17 Ole Miss hosts Fresno State at 3:30 p.m. ET.

    At 6:00 p.m. ET is when things really crank up. No. 23 Tennessee hosts Bob Stoops and the No. 19 Oklahoma Sooners in Knoxville. The Vols are looking for their first win against a ranked non-conference opponent since 2008.

    Saturday’s slate of games will be capped off with a top 25 showdown between No. 25 Mississippi State and No. 14 LSU in Starkville. The Bulldogs defeated the Tigers, 34-29, last season in Baton Rouge for their first win in the series since 1999.

    The rest of the Week 2 SEC football schedule is listed below, as well as picks and previews.

    Week 2 SEC Football Schedule

    Saturday, September 12

    12:00 PM Jacksonville State at No. 6 Auburn, SEC Network

    3:30 PM No. 10 Georgia at Vanderbilt, CBS

    3:30 PM Fresno State at No. 17 Ole Miss, ESPN2

    4:00 PM Middle Tennessee State at No. 2 Alabama, SEC Network

    4:00 PM Toledo at No. 18 Arkansas, SEC Network, SEC Network +

    6:00 PM No. 19 Oklahoma at No. 23 Tennessee, ESPN

    7:00 PM Ball State at No. 16 Texas A&M, ESPNU

    7:00 PM No. 21 Missouri at Arkansas State, ESPN3

    7:00 PM ECU at Florida, ESPN2

    7:30 PM Kentucky at South Carolina, SEC Network

    9:15 PM No. 14 LSU at No. 25 Mississippi State, ESPN

    Week 2 SEC Football Picks & Predictions

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