SEC Week 5 Game Times Announced, As Alabama And Ole Miss Lead The Way

The SEC has released game times for October 2nd, Week Five of the college football season. The highlight game of the week will be Lane Kiffin traveling to Alabama to meet his former boss Nick Saban. The other game that could be big for the conference is Arkansas traveling to Georgia.

Now, depending on how LSU fares in Starkville this weekend, the matchup against Auburn could end up being pivotal for Ed Orgeron. Florida traveling to Kentucky could be another interesting matchup, especially if they both come out of the upcoming weekend unscathed.

Here are your times for all October 2nd games:

Tennessee @ Missouri: 12 PM ET on SEC Network

Arkansas @ Georgia: 12 PM ET on ESPN

Ole Miss @ Alabama: 3:30 PM ET on CBS

Troy @ South Carolina: 3:30 PM ET on SEC Network

Florida @ Kentucky: Either 6PM ET on ESPN2 or 7PM on SEC Network

Mississippi State @ Texas A&M: Either 6PM ET on ESPN2 or 7PM on SEC Network

UConn @ Vanderbilt: 7:30 ET on ESPNU

Auburn @ LSU: 9 PM ET on ESPN

Talk about a stacked lineup, especially with the game in Lexington and Baton Rouge followed by a showdown in Tuscaloosa.

Plan ahead for another wild weekend in the SEC and make sure to pay attention to for all of your betting needs.

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