Following a successful opening weekend for the Southeastern Conference week, two gets underway on Saturday for all fourteen members.
Week two in the SEC will have five interesting matchups including two massive SEC East battles.
We start with the two massive SEC East battles that take place on Saturday afternoon. We have a game with a massive winning streak on the line, and the other has two teams that are dueling for a spot to represent the SEC East in the SEC Championship game,
In a game that has been one of the most anticipated all summer long as the road to Atlanta runs thick through this game. Georgia and South Carolina take the field at 2:30 on CBS in a huge matchup. This is the first year in seasons that the Gamecocks stack up toe for toe with the Bulldogs.
South Carolina will look to snap a three-game losing streak on Saturday at Williams Brice Stadium will be rocking.
In a game that pits the Kentucky Wildcats and the Florida Gators in Gainesville. Kentucky heads into the game with the Gators with the shadow of an ugly 31 game losing streak and will take the field Saturday to make Kentucky football history. Three out of the last four meetings between these two have been decided by six points or less, including a one-point game last season in Lexington.
Florida will be heading into the game with Kentucky as a heavy double-digit favorite.
The game kicks off at 6:30 on the SEC Network
Vanderbilt takes the field with Nevada on Saturday from Vanderbilt stadium. Vanderbilt came out last weekend with a statement win over MTSU and will look to carry the momentum into this weekend as Nevada comes to town.
The game will kick off at 11:00 on the SEC Network.
An early kickoff for the Mississippi State Bulldogs as they travel to Kansas State to take on Bill Snyder and his Wildcats. In an SEC and Big 12 battle, this game catches the eye of College Football fans across the country. Mississippi State will look to make a huge statement with a massive road win. The Bulldogs will take the field as a six-point favorite.
The Wildcats and Bulldogs will kickoff at 11:00 on ESPN.
Prediction: Mississippi State 28 – Kansas State 21
Now onto the game of the day in College Football. Mighty Clemson travels to College Station to take on the Texas A&M Fighting Aggies. With College Gameday coming to town the environment is bound to be electric.
The key for the Aggies is to limit the time of possession for Clemson and control the front line.
The Aggies will have their hands full on Saturday night, but if A&M can keep it within a touchdown Aggie fans would consider that a win heading into the rest of the season.
Prediction: Clemson 42 – Texas A&M 35
Texas A&M and Clemson will kick off at 6:00 on ESPN
With a wild day ahead in the SEC fans across the south will be in for a treat with several huge games today. The SEC will look to carry last week’s success into this week and pull off yet another impressive weekend for the conference.
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