Tigers, Tide to meet in primetime
BATON ROUGE - The annual meeting between SEC Western Division superpowers LSU and Alabama is scheduled to appear in primetime on Nov. 7.
The SEC and CBS announced the 7 p.m. kickoff time Monday. It'll be the sixth-straight time the Tigers and Crimson Tide have met under the bright lights of primetime television.
LSU comes into the game with a perfect record while Alabama enters the Tuscaloosa meeting with a 7-1 record, marred by a solitary defeat at the hands of Ole Miss.
Other SEC action on TV for that Saturday includes:
SEC Network / ESPN or ESPN2 * - 11 a.m. CT - Vanderbilt at Florida OR Kentucky at Georgia
CBS - 2:30 p.m. CT - Arkansas at Ole Miss
SEC Network - 3 p.m. CT - South Carolina at Tennessee
SEC Network - 6:30 p.m. CT - Auburn at Texas A&M
CBS - 7 p.m. CT - LSU at Alabama
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