Other games being televised that weekend involving SEC teams are Kentucky at Vanderbilt on the SEC Network (11:21 a.m. Central), Florida at South Carolina on CBS (3:30 p.m. Eastern), Louisiana Tech at LSU on ESPNU (6 p.m. Central) and Troy at Arkansas on CSS (6:30 p.m. Central). Two additional games -- Alabama at Mississippi State and Auburn at Georgia -- are being selected after this weekend's results for telecast on either ESPN or ESPN2.
11 a.m. kickoff for UT, Ole Miss
The Vols lead the series against the Rebels 43-18-1, having won the last 12 games. Tennessee is 3-0 all time in Oxford, with wins in 1951 (46-21), 1988 (20-12) and 2004 (21-17). Vols assistant head coach Ed Orgeron was the Ole Miss head coach in 2005 when UT defeated the Rebels 27-10 in Knoxville.
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