SEC Football Schedule, Game Times For Week 7

The SEC kicks off the Week 7 schedule on Thursday night with a showdown in the Bluegrass State between Kentucky and the visiting Auburn Tigers. Auburn has been one of this season’s biggest disappointments, struggling on both offense and defense after having national title aspirations entering the season.

On Saturday, No. 13 Ole Miss takes a break from conference play when the Rebels travel just up the road to Memphis to take on the Tigers in a noon kickoff.

In a battle of top 10 teams, No. 9 Texas A&M will look to stay undefeated when the Aggies host the No. 10 Alabama Crimson Tide in Kyle Field at 3:30 p.m. ET. The Aggies were embarrassed last season in Tuscaloosa, losing 59-0 to Alabama.

Another battle of highly ranked teams takes place at 7:00 p.m. ET down on the bayou, as No. 6 LSU hosts the surprising No. 8 Florida Gators. Florida will be without QB Will Grier, who has been suspended for a year after testing positive for a banned substance. The Gators defense will look to stop Tigers RB Leonard Fournette, who has rushed for 1,022 yards and 12 TDs this season.

In a 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff in Athens, Georgia will look to rebound against South Carolina after two straight losses to Alabama and Tennessee, and will have to do so without RB Nick Chubb. Chubb left last week’s game with a knee injury. The Gamecocks will be without Steve Spurrier, who announced his retirement on Monday. 

The complete Week 7 SEC football schedule, including game times and networks, is listed below.

Week 7 SEC Football Schedule


Note: All game times Eastern.


Thursday, October 15

7:00 PM Auburn at Kentucky, ESPN, WATCH ESPN


Saturday, October 17

12:00 PM Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, SEC Network

12:00 PM No. 13 Ole Miss at Memphis, ABC, ESPN2, WATCH ESPN

3:30 PM No. 10 Alabama at No. 9 Texas A&M, CBS

4:00 PM Vanderbilt at South Carolina, SEC Network

7:00 PM No. 8 Florida at No. 6 LSU, ESPN, WATCH ESPN

7:30 PM Missouri at Georgia, SEC Network

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