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Monday, November 1, 2010

Auburn and Georgia will start at 3:30 p.m. ET on Nov. 13, be televised by CBS

The rest of Auburn's regular season schedule is set. Auburn and Georgia will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Nov. 13. CBS will televise the game.

That means all of the Tigers' remaining regular season gametimes are set. Auburn hosts Chattanooga this Saturday at 1 p.m. ET. It travels to Tuscaloosa to face Alabama the day after Thanksgiving at 2:30 p.m. ET.

The Chattanooga game is on pay per view. The Alabama game is on CBS.

If Auburn qualifies for the SEC Championship game in Atlanta on Dec. 4, kickoff would be 4 p.m. ET. Again, CBS will televise the game.



Glad for TV anytime but I hate that low sun angle. Coldest game I went to was an AU-GA game a few years ago. but looks like nice weather I am sure.

Anonymous said...

This weekend will be very cold. Hate the TV time. Also, Auburn, do not pull an Ole Miss. Chattanooga played Jacksonville St. (beat Ole Miss) and Appalachian St.(beat Mich in past)this year and almost won these games.....

Anonymous said...

I am glad for our boys to be on TV as well but I'm sick and tired of Verne (the walking big toe) and the CBS crew scheduling afternoon games, just so Verne can be at bed at 7 p.m. Jordan Hare (as well as most other stadiums in the nation) are much more exciting when hosting night games!