2014 Football Schedule

Date Opponent Time/Results
Aug. 30 West Virginia(Atl) W 33-23
Sept. 6 Florida Atlantic W 41-0
Sept. 13 Southern Miss W 52-12
Sept. 20 *Florida W 42-21
Oct. 4 *@ Ole Miss L 17-23
Oct. 11 *@ Arkansas W 14-13
Oct. 18 *Texas A&M W 59-0
Oct. 25 *@ Tennessee W 34-20
Nov. 8 *@ LSU W 20-13
Nov. 15 *Mississippi State W 25-20
Nov. 22 Western Carolina W 48-14
Nov. 29 *Auburn 6:45 pm ESPN

*Southeastern Conference (SEC) opponent

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Instant Analysis: No. 17 Missouri 21, Arkansas 14

Sorry, Georgia fans. Missouri (10-2, 7-1 SEC) is headed back to Atlanta for the SEC championship game. The Tigers battled back from a 14-6 halftime deficit, dominated the second half and hung on for a 21-14 win over a red-hot Arkansas team. How the game was won: Can we stop saying Missouri doesn’t belong in the SEC? That game-winning touchdown drive was vintage SEC football. The Tigers...

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Watch: Kirk Herbstreit previews Egg Bowl, Iron Bowl

Texas A&M fires DC Mark Snyder

Texas A&M is on the hunt for a new defensive coordinator after Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin announced Friday that Mark Snyder has been relieved of his duties. The defense struggled mightily through the second half of the season for the Aggies, who fell 23-17 to LSU on Thursday. The Aggies allowed an average of 38.3 points per game and 502.5 yards per game in its final seven games. For the season,...

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Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss primer

This year's Egg Bowl has enormous stakes, and Ole Miss is looking to derail everything rival Mississippi State has worked so hard for. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs must win to stay in the College Football Playoff race, and a win coupled with an Alabama loss would send them to Atlanta for the SEC championship. The Grove will be buzzing for the biggest event in the state. Mississippi State's key...

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Alabama vs. Auburn primer

Throw out the records when Alabama and Auburn meet this Saturday in Tuscaloosa. It doesn't matter that the Crimson Tide are ranked No. 1 and playing for a spot in the SEC championship. This is the Iron Bowl. If we learned anything from last year's game, it's to expect the unexpected when these two in-state rivals clash. Auburn has been trending in the wrong direction the past month, but the...

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Best Dabo Swinney/Steve Spurrier jabs

There are not many coaches in America who jab the way Steve Spurrier and Dabo Swinney do. Nothing might epitomize that more than this Vine a South Carolina fan created. But while Spurrier has had the last laugh over Swinney and Clemson the past five years, there is one week when he keeps his darts squarely inside his pocket. That would be this week -- in the days leading up to the actual game....

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Rivalry rundown: Florida vs. Florida State

The Florida-Florida State rivalry has been one built on runs. Only three times since 1968 have the teams alternated wins over a three-year period. Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher ended a six-game skid to Florida in his first season as head coach in Tallahassee, and now he has Florida State on the verge of its fourth win in five seasons against the Gators. In all three FSU wins under Fisher, the...

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SEC viewer's guide: Week 14

What more could you want to finish the regular season? There are games with playoff implications, division implications and bowl implications to choose from. There's even a Friday afternoon game to get you through to the weekend. The SEC's regular season has been crazy so far. Now it's time to see whether it ends with a flourish. Friday, Nov. 28 2:30 p.m. Arkansas at No. 17 Missouri, CBS:...

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Instant analysis: LSU 23, Texas A&M 17

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- LSU ran, ran and ran some more and survived some missed field goals to hang on to a narrow 23-17 Thanksgiving night win over Texas A&M on Saturday at Kyle Field. There were some highlight-worthy plays, a lot of silliness, and some drama at the end. A look at what transpired: How the game was won: LSU ran the ball at will to the tune of 384 yards and had two players who...

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