The SEC announced its Oct. 26 TV lineup Monday, and Auburn's home game against Florida Atlantic will kick off under the lights. The Tigers and Owls are set to get started at 6:30 p.m. CT, and the contest will be broadcast on FSN.
Auburn will enter the game with either a 6-1 or 5-2 record, and barring some sort of disaster, the Tigers will leave Jordan-Hare Stadium with another tally in the win column. The Owls currently sit at 2-5, their victories coming against South Florida and UAB. They've fallen at the hands of Miami, East Carolina, Middle Tennessee, Rice and Marshall.
FAU will enter the Auburn game coming off its bye week.
The Owls' offense ranks near the bottom of Conference USA, coming in 10th in yards per game (371.9) and 11th in points per contest (22.3). Their defense fares a little better, ranking fourth in C-USA by giving up 26.0 points per game and second by allowing 356.1 yards per game.
The complete Week 9 SEC TV schedule:
|Kentucky at Mississippi State||6:30 p.m. CT, Thurs.||ESPN|
|Vanderbilt at Texas A&M||11:21 a.m. CT||SEC Network|
|Tennessee at Alabama||2:30 p.m. CT||CBS|
|South Carolina at Missouri||6 p.m. CT||ESPN/2|
|Furman at LSU||6 p.m. CT||PPV|
|Florida Atlantic at Auburn||6:30 p.m. CT||FSN|
|Idaho at Ole Miss||6:30 p.m. CT||CSS|
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