ESPN 7:30 ET Ole Miss at Miss. State
Friday, November 29:
CBS 2:30 ET Arkansas at LSU
Saturday, November 30:
ESPN Noon ET Florida State at Florida
SEC TV 12:21 ET Wake Forest at Vanderbilt
CBS 3:30 ET Alabama at Auburn
ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 3:30 ET Georgia at Georgia Tech
ESPNU 7:00 ET Tennessee at Kentucky
ESPN2 7:00 ET Clemson at South Carolina
ESPN 7:45 ET Texas A&M at Missouri
Among the most notable games on Nov. 18 are:
Nov. 18, 1989, Chuck Webb runs for a school record 294 yards in a 33-21 win over Ole Miss.
On Nov. 18, 1995, the Vols handed Kentucky a 34-31 defeat as UT rallied from down 24-9 in the third quarter. Peyton Manning threw for 274 yards and two touchdowns. Jay Graham ran for 147 yards.
On Nov. 18, 2000, Tennessee blasted Kentucky, 56-20, as Travis Henry ran for 139 yards and three touchdowns on his way to setting the Vols career rushing record.
NOVEMBER 18 (17-1)
1893 W, 32-0 MARYVILLE
1905 W, 31-5 CENTRE
1907 W, 14-2 Arkansas (N) @ Little Rock, Ark.
1911 W, 22-0 SOUTHWESTERN
1916 W, 17-0 University of the South (N) @ Chattanooga, Tenn.
1922 W, 18-7 University of the South (N) @ Chattanooga, Tenn.
1933 W, 33-6 VANDERBILT
1939 W, 13-0 VANDERBILT
1944 W, 27-14 TEMPLE
1950 W, 35-0 MISSISSIPPI
1961 L, 10-24 No. 6 Mississippi (N) @ Memphis, Tennessee.
1967 W, 20-7 Mississippi (N) @ Memphis, Tenn.
1972 W, 17-0 MISSISSIPPI
1978 W, 41-17 MISSISSIPPI
1989 W, 33-21 MISSISSIPPI
1995 W, 34-31 Kentucky
2000 W, 56-20 KENTUCKY
2006 W, 39-10 Vanderbilt
Thursday night's game featured Aubrayo Franklin of the Colts defeating Justin Hunter's Titans. Franklin started at nose tackle and finished with three tackles, one for loss.
SI.com: Hunter held catchless, may have concussion
1 p.m. Games
N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo - Matt Simms and the Jets head to Buffalo for an AFC East meeting with the Bills
Atlanta vs. Tampa Bay - Omar Gaither and the Falcons are in Tampa Bay for a meeting with Luke Stocker's Bucs
Detroit vs. Pittsburgh - Ramon Foster and the Steelers play host to the Lions this Saturday
ESPN NFL: Foster, Woodley miss practice
Arizona vs. Jacksonville - Dan Williams and the Cardinals are in town for a meeting with Jacques McClendon and the Jaguars
Oakland vs. Houston - Kevin Burnett, Denarius Moore, Mychal Rivera and the Raiders are on the road in Houston for a game with Arian Foster's Texans. Foster is out for the season.
Baltimore vs. Chicago - Morgan Cox and the Ravens are in Chicago this weekend.
4 p.m. Games
San Diego vs. Miami - The Chargers head across the country for a game with Dallas Thomas and the Dolphins
Minnesota vs. Seattle - Marvin Mitchell, Cordarrelle Patterson and the Vikings are in Seattle to face Tony McDaniel and the Seahawks Sunday
Fox Sports South: Patterson: 'Why would I want to be Percy Harvin?'
SI.com: Patterson expected to be with first string offense
San Francisco vs. New Orleans - The Niners head to the Bayou for a meeting with Jabari Greer, Parys Haralson, Austin Johnson, Robert Meachem and the Saints.
KATC.com: Ex-49er Haralson helping surging Saints defense
Bayou Buzz: Haralson to meet old friends Sunday
Times Colonist: Haralson happy to be near home, with contender
ESPN NFL: Haralson adds veteran presence to D
Sunday Night Football
Kansas City vs. Denver - It's the Colquitt Bowl as Eric Berry, Tyler Bray, Dustin Colquitt and the Chiefs are in the mile high city to take on Britton Colquitt, Robert Ayers, Malik Jackson, Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
This will be the ninth meeting between brothers Dustin and Britton since 2009. Britton holds a 5-3 series lead.
Miami Herald: As NFL mimics Manning, offenses on record pace
KKTV: Chiefs, Broncos one-dimensional affair
Kansas City Star: Colquitt welcomes new son, Cannon
KC Kingdom: Chiefs Player Spotlight: Eric Berry
NFL.com: Manning returns to practice
ESPN NFL: Britton Colquitt on 'distraction'
SI.com: First 'Manning Bowl' now 'Colquitt Bowl'
On Nov. 17, 1990, Tennessee handed No. 20 Ole Miss a 22-13 loss in Memphis.
On Nov. 17, 2001, #6 Tennessee won a thriller, 38-35, over Kentucky. Alex Walls' 44-yard field field with 2:49 left in the fourth secured the win. Casey Clausen threw for 285 yards with four touchdowns, three to Donte' Stallworth, to tie the Vols program record.
NOVEMBER 17 (8-6)
1892 L, 0-12 VANDERBILT
1923 L, 0-33 VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE
1928 W, 6-0 Vanderbilt
1934 W, 13-6 Vanderbilt
1951 W, 46-21 Mississippi
1956 W, 27-7 No. 19 MISSISSIPPI
1962 L, 6-19 No. 3 MISSISSIPPI
1973 L, 18-28 Mississippi (N) @ Jackson, Miss.
1979 L, 20-44 Mississippi (N) @ Jackson, Miss.
1984 W, 41-17 Mississippi (N) @ Jackson, Miss.
1990 W, 22-13 No. 15 Mississippi (N) @ Memphis, Tenn.
2001 W, 38-35 Kentucky
2007 W, 25-24 VANDERBILT
2012 L, 18-41 Vanderbilt