Kickoff time, TV network revealed for Auburn’s game with Western Kentucky

Auburn Football will host Western Kentucky for its’ final home game of the season, and will do so during the afternoon slot on SEC Network.

The Tigers and Hilltoppers will square off at Jordan-Hare Stadium at 3 p.m. CT on Saturday, Nov. 19, and will be broadcasted live on SEC Network.

Nex Saturday’s game will mark the third time in history that these two programs have met. Both meetings took place at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

In 2003’s game, both Jason Campbell and Josh Sullivan threw for over 100 yards while Brandon Jacobs, Carnell Williams, and Ronnie Brown scored one touchdown each in Auburn’s 48-3 win. In 2005, Blake Field threw for three touchdowns and 200 yards while the Tiger defense made seven stops behind the line of scrimmage, leading Auburn to a 37-14 victory over the Hilltoppers.

Week 12 is usually designated as the final nonconference weekend for most SEC teams. There will only be three games involving mutual conference opponents: Florida at Vanderbilt, Georgia at Kentucky, and Ole Miss at Arkansas.

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Story originally appeared on Auburn Wire