Capsule look at today's other SEC and ACC games

October 30, 2010 


Tennessee at South Carolina

Time, TV: 12:21 p.m., FOX-54

Records: Tennessee 2-5, 0-4 SEC; South Carolina 5-2, 3-2.

Series history: Tennessee leads 22-4-2.

Of note: The Vols are 8-3-2 in games played in Columbia.

Kentucky at Mississippi State

Time, TV: 6 p.m., ESPNU.

Records: Kentucky 4-4, 1-4; Mississippi State 6-2, 2-2.

Series history: Kentucky leads 21-16.

Of note: The road team has won four straight in this series.

Vanderbilt at Arkansas

Time, TV: 6 p.m., FOXSN.

Records: Vanderbilt 2-5, 1-3; Arkansas 5-2, 2-2.

Series history: Arkansas leads 5-2.

Of note: Vanderbilt has played fewer games against Arkansas than any other member of the SEC.


Clemson at Boston College

Time, TV: Noon, NBC-38.

Records: Clemson 4-3, 2-2 ACC; Boston College 2-5, 0-4.

Series history: Clemson leads 9-8-2.

Of note: Clemson is looking for its third straight win in the series.

Miami at Virginia

Time, TV: Noon, ESPN.

Records: Miami 5-2, 3-1; Virginia 3-4, 0-3.

Series history: Miami leads 5-2.

Of note: Miami’s first game in the ACC in 2004 was a 31-21 win over Virginia.

Duke at Navy

Time, TV: 3:30 p.m., CBSC.

Records: Duke 1-6, Navy 5-2.

Series history: Navy leads 20-13-5.

Of note: Navy has won 10 of the 13 games in this series at home.

Wake Forest at Maryland

Time, TV: 3:30 p.m., ESPNU.

Records: Wake Forest 2-5, 1-3; Maryland 5-2, 2-1.

Series history: Maryland leads 41-16-1.

Of note: Wake Forest has won three of the past four meetings after losing seven straight.

William & Mary at North Carolina

Time, TV: 3:30 p.m., No TV.

Records: William & Mary 6-1, North Carolina 4-3.

Series history: North Carolina leads 12-0-2.

Of note: This is North Carolina’s final non-conference game of the season.

— Macon Telegraph

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