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SEC ON CBS: TOP 10 GAMES Begins Thursday, Dec. 26 at 8:00 PM, ET


CBS Sports Network rings in the New Year with a special programming presentation, SEC ON CBS: TOP 10 GAMES, showcasing the top SEC on CBS games ever played, as determined by a panel of experts across CBS Sports, CBS Sports Network and  Programming begins Thursday, Dec. 26 (8:00 PM, ET) and continues through New Year’s Eve.


The SEC ON CBS: TOP 10 GAMES rankings and programming schedule is listed below. also features companion content from writers Bruce Feldman, Dennis Dodd, Jeremy Fowler and Tony Barnhart, as well as videos previewing each game. Fans can also join the conversation on by voting in a fan poll asking what game in the Top 10 is their favorite, and via Twitter using #SECTop10.

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10 – #1 Alabama at #6 Texas A&M (9/14/2013) – Airs Thursday, Dec. 26, 8:00 PM

Alabama got revenge on Texas A&M with a 49-42 win in College Station behind AJ McCarron’s four passing touchdowns. Not to be outdone, Johnny Manziel threw for five touchdowns and registered 562 yards of total offense.


9 – #4 Tennessee at #2 Florida (12/1/2001) – Airs Friday, Dec. 27, 8:00 PM

Tennessee visits Gainseville as 17.5-point underdogs and upsets Florida to jump into national title contention. The Vols stop the Gators’ two-point conversion attempt with 1:10 left to seal a 34-32 victory.

8 – #1 LSU at #2 Alabama (11/5/2011) – Airs Saturday, Dec. 28, 5:00 PM

The “Game of the Century” didn’t feature any touchdowns, but it had an exciting finish in prime time as LSU defeated Alabama 9-6 on a 25-yard field goal in overtime.


7 – SEC Championship: #4 Florida vs. #1 Alabama (12/6/2008) – Airs Saturday, Dec. 28, 8:00 PM

Tim Tebow’s three touchdowns lead Florida to a 31-20 upset win over Alabama and gives the Gators a shot at their second national title in three years.


6 – #15 Texas A&M at #1 Alabama (11/10/2012) – Airs Sunday, Dec. 29, 5:00 PM

Johnny Manziel is spectacular in leading Texas A&M past top-ranked Alabama in the Aggies first ever trip to Tuscaloosa.


5 – #9 Florida at #1 LSU (10/6/2007) – Airs Sunday, Dec. 29, 8:00 PM

Playing as the top-ranked team in the Associated Press Top 25 poll for the first time since 1959, LSU took advantage of two second-half turnovers by Florida to secure a come-from-behind 28-24 win over the Gators.


4 – #25 Georgia at #7 Auburn (11/16/2013) – Airs Monday, Dec. 30, 8:00 PM

The “Immaculate Deflection.”  Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall connects with Ricardo Louis on a miracle 4th-and-18 pass from the Tigers 27-yard-line with 26 seconds left for a 73-yard touchdown that gave Auburn a remarkable 43-38 win.


3 – #2 Auburn at #11 Alabama (11/26/2010) – Airs Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2:00 PM

Cam Newton and the Tigers erase a 24-point Alabama lead to win 28-27 win in the biggest comeback victory in school history.


2 – SEC Championship: #3 Georgia vs. #2 Alabama (12/1/2012) – Airs Tuesday, Dec. 31, 5:00 PM

Alabama stops Aaron Murray and Georgia at the five-yard-line to secure a 32-28 victory and a place in the 2012 National Championship.


1 – #1 Alabama at #4 Auburn (11/30/2013) – Airs Tuesday, Dec. 31, 8:00 PM

An Iron Bowl for the ages.  Auburn’s Chris Davis returned Alabama’s missed field goal 109 yards with time expired to give the Tigers a 34-28 win and a place in the SEC Championship game.

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