Auburn vs. Missouri live stream and TV start time for the 2013 SEC Championship Game can be found here. Auburn vs. Missouri start time is 4 p.m. ET on Saturday (Dec. 7). CBS is providing the live coverage of the game, and an updated ESPN report has the No. 5 ranked Tigers favored to win this game by one point. As for the live stream feed, it will be provided by the main CBS web site.
After Auburn beat Alabama last week, the team moved up to No. 3 in the BCS rankings and first place in the SEC West. It also clinched a spot in the conference title game and an outside shot at making it to the BCS Championship Game. It might take either Ohio State or Florida State getting upset to make that dream come through for the winner of this game. Anything is possible in college football and that is why they play the games.
The Missouri Tigers have fought their way back into the mix and by winning the SEC East with an 11-1 record also find themselves in this title game. The team likely has to win this game to make it to a BCS bowl game, because a loss would drop them below Alabama on the radar for bowl game invites. A win, though, would guarantee them a spot in at least one of the BCS games.
The Auburn vs. Missouri live stream feeds will allow fans stuck in front of a computer to watch online, but many will simply tune to the TV start time of 4 p.m. ET on CBS. Of the conference title games, the SEC Championship Game might end up being the most watched in college football this season as well.
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