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THE MORNING CONSTITUTIONAL: GAMES THAT WILL NOT APPEAR ON THE SEC NETWORK

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NOPE, NOTHING TO SEE HERE

Wesley Hitt

1. The 2002 Peach Bowl: Maryland 30, Tennessee 3

2. 2007: UL-Monroe 21, Alabama 14

3. 2010: Colorado 29, Georgia 27

4. The 2010 Liberty Bowl: UCF 10, Georgia 6

5. 1999: Louisiana Tech 29, Alabama 28

6. 2000: UCF 40, Alabama 38

7. 2008: Wyoming 13, Tennessee 7

8. 2004: Maine 9, Mississsippi State 7

9. 2010: Jacksonville State 49, Ole Miss 48

10. 1992: Citadel 10, Arkansas 3

11. 2010 PapaJohns.com Bowl: UConn 20, South Carolina 7

12. 2013: Oregon 59, Tennessee 14

13. 2000: Southern Mississippi 21, Alabama 0

14. 2010: Oregon 48, Tennessee 13

15. 1990: Post-death penalty SMU 44, Vanderbilt 7

16. 1992: Colorado State 17, LSU 14

17. 2000: UAB 13, LSU 10

18. 2012: ULM 34, Arkansas 31

19. 2005: USC 70, Arkansas 17

20. 1982: Kansas State 23, Kentucky 9*

*A note: this requires some explanation. Yes, this is a 6-5-1 Kansas State team, but it is still a pre-Bill Snyder Wildcats team and thus the equivalent of running into a doorjamb and killing yourself accidentally. That doorjamb is covered in flashing gumball lights, police tape, and has a protective walkway built around it, but you still managed to do the unimaginable, Kentucky. The Wildcats' QB that year, Randy Jenkins, had two passing TDs on the year AND THREW TWENTY INTERCEPTIONS IN JUST 187 ATTEMPTS.

P.S. There are no Florida losses on here. The SEC Network will show all of them weekly, along with Georgia Southern twice on Sundays. Kiss our asses, Birmingham, and Roll Tide.