No. 2 Alabama 49, Auburn 0
No. 2 Alabama really owns the state now.
AJ McCarron passed for four touchdowns and Eddie Lacy rushed for 131 yards and two scores to lead the Crimson Tide to a 49-0 beatdown of rival Auburn on Saturday in the most lopsided Iron Bowl in 64 years.
The Crimson Tide (10-1, 7-1 Southeastern Conference) clinched the Western Division title outright and a spot in the conference title game against No. 3 Georgia with the winner likely getting a national championship shot.
None of that will come as easily as this one. Auburn (3-9, 0-8) completed the worst season for any team within two years of winning an Associated Press national title in what might have been the last game for embattled coach Gene Chizik.
The biggest Iron Bowl margin was Alabama's 55-0 victory in 1948.
Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 3
An early opening drive by the Bulldogs and a strip ending Georgia Tech's opening drive put Georgia up in Athens in the first quarter with more than 5 minutes remaining. Tech scored on a 38-yard field goal to cap off the end of the first quarter.
Georgia started the second quarter with a 3 play, 85-yard drive that was capped off with a 15-yard touchdown run by Keith Marshall.
Aaron Murray also completed a touchdown pass to Rhett McGowan for 11 yards.
Start of the third quarter, Georgia scores early on a pass from Murray to Jay Rome for 24 yards.
Marshall scores again for the Bulldogs to put Georgia up in the third quarter 42-3.
#19 Michigan at Ohio State - ABC
Ohio State 23, Michigan 21
The Buckeyes drew first blood early, but the Wolverines responded with a 75-yard touchdown pass. Ohio State took the lead back with a 41 yard field goal from Drew Basil.
Michigan has since responded and taken the lead again in the second quarter with a 5 play, 25 yard drive capped off by a 2-yard rush by Devin Gardner into the end zone.
Ohio State and Michigan have since traded touchdowns, including a 67-yard run by Denard Robinson for the Wolverines and a 52-yard field goal by Ohio State's Drew Basil.
Basil scored on another field goal to put the Buckeyes up in the third quarter.
Kentucky at Tennessee - SEC Network
Tennessee 20, Kentucky 17
The Volunteers struck first with a 21-yard touchdown pass, but Kentucky has responded with a 11 play, 75 yard touchdown drive to even things up in Knoxville.
As the second quarter winds down in Knoxville, the Volunteers lead the Wildcats on a second quarter Tyler Bray touchdown pass to Justin Hunter for 42 yards. Kentucky's Justin Rush responded with a 45-yard touchdown run of his own.
Kentucky's Craig McIntosh hit a 29 yard field goal to end a 15 play, 63-yard drive in the third quarter.
3 p.m. - #5 Oregon at #15 Oregon State - Pac-12 Network
3:30 p.m. Auburn at #2 Alabama - CBS
3:30 p.m. #4 Florida at #10 Florida State - ABC
3:30 p.m. #21 Oklahoma State at #13 Oklahoma - ESPN
3:30 p.m. Vanderbilt at Wake Forest - ESPNU
6:30 p.m. #8 Stanford at #17 UCLA - Fox
7 p.m. - Missouri at #9 Texas A&M - ESPN2
7 p.m. - #12 South Carolina at #11 Clemson - ESPN
7 p.m. - Mississippi State at Ole Miss - ESPNU
8 p.m. #1 Notre Dame at USC - ABC