Current AP Rankings:
UT (11th) at UGA (12th)
LSU (9) at UF (7)
Arkansas (un) at Auburn (4)
That weekend CBS has a double header at 12:00 and 3:30 while ESPN will likely use their wildcard to pick up one of the best two games for its 7:45 telecast. We could have 5 SEC teams in the Top 10 that weekend with four of them playing each other. Even lowly Arkansas might be ranked by then given the weakness of their schedule.
Assuming ESPN uses their wildcard that weekend, the Gameday crew will likely be in Baton Rouge or Athens for their Primetime Telecast. For UGA to host College Gameday and the night game would require beating South Carolina and Colorado while UT beats UF. It would also help if Auburn beats LSU.
That would put UGA and UT at roughly 8th and 9th in the two polls. The more likely scenario is a UGA game at 3:30. That would only require LSU beating Auburn and UF beating UT. That would put both teams at roughly 5th and 6th in the polls. Even more likely it'll be a mixed bag with no match-up putting unbeatens against each other.
In other words, who knows. Confused yet?
I doubt we'll know about the UT vs. UGA kickoff time until 6 days before kickoff.
Regardless, a great weekend to have a generator, dish, TV and booze at your tailgate. Especially since the Red River Shootout will also be that day.