SEC Announces Football Schedule (With Complete Team Schedules)

August 18, 2020

The Southeastern Conference has announced the new football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2020 season.

Last month, the SEC established September 26 as the new kickoff for its 2020 football season to allow its universities to focus on the healthy return of their campus communities and the gradual re-introduction of athletics, as the 14 members of the SEC continue to monitor developments related to COVID-19.

The 2020 SEC football season is comprised of a 10-game Conference-only schedule and the SEC Football Championship Game will be played December 19 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, rescheduled from the original date of December 5. The schedule includes one mid-season open date for each school and an open date on December 12 for all schools.

Each SEC team will play 10 conference football games to include six games against division opponents and four games against non-division opponents.

The season is scheduled to begin on September 26 and will culminate with the SEC Championship Game. It will be the 29th edition of the game and the 27th in the city of Atlanta.

The complete schedule by week is below, followed by the complete scheduled by team.

SCHEDULE BY WEEK

WEEK ONE
September 26

Alabama at Missouri
Georgia at Arkansas
Kentucky at Auburn
Mississippi State at LSU
Florida at Ole Miss
Tennessee at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

WEEK TWO
October 3

Texas A&M at Alabama
Arkansas at Mississippi State
Auburn at Georgia
South Carolina at Florida
Ole Miss at Kentucky
LSU at Vanderbilt
Missouri at Tennessee

WEEK THREE
October 10

Alabama at Ole Miss
Arkansas at Auburn
Florida at Texas A&M
Tennessee at Georgia
Mississippi State at Kentucky
Missouri at LSU
South Carolina at Vanderbilt

WEEK FOUR
October 17

Georgia at Alabama
Ole Miss at Arkansas
Auburn at South Carolina
LSU at Florida
Kentucky at Tennessee
Texas A&M at Mississippi State
Vanderbilt at Missouri

WEEK FIVE
October 24

Alabama at Tennessee
Auburn at Ole Miss
Missouri at Florida
Georgia at Kentucky
South Carolina at LSU

WEEK SIX
October 31

Mississippi State at Alabama
Arkansas at Texas A&M
LSU at Auburn
Kentucky at Missouri
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

WEEK SEVEN
November 7

Tennessee at Arkansas
Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Texas A&M at South Carolina

WEEK EIGHT
November 14

Alabama at LSU
Arkansas at Florida
Auburn at Mississippi State
Georgia at Missouri
Vanderbilt at Kentucky
South Carolina at Ole Miss
Texas A&M at Tennessee

WEEK NINE
November 21

Kentucky at Alabama
LSU at Arkansas
Tennessee at Auburn
Florida at Vanderbilt
Mississippi State at Georgia
Ole Miss at Texas A&M
Missouri at South Carolina

WEEK TEN
November 28

Auburn at Alabama
Arkansas at Missouri
Kentucky at Florida
Georgia at South Carolina
LSU at Texas A&M
Mississippi State at Ole Miss
Tennessee at Vanderbilt

WEEK ELEVEN
December 5

Alabama at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Auburn
Florida at Tennessee
Vanderbilt at Georgia
South Carolina at Kentucky
Ole Miss at LSU
Missouri at Mississippi State

December 12
Open Date

December 19
SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)

SCHEDULES BY TEAM

Alabama Crimson Tide
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at Missouri
Oct. 3 TEXAS A&M
Oct. 10 at Ole Miss
Oct. 17 GEORGIA
Oct. 24 at Tennessee
Oct. 31 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 at LSU
Nov. 21 KENTUCKY
Nov. 28 AUBURN
Dec. 5 at Arkansas

Arkansas Razorbacks
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 GEORGIA
Oct. 3 at Mississippi State
Oct. 10 at Auburn
Oct. 17 OLE MISS
Oct. 24 Open
Oct. 31 at Texas A&M
Nov. 7 TENNESSEE
Nov. 14 at Florida
Nov. 21 LSU
Nov. 28 at Missouri
Dec. 5 ALABAMA

Auburn Tigers
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 KENTUCKY
Oct. 3 at Georgia
Oct. 10 ARKANSAS
Oct. 17 at South Carolina
Oct. 24 at Ole Miss
Oct. 31 LSU
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 at Mississippi State
Nov. 21 TENNESSEE
Nov. 28 at Alabama
Dec. 5 TEXAS A&M

Florida Gators
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at Ole Miss
Oct. 3 SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 10 at Texas A&M
Oct. 17 LSU
Oct. 24 MISSOURI
Oct. 31 Open
Nov. 7 Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 14 ARKANSAS
Nov. 21 at Vanderbilt
Nov. 28 KENTUCKY
Dec. 5 at Tennessee

Georgia Bulldogs
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 7 (Mon.) vs. Virginia (Atlanta)
Sept. 26 at Arkansas
Oct. 3 AUBURN
Oct. 10 TENNESSEE
Oct. 17 at Alabama
Oct. 24 at Kentucky
Oct. 31 OPEN
Nov. 7 vs. FLORIDA (at Jacksonville)
Nov. 14 at Missouri
Nov. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 28 at South Carolina
Dec. 5 VANDERBUILT

Kentucky Wildcats
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at Auburn
Oct. 3 OLE MISS
Oct. 10 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Oct. 17 at Tennessee
Oct. 24 GEORGIA
Oct. 31 at Missouri
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 VANDERBILT
Nov. 21 at Alabama
Nov. 28 at Florida
Dec. 5 SOUTH CAROLINA

LSU Tigers
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Oct. 3 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 10 MISSOURI
Oct. 17 at Florida
Oct. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 31 at Auburn
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 ALABAMA
Nov. 21 at Arkansas
Nov. 28 at Texas A&M
Dec. 5 OLE MISS

Ole Miss Rebels
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 FLORIDA
Oct. 3 at Kentucky
Oct. 10 ALABAMA
Oct. 17 at Arkansas
Oct. 24 AUBURN
Oct. 31 at Vanderbilt
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov. 21 at Texas A&M
Nov. 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Dec. 5 at LSU

Mississippi State Bulldogs
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at LSU
Oct. 3 ARKANSAS
Oct. 10 at Kentucky
Oct. 17 TEXAS A&M
Oct. 24 Open
Oct. 31 at Alabama
Nov. 7 VANDERBILT
Nov. 14 AUBURN
Nov. 21 at Georgia
Nov. 28 at Ole Miss
Dec. 5 MISSOURI

Missouri Tigers
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 ALABAMA
Oct. 3 at Tennessee
Oct. 10 at LSU
Oct. 17 VANDERBILT
Oct. 24 at Florida
Oct. 31 KENTUCKY
Nov. 7 Open
Nov. 14 GEORGIA
Nov. 21 at South Carolina
Nov. 28 ARKANSAS
Dec. 5 at Mississippi State

South Carolina Gamecocks
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 TENNESSEE
Oct. 3 at Florida
Oct. 10 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 17 AUBURN
Oct. 24 at LSU
Oct. 31 Open
Nov. 7 TEXAS A&M
Nov. 14 at Ole Miss
Nov. 21 MISSOURI
Nov. 28 GEORGIA
Dec. 5 at Kentucky

Tennessee Volunteers
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at South Carolina
Oct. 3 MISSOURI
Oct. 10 at Georgia
Oct. 17 KENTUCKY
Oct. 24 ALABAMA
Oct. 31 Open
Nov. 7 at Arkansas
Nov. 14 TEXAS A&M
Nov. 21 at Auburn
Nov. 28 at Vanderbilt
Dec. 5 FLORIDA

Texas A&M Aggies
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 VANDERBILT
Oct. 3 at Alabama
Oct. 10 FLORIDA
Oct. 17 at Mississippi State
Oct. 24 Open Date
Oct. 31 ARKANSAS
Nov. 7 at South Carolina
Nov. 14 at Tennessee
Nov. 21 OLE MISS
Nov. 28 LSU
Dec. 5 at Auburn

Vanderbilt Commodores
DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 26 at Texas A&M
Oct. 3 LSU
Oct. 10 SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 17 at Missouri
Oct. 24 Open Date
Oct. 31 OLE MISS
Nov. 7 at Mississippi State
Nov. 14 at Kentucky
Nov. 21 FLORIDA
Nov. 28 TENNESSEE
Dec. 5 at Georgia

Comments

5 Responses to “SEC Announces Football Schedule (With Complete Team Schedules)”

  1. Alan on August 18th, 2020 12:17 pm

    Hope they can pull it off. Wish they would of played the 6 in-division games first. That way if the season gets shortened for some reason, the could just cancel the rest of the regular season games and still get championship game played.

  2. William Reynolds on August 18th, 2020 11:45 am

    The Georgia schedule was wrong when released by the SEC Monday night. We have updated it.

  3. Perry on August 18th, 2020 8:31 am

    Is Georgia really playing all those non-conference games, or is that an old schedule for them?

    And yes, playing an SEC-only schedule will be tough on all of them!

  4. College Fan on August 18th, 2020 8:28 am

    This will make for a very interesting football season. I think it’s about time. We will get to see each teams true abilities and no one sided games.

  5. Gator Fan on August 18th, 2020 7:13 am

    Wow if this happens it’s going to be awesome. Hard schedules all the way around.





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