SEC Football Schedule 2020: Team-by-team breakdown of home and away games between COVID-19 shakeups


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Analysis: SEC reportedly to move to 10-game conference schedule for football season
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The SEC announced on Thursday that it would withdraw its college football season start date on September 26 and that it is canceling illegal games for all league members. Instead, the league will fill its schedule by expanding from an eight-game conference schedule to a 10-game, conference-only schedule between the COVID-19 epidemic.

The decision to nix nonconference games nullifies several high-profile games, including Tennessee at Oklahoma, Texas at Notre Dame and Texas at LSU, including Tennessee for this fall. Because the start date of the season has been pushed back, so too is the SEC Championship Game, now slated for Saturday, December 19.

“This new scheme of football schedules is in line with the educational goals of our universities to allow their student populations to return safely and organically to the campus and provide a healthy learning environment during these unique circumstances presented by the COVID-19 virus “, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said.” This new schedule supports the safety measures being taken by each of our institutions to ensure the health of our campus communities. ”

The eight-game conference schedule for teams typically includes six intercontinental games, a traditional cross-divisional game, and a rotational cross-divisional game.

It is not yet clear how the SEC will expand the schedule from eight to 10 games as it announced, but below is a variant of the entire 2020 SEC conference schedule as we know it.

Alabama

House: Georgia, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Auburn
away: Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, LSU

Arkansas

House: Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Mississippi
away: Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Auburn, Missouri

Golden brown

House: Kentucky, Texas A&M, Arkansas, LSU
away: Mississippi, Georgia, Mississippi State, Alabama

Florida

House: Kentucky, South Carolina, LSU, Missouri
away: Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia (Jacksonville, Florida), Vanderbilt

Georgia

House: Vanderbilt, Auburn, Florida (Jacksonville, Florida), Tennessee
away: Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina, Kentucky

Kentucky

House: South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Georgia
away: Florida, Auburn, Missouri, Tennessee

LSU

House: Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Alabama, South Carolina
away: Florida, Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M

Mississippi

House: Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State
away: LSU, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, Arkansas

Mississippi state

House: Arkansas, Texas A&M, Auburn, Missouri
away: Alabama, LSU, Kentucky, Mississippi

Missouri

House: Vanderbilt, Georgia, Kentucky, Arkansas
away: South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Florida

South Carolina

House: Missouri, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Georgia
away: Kentucky, Florida, Vanderbilt, LSU

Tennessee

House: Florida, Missouri, Alabama, Kentucky
away: South Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Vanderbilt

Texas A&M

House: Arkansas, Mississippi, Vanderbilt, LSU
away: Mississippi State, Auburn, South Carolina, Alabama

Vanderbilt

House: Mississippi, South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee
away: Missouri, Georgia, Kentucky, Texas A&M

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