Byes: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, TennesseeWeek 7 (Nov. 7) Tennessee at ArkansasFlorida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville, FL) Vanderbilt at Mississippi StateTexas A&M at South CarolinaByes: Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, Ole Miss, MissouriWeek 8 (Nov. 14) Alabama at LSUArkansas at FloridaAuburn at Mississippi StateGeorgia at MissouriVanderbilt at KentuckySouth Carolina at Ole MissTexas A&M at TennesseeWeek 9 (Nov. 21) Kentucky at AlabamaLSU at ArkansasTennessee at AuburnFlorida at VanderbiltMississippi State at GeorgiaOle Miss at Texas A&MM issouri at South Carolina.
Still, football is being played– or at least is planned to, but thats far from an offered in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the world..
As formerly revealed, the SEC will begin play on Sept. 26, which would generally be Week 4 of the season.A number of big-time games have been moved as an outcome of the changed schedule. The Florida-Georgia video game, which normally takes location within 7 days of Halloween weekend, will instead be played in the brand-new “Week 7” on Nov. 7. Each SEC team has a built-in bye week in between Week 5 and Week 7, plus a conference-wide open week on Dec. 12 to accommodate any disruptions that may happen.
Week 10 (Nov. 28) Auburn at AlabamaArkansas at MissouriKentucky at FloridaGeorgia at South CarolinaLSU at Texas A&MM ississippi State at Ole MissTennessee at VanderbiltWeek 11 (Dec. 5) Alabama at ArkansasTexas A&M at AuburnFlorida at TennesseeVanderbilt at GeorgiaSouth Carolina at KentuckyOle Miss at LSUMissouri at Mississippi StateThe league consented to its modified schedule at the end of July and announced early in August that team would be offered two extra games on top of their regular eight-game conference schedule. Naturally, not everyone came out a winner, and reports suggested that a coaches teleconference got “contentious” over some competitive imbalances, if you will..
Take a look at the full schedule below.Week 1 (Sept. 26) Alabama at MissouriFlorida at Ole MissGeorgia at ArkansasKentucky at AuburnMississippi State at LSUTennessee at South CarolinaVanderbilt at Texas A&MW eek 2 (Oct. 3) Texas A&M at AlabamaArkansas at Mississippi StateAuburn at GeorgiaSouth Carolina at FloridaOle Miss at KentuckyLSU at VanderbiltMissouri at TennesseeWeek 3 (Oct. 10) Alabama at Ole MissArkansas at AuburnTennessee at GeorgiaFlorida at Texas A&MM ississippi State at KentuckyMissouri at LSUSouth Carolina at Vanderbilt.
The SEC plans to move on and play the 2020 college football season. On Monday, the league officially launched its retooled 10-game conference schedule. As previously revealed, the SEC will begin play on Sept. 26, which would usually be Week 4 of the season.A variety of big-time video games have actually been moved as an outcome of the changed schedule. The Florida-Georgia game, which usually happens within seven days of Halloween weekend, will instead be played in the brand-new “Week 7” on Nov. 7. The video game is still set up for Jacksonville, Florida. Speaking of the Gators, their yearly rivalry video game at Tennessee has actually been moved to Dec. 5, marking the very first time since 2001 that the game will be played in the recently of the season. The Iron Bowl in between Alabama and Auburn will stay on Nov. 28, it will no longer be the last regular-season video game of the season for either team. The Crimson Tide travel to Arkansas the following week with the Tigers hosting Texas A&M. Each SEC team has an integrated bye week between Week 5 and Week 7, plus a conference-wide open week on Dec. 12 to accommodate any interruptions that might happen. The SEC Championship Game, initially set up for Dec. 5 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, will instead be played on Dec. 19..
Week 4 (Oct. 17) Georgia at AlabamaOle Miss at ArkansasAuburn at South CarolinaLSU at FloridaKentucky at TennesseeTexas A&M at Mississippi StateVanderbilt at MissouriWeek 5 (Oct. 24) Alabama at TennesseeAuburn at Ole MissMissouri at FloridaGeorgia at KentuckySouth Carolina at LSUByes: Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, ArkansasWeek 6 (Oct. 31) Mississippi State at AlabamaArkansas at Texas A&MLSU at AuburnKentucky at MissouriOle Miss at Vanderbilt.