2017 SEC Football Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2017 SEC Football Schedule was officially announced on Tuesday on the SEC Network. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 9 with South Carolina at Missouri.

Featured 2017 non-conference match-ups include Alabama vs. Florida State (at Atlanta, GA), TCU at Arkansas, Auburn at Clemson, Florida vs. Michigan (at Arlington, TX), Georgia at Notre Dame, Louisville at Kentucky, LSU vs. BYU (at Houston, TX), BYU at Mississippi State, Purdue at Missouri, Ole Miss at California, Clemson at South Carolina, Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech (at Atlanta, GA), Texas A&M at UCLA, and Kansas State at Vanderbilt.

The 2017 SEC Championship Game will be played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 2.

2017 SEC Football Schedules
Composite schedule below.

East Division

West Division

2017 SEC Football Schedule (Composite)

Thursday, Aug. 31
Florida A&M at Arkansas (Little Rock)

Saturday, Sept. 2
Alabama vs. Florida State (Atlanta)
Georgia Southern at Auburn
Florida vs. Michigan (Arlington)
Appalachian State at Georgia
Kentucky at Southern Miss
LSU vs. BYU (Houston)
South Alabama at Ole Miss
Charleston Southern at Mississippi State
Missouri State at Missouri
South Carolina vs. NC State (Charlotte)
Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee

Sunday, Sept. 3
Texas A&M at UCLA

Monday, Sept. 4
Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta)

Saturday, Sept. 9
Fresno State at Alabama
TCU at Arkansas
Auburn at Clemson
Georgia at Notre Dame
Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky
UT Chattanooga at LSU
UT Martin at Ole Miss
Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech
South Carolina at Missouri
Indiana State at Tennessee
Nicholls State at Texas A&M
Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt
Northern Colorado at Florida (canceled)

Saturday, Sept. 16
Colorado State at Alabama
Mercer at Auburn
Tennessee at Florida
Samford at Georgia
Ole Miss at California
LSU at Mississippi State
Purdue at Missouri
Kentucky at South Carolina
UL Lafayette at Texas A&M
Kansas State at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Sept. 23
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)
Mississippi State at Georgia
Florida at Kentucky
Syracuse at LSU
Auburn at Missouri
Louisiana Tech at South Carolina
UMass at Tennessee
Alabama at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Sept. 30
Ole Miss at Alabama
New Mexico State at Arkansas
Mississippi State at Auburn
Vanderbilt at Florida
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
Troy at LSU
Georgia at Tennessee
South Carolina at Texas A&M

Saturday, Oct. 7
Ole Miss at Auburn
Missouri at Kentucky
LSU at Florida (changed sites)
Arkansas at South Carolina
Alabama at Texas A&M
Georgia at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 14
Arkansas at Alabama
Texas A&M at Florida
Missouri at Georgia
Auburn at LSU
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
BYU at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Tennessee

Saturday, Oct. 21
Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Arkansas
LSU at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Mississippi State
Idaho at Missouri

Saturday, Oct. 28
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Tennessee at Kentucky
Arkansas at Ole Miss
Missouri at UConn
Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Mississippi State at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 4
LSU at Alabama
Coastal Carolina at Arkansas
South Carolina at Georgia
Ole Miss at Kentucky
UMass at Mississippi State
Florida at Missouri
Southern Miss at Tennessee
Auburn at Texas A&M
Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 11
Georgia at Auburn
Arkansas at LSU
UL Lafayette at Ole Miss
Alabama at Mississippi State
Tennessee at Missouri
Florida at South Carolina
New Mexico at Texas A&M
Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 18
Mercer at Alabama
Mississippi State at Arkansas
ULM at Auburn
UAB at Florida
Kentucky at Georgia
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Wofford at South Carolina
LSU at Tennessee
Missouri at Vanderbilt

Thursday, Nov. 23
Ole Miss at Mississippi State

Friday, Nov. 24
Missouri at Arkansas

Saturday, Nov. 25
Alabama at Auburn
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Louisville at Kentucky
Texas A&M at LSU
Clemson at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Saturday, Dec. 2
SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)

Comments (14)

Texas A&M – the refs need to be impartial – instead the home games played in Texas are determined by the referees…needs addressed before 2017 season, as it is, its beneath SEC sportsmanship and honor.

@sec4me number 1: “home games played in Texas are determined by the referees,”…which is why the road team has won the last 5 games between A&M and Auburn, and why A&M has a much stronger SEC record on the road than at home? Or are you suggesting that the refs at Kyle Field are biased biased against A&M? If that’s the case then I suppose I could get behind a movement to change that, biased as I am.

I would guess CBS starts out 2017 in either Atlanta or Arlington but ESPN sure would love both of them

Why does Alabama not ever play some of the tougher teams in the sec eastern division, like Georgia and Florida

It seems to me that Alabama plays Tennessee every year, and at least in 2016 they were the second best team in the East. The other East game is on rotation, as Zach pointed out. It’s also worth pointing out that Alabama has played Florida two years in a row now, and that it’s a reasonable expectation going into any given season that Alabama will end up playing the #1 team from the East eventually.