2019 SEC football schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2019 SEC Football Schedule was officially announced on Tuesday. Conference play begins on Saturday, Aug. 31 with Georgia at Vanderbilt.

Featured 2019 non-conference match-ups include Alabama vs. Duke (in Atlanta, GA), Colorado State at Arkansas, Auburn vs. Oregon (in Arlington, TX), Florida vs. Miami FL (in Orlando, FL), Notre Dame at Georgia, Louisville at Kentucky, LSU at Texas, Kansas State at Mississippi State, West Virginia at Missouri, Cal at Ole Miss, Clemson at South Carolina, BYU at Tennessee, Texas A&M at Clemson, and Vanderbilt at Purdue.

The 2019 SEC Championship Game will be played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 7.

2019 SEC Football Schedules
Composite schedule below.

East Division

West Division

2019 SEC Football Schedule (Composite)

Saturday, Aug. 31
Alabama vs. Duke (Atlanta)
Portland State at Arkansas
Auburn vs. Oregon (Dallas)
Florida vs. Miami (Orlando)
Toledo at Kentucky
Georgia Southern at LSU
Ole Miss at Memphis
Mississippi State vs. UL-Lafayette (New Orleans)
Missouri at Wyoming
South Carolina vs. North Carolina (Charlotte)
Georgia State at Tennessee
Texas State at Texas A&M
Georgia at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Sept. 7
New Mexico State at Alabama
Tulane at Auburn
UT-Martin at Florida
Murray State at Georgia
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
LSU at Texas
Arkansas at Ole Miss
Southern Miss at Mississippi State
West Virginia at Missouri
Charleston Southern at South Carolina
BYU at Tennessee
Texas A&M at Clemson
Vanderbilt at Purdue

Saturday, Sept. 14
Colorado State at Arkansas
Kent State at Auburn
Arkansas State at Georgia
Florida at Kentucky
Northwestern State at LSU
Southeastern Louisiana at Ole Miss
Kansas State at Mississippi State
Southeast Missouri State at Missouri
Alabama at South Carolina
UT-Chattanooga at Tennessee
Lamar at Texas A&M

Saturday, Sept. 21
Southern Miss at Alabama
San Jose State at Arkansas
Tennessee at Florida
Notre Dame at Georgia
California at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Missouri
Auburn at Texas A&M
LSU at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Sept. 28
Ole Miss at Alabama
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Arlington)
Mississippi State at Auburn
Towson at Florida
Kentucky at South Carolina
Northern Illinois at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 5
Auburn at Florida
Utah State at LSU
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
Troy at Missouri
Georgia at Tennessee

Saturday, Oct. 12
South Carolina at Georgia
Arkansas at Kentucky
Florida at LSU
Ole Miss at Missouri
Mississippi State at Tennessee
Alabama at Texas A&M
UNLV at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 19
Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Arkansas
Kentucky at Georgia
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
LSU at Mississippi State
Florida at South Carolina
Missouri at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 26
Arkansas at Alabama
Missouri at Kentucky
Auburn at LSU
South Carolina at Tennessee
Mississippi State at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 2
Mississippi State at Arkansas
Ole Miss at Auburn
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Vanderbilt at South Carolina
UAB at Tennessee
UT-San Antonio at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 9
LSU at Alabama
Western Kentucky at Arkansas
Vanderbilt at Florida
Missouri at Georgia
Tennessee at Kentucky
New Mexico State at Ole Miss
Appalachian State at South Carolina

Saturday, Nov. 16
Georgia at Auburn
LSU at Ole Miss
Alabama at Mississippi State
Florida at Missouri
South Carolina at Texas A&M
Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 23
Western Carolina at Alabama
Samford at Auburn
Texas A&M at Georgia
UT-Martin at Kentucky
Arkansas at LSU
Abilene Christian at Mississippi State
Tennessee at Missouri
East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt

Thursday, Nov. 28
Ole Miss at Mississippi State

Saturday, Nov. 30
Missouri at Arkansas (Little Rock)
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. 7
SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)

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Comments (10)

BYU Is recruiting solid classes and they are getting HUGE linemen…they basically beat Wisconsin at their own game. But BYU’s team speed isn’t the best which is why they struggle against SEC squads. Tennessee should match up well against the Cougars.

BYU always competes well with P5 teams, surprised they beat a #5 Wisconsin team but ohh well.
Would not be shocked if they beat Tennessee next year but who knows, W.Virginia laid it on the Vols this year but once again the Vols are going through major surgery as a team.