2020 SEC football schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2020 SEC Football Schedule was officially announced on Wednesday. Conference play begins on Saturday, September 12 with Kentucky at Florida and Vanderbilt at Missouri.

Featured 2020 non-conference match-ups include Alabama vs. USC (in Arlington, TX), Arkansas at Notre Dame, Auburn vs. North Carolina (in Atlanta, GA), Florida at Florida State, Georgia vs. Virginia (in Atlanta, GA), Kentucky at Louisville, Texas at LSU, Mississippi State at NC State, Missouri at BYU, Ole Miss vs. Baylor (in Houston, TX), Colorado at Texas A&M, South Carolina at Clemson, Tennessee at Oklahoma, and Vanderbilt at Kansas State.

The 2020 SEC Championship Game will be played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 5.

2020 SEC Football Schedules
Composite schedule below.

East Division

West Division

2020 SEC Football Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 5
Alabama vs. USC (Arlington)
Kent State at Arkansas
Alcorn State at Auburn
Eastern Washington at Florida
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
UTSA at LSU
Ole Miss vs. Baylor (Houston)
New Mexico at Mississippi State
Central Arkansas at Missouri
Coastal Carolina at South Carolina
Charlotte at Tennessee
Abilene Christian at Texas A&M
Mercer at Vanderbilt

Monday, Sept. 7
Georgia vs. Virginia (Atlanta)

Saturday, Sept. 12
Georgia State at Alabama
Arkansas at Notre Dame
Auburn vs. North Carolina (Atlanta)
Kentucky at Florida
East Tennessee State at Georgia
Texas at LSU
Southeast Missouri State at Ole Miss
Mississippi State at NC State
Vanderbilt at Missouri
East Carolina at South Carolina
Tennessee at Oklahoma
North Texas at Texas A&M

Saturday, Sept. 19
Georgia at Alabama
South Alabama at Florida
Kent State at Kentucky
LSU vs. Rice (Houston)
Auburn at Ole Miss
Arkansas at Mississippi State
Missouri at South Carolina
Furman at Tennessee
Colorado at Texas A&M
Vanderbilt at Kansas State

Saturday, Sept. 26
Kent State at Alabama
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)
Southern Miss at Auburn
ULM at Georgia
South Carolina at Kentucky
Ole Miss at LSU
Tulane at Mississippi State
Eastern Michigan at Missouri
Florida at Tennessee
Colorado State at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 3
Charleston Southern at Arkansas
Kentucky at Auburn
South Carolina at Florida
Vanderbilt at Georgia
Nicholls at LSU
Alabama at Ole Miss
Texas A&M at Mississippi State
Missouri at Tennessee

Saturday, Oct. 10
Alabama at Arkansas
LSU at Florida
Auburn at Georgia
Eastern Illinois at Kentucky
Missouri at BYU
Tennessee at South Carolina
Fresno State at Texas A&M
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 17
Mississippi State at Alabama
LSU at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Auburn
Vanderbilt at Kentucky
Florida at Ole Miss
Georgia at Missouri

Saturday, Oct. 24
Mississippi State at LSU
Middle Tennessee at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Missouri
Texas A&M at South Carolina
Alabama at Tennessee

Saturday, Oct. 31
Tennessee at Arkansas
Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Auburn at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 7
Arkansas at Auburn
Alabama at LSU
Missouri at Mississippi State
Georgia at South Carolina
Kentucky at Tennessee
Ole Miss at Texas A&M
Florida at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 14
UT Martin at Alabama
Ole Miss at Arkansas
UMass at Auburn
Missouri at Florida
Tennessee at Georgia
Mississippi State at Kentucky
South Carolina at LSU
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 21
Texas A&M at Alabama
ULM at Arkansas
LSU at Auburn
New Mexico State at Florida
Georgia at Kentucky
Georgia Southern at Ole Miss
Alabama A&M at Mississippi State
Louisiana at Missouri
Wofford at South Carolina
Troy at Tennessee
Louisiana Tech at Vanderbilt

Thursday, Nov. 26
Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Saturday, Nov. 28
Auburn at Alabama
Florida at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Georgia
Kentucky at Louisville
Arkansas at Missouri
South Carolina at Clemson
LSU at Texas A&M
Tennessee at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Dec. 5
SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)

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Comments (4)

If any of Georgia, Texas A&M, Auburn knock off Alabama in their stadium and they are in a position to make the College Football Playoff, it will be a massive boost in the eyes of those on the selection committee. But those teams cannot afford to believe the hype and have a letdown in their next game.

Teams like Alabama and Clemson have not played real football until they have played in the cold.

I think more outdoor stadiums up north should be awarded title games. I’d like to see how Southern teams fare in such an environment.

Don’t worry, there’d be plenty of hot chocolate to go around.