2012 SEC Football Schedules Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

SECThe SEC officially announced their 2012 football schedules this morning. Conference play begins on Thurs., Aug. 30 with South Carolina at Vanderbilt.

Missouri, which will compete in the Eastern Division, plays their first SEC game at home on Sept. 8 against Georgia. Texas A&M was placed in the Western Division and will host Florida on Sept. 8.

Featured 2012 non-conference match-ups include Alabama vs. Michigan (at Arlington, TX), Auburn vs. Clemson (at Atlanta, GA), Florida at Florida State, Georgia Tech at Georgia, Kentucky at Louisville, Washington at LSU, Arizona State at Missouri, Texas at Ole Miss, South Carolina at Clemson, Tennessee vs. NC State (at Atlanta, GA) and Vanderbilt at Northwestern.

The 2012 SEC Championship Game will be played at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 1.

Listed below are links to the 2012 SEC Football Schedules:

Comments (7)

The release on the Auburn website states their OOC games are Clemson (in Atlanta), ULM, New Mexico St and Alabama A&M. No McNeese St listed.

For the second straight year, UGA avoids the big three of the west (Alabama, Arkansas and LSU).

Arkansas and LSU weren’t on the regular rotation for Georgia in 2011 and 2012. Alabama was supposed to come on, but the addition of Missouri messed that up.

In order for Georgia to have played Alabama in 2012, the SEC says Auburn would have had to travel to Georgia for the 2nd straight year and you know they probably vetoed that idea.

Uga wishes we played those three teams Greg63, Auburn,not Arkansas would be the big 3 from west side!! And we would have beaten Arkansas like we always do!!

Obviously greg6363 is writing of recent and near future. Arkansas has won 3 of last 4 against Auburn and beat Auburn 38-14 last October. Arkansas loses 2 LB’s, a DE and a safety. Arkansas also loses 3 All SEC receivers but have the best receivers in the SEC on the bench. Auburn has enough current problems to sink a battleship. You trying to pull Somebody’s leg or be a blame comic?

Arkansas’ anticipated border rivalry with Missouri took a vacation south to Alabama. Alabama blocked Missouri’ entry to the Weat and now the SEC schedules are twisted to hell so they can play each other. Anyone ask the SEC front office about hypocrisy and common sense? Oh Well, it’s BAMA!!!!!