August 7, 2019
SEC announces schedule for 2020
The SEC announced their full 2020 season schedule on Wednesday, giving the league an idea of what next year looks like just as fall camp for the upcoming campaign gets underway across the conference.
Unlike 2019 however, the SEC (and college football in general) will have 13 playing weekends during the regular season instead of this year’s 14. That results in just one open date for each team instead of the two they’ll have spread out between late August and December this year.
There are a few monster games now set. This includes previously announced non-conference games like Alabama-USC at AT&T Stadium in North Texas during Week 1, as well as Arkansas at Notre Dame, Tennessee traveling to Oklahoma and Texas’ return game at LSU — all three of which are during Week 2.
Conference play begins on week 2 with Kentucky at Florida and Vanderbilt at Missouri. A little later in the year is a rather notable change as The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry between Georgia and Auburn moves to October 10.
November 28 is another date to keep in mind as the final regular-season weekend is capped off with traditional games like the Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn and the '7-overtime bowl' - LSU at Texas A&M.
The entire 2020 SEC schedule can be viewed HERE.
Ran DeBord - All Access Sporting News
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