Football schedule 2020: SEC releases full list with Alabama-Georgia on Oct. 17

The SEC released its whole 2020 football plan Monday night, with Alabama and Georgia getting down to business on Oct. 17 in Bryant-Denny Stadium, denoting the main ordinary season matchup between the Crimson Tide and Dawgs in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, since Nick Saban’s first season as Alabama mentor in 2007.

Different features incorporate Alabama and guarding national victor LSU meeting on Nov. 14 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The two groups have an open date the prior week. LSU hasn’t beaten Alabama at Tiger Stadium since 2010.

Nothing will come simple for Mike Leach in his first season as a SEC lead trainer. Mississippi State faces an exhausting four-week stretch that begins with Alabama out and about on Oct. 31 and closes with a street game against Georgia on Nov. 21.

The prior week venturing out to Georgia, Mississippi State faces Auburn at home. Kentucky faces one of the harder consecutive street extends with outings to Alabama on Nov. 21 and to Florida on Nov. 28.

The long stretch of October could get snappy for Will Muschamp and South Carolina. The Gamecocks play three groups positioned in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll, including street games against No. 8 Florida on Oct. 3 and No. 5 LSU on Oct. 24. They face No. 11 Auburn at home on Oct. 17.

Arkansas, which has lost 19 straight SEC games, faces an overwhelming near the season under first-year mentor Sam Pittman. The Hogs have six games in about a month and a half, including street games against Texas A&M on Oct. 31 and Florida on Nov. 14 and home games against LSU on Nov. 21 and Alabama on Dec. 5.

Florida and Tennessee, groups who have customarily met in September, won’t play until the last seven day stretch of the period on Dec. 5 when the Gators travel to Neyland Stadium. The Iron Bowl meeting among Alabama and Auburn will stay in its typical Thanksgiving weekend opening on Nov. 28.

Path Kiffin, in his first season as Ole Miss’ mentor, goes head to head against his old manager Nick Saban when Alabama visits Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Oct. 10 to take on the Rebels.

The SEC reported the opening-week record prior Monday and will play a 10-game, association just timetable this season.

The group declared not long ago two extra adversaries for each group to oblige the current eight class enemies. The two extra adversaries were cross-divisional enemies and were chosen, as per an announcement from SEC magistrate Greg Sankey, to “make a calendar that is as serious as could be expected under the circumstances and expands on the current eight meeting games that had just been planned for 2020.”

Here’s a team-by-team list of the 2020 SEC schedule:


Sept. 26: at Missouri

Oct. 3: vs. Texas A&M

Oct. 10: at Ole Miss

Oct. 17: vs. Georgia

Oct. 24: at Tennessee

Oct. 31: vs. Mississippi State

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: at LSU

Nov. 21: vs. Kentucky

Nov. 28: vs. Auburn

Dec. 5: at Arkansas


Sept. 26: vs. Georgia

Oct. 3: at Mississippi State

Oct. 10: at Auburn

Oct. 17: vs. Ole Miss

Oct. 24: Bye

Oct. 31: at Texas A&M

Nov. 7: vs. Tennessee

Nov. 14: at Florida

Nov. 21: vs. LSU

Nov. 28: at Missouri

Dec. 5: vs. Alabama


Sept. 26: vs. Kentucky

Oct. 3: at Georgia

Oct. 10: vs. Arkansas

Oct. 17: at South Carolina

Oct. 24: at Ole Miss

Oct. 31: vs. LSU

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: at Mississippi State

Nov. 21: vs. Tennessee

Nov. 28: at Alabama

Dec. 5: vs. Texas


Sept. 26: at Ole Miss

Oct. 3: vs. South Carolina

Oct. 10: at Texas A&M

Oct. 17: vs. LSU

Oct. 24: vs. Missouri

Oct. 31: Bye

Nov. 7: vs. Georgia (Jacksonville, Florida)

Nov. 14: vs. Arkansas

Nov. 21: at Vanderbilt

Nov. 28: vs. Kentucky

Dec. 5: at Tennessee


Sept. 26: at Arkansas

Oct. 3: vs. Auburn

Oct. 10: vs. Tennessee

Oct. 17: at Alabama

Oct. 24: at Kentucky

Oct. 31: Bye

Nov. 7: vs. Florida (Jacksonville)

Nov. 14: at Missouri

Nov. 21: vs. Mississippi State

Nov. 28: at South Carolina

Dec. 5: vs. Vanderbilt


Sept. 26: at Auburn

Oct. 3: vs. Ole Miss

Oct. 10: vs. Mississippi State

Oct. 17: at Tennessee

Oct. 24: vs. Kentucky

Oct. 31: at Missouri

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: vs. Vanderbilt

Nov. 21: at Alabama

Nov. 28: at Florida

Dec. 5: vs. South Carolina


Sept. 26: vs. Mississippi State

Oct. 3: at Vanderbilt

Oct. 10: vs. Missouri

Oct. 17: at Florida

Oct. 24: vs. South Carolina

Oct. 31: at Auburn

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: vs. Alabama

Nov. 21: at Arkansas

Nov. 28: at Texas A&M

Dec. 5: vs. Ole Miss


Sept. 26: at LSU

Oct. 3: vs. Arkansas

Oct. 10: at Kentucky

Oct. 17: vs. Texas A&M

Oct. 24: Bye

Oct. 31: at Alabama

Nov. 7: vs. Vanderbilt

Nov. 14: vs. Auburn

Nov. 21: at Georgia

Nov. 28: at Ole Miss

Dec. 5: vs. Missouri


Sept. 26: vs. Alabama

Oct. 3: at Tennessee

Oct. 10: at LSU

Oct. 17: vs. Vanderbilt

Oct. 24: at Florida

Oct. 31: vs. Kentucky

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: vs. Georgia

Nov. 21: at South Carolina

Nov. 28: vs. Arkansas

Dec. 5: at Mississippi State


Sept. 26: vs. Florida

Oct. 3: at Kentucky

Oct. 10: vs. Alabama

Oct. 17: at Arkansas

Oct. 24: vs. Auburn

Oct. 31: at Vanderbilt

Nov. 7: Bye

Nov. 14: vs. South Carolina

Nov. 21: at Texas A&M

Nov. 28: vs. Mississippi State

Dec. 5: at LSU


Sept. 26: vs. Tennessee

Oct. 3: at Florida

Oct. 10: at Vanderbilt

Oct. 17: vs. Auburn

Oct. 24: at LSU

Oct. 31: Bye

Nov. 7: vs. Texas A&M

Nov. 14: at Ole Miss

Nov. 21: vs. Missouri

Nov. 28: vs. Georgia

Dec. 5: at Kentucky


Sept. 26: at South Carolina

Oct. 3: vs. Missouri

Oct. 10: at Georgia

Oct. 17: vs. Kentucky

Oct. 24: vs. Alabama

Oct. 31: Bye

Nov. 7: at Arkansas

Nov. 14: vs. Texas A&M

Nov. 21: at Auburn

Nov. 28: at Vanderbilt

Dec. 5: vs. Florida


Sept. 26: vs. Vanderbilt

Oct. 3: at Alabama

Oct. 10: vs. Florida

Oct. 17: at Mississippi State

Oct. 24: Bye

Oct. 31: vs. Arkansas

Nov. 7: at South Carolina

Nov. 14: at Tennessee

Nov. 21: vs. Ole Miss

Nov. 28: vs. LSU

Dec. 5: at Auburn


Sept. 26: at Texas A&M

Oct. 3: vs. LSU

Oct. 10: vs. South Carolina

Oct. 17: at Missouri

Oct. 24: Bye

Oct. 31: vs. Ole Miss

Nov. 7: at Mississippi State

Nov. 14: at Kentucky

Nov. 21: vs. Florida

Nov. 28: vs. Tennessee

Dec. 5: at Georgia