SEC football 2020 schedule: Team-by-team breakdown of home and away games in the midst of COVID-19 shakeup

The SEC on Thursday declared it will move its school football season’s beginning go back to Sept. 26 and that it is dropping nonconference games for all group individuals. Rather, the association will fill its calendar by growing from an eight-game gathering timetable to a 10-game, meeting just timetable in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The choice to nix nonconference games drops a few prominent games recently scheduled for this fall including Tennessee at Oklahoma, Arkansas at Notre Dame and Texas at LSU. Since the beginning date for the season is pushed back, so too is the SEC Championship Game, which is currently scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 19.

“This new plan for a football schedule is consistent with the educational goals of our universities to allow for the safe and orderly return to campus of their student populations and to provide a healthy learning environment during these unique circumstances presented by the COVID-19 virus,” SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said. “This new schedule supports the safety measures that are being taken by each of our institutions to ensure the health of our campus communities.”

The eight-game gathering plan for groups is regularly included six intradivisional games, one customary cross-divisional game and one rotational cross-divisional game.

It’s muddled right now how the SEC will extend the timetable from eight to 10 games as it reported it will do, however beneath is a look of the whole 2020 SEC gathering plan as we probably am aware it.


Home: Georgia,Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Auburn

Away: Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, LSU


Home: Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Mississippi

Away: Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Auburn, Missouri


Home: Kentucky,Texas A&M, Arkansas, LSU

Away: Mississippi, Georgia, Mississippi State, Alabama


Home: Kentucky, South Carolina, LSU, Missouri

Away: Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia (Jacksonville, Florida), Vanderbilt


Home: Vanderbilt, Auburn, Florida (Jacksonville, Florida), Tennessee

Away: Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina, Kentucky


Home: South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Georgia

Away: Florida, Auburn, Missouri, Tennessee


Home: Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Alabama, South Carolina

Away: Florida, Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M


Home: Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State

Away: LSU, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, Arkansas

Mississippi State

Home: Arkansas, Texas A&M, Auburn, Missouri

Away: Alabama, LSU, Kentucky, Mississippi


Home: Vanderbilt, Georgia, Kentucky, Arkansas

Away: South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Florida

South Carolina

Home: Missouri, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Georgia

Away: Kentucky, Florida, Vanderbilt, LSU


Home: Florida, Missouri, Alabama, Kentucky

Away: South Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Vanderbilt

Texas A&M

Home: Arkansas, Mississippi, Vanderbilt, LSU

Away: Mississippi State, Auburn, South Carolina, Alabama


Home: Mississippi, South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee

Away: Missouri, Georgia, Kentucky, Texas A&M

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