2020 SEC Football Schedule Analysis - NCAA Betting

2020 SEC Football Schedule Analysis

The 2020 SEC football schedule was released on Monday with teams beginning play on September 26. The hope for each of the SEC schools is that they can manage the coronavirus and keep their players relatively healthy. Whether that is possible or not is still a huge question mark. If things go as planned the 2020 SEC football schedule will be very exciting, as Alabama will host Georgia on October 17th in the first regular season meeting between the teams in Tuscaloosa since 2007. New Mississippi head coach Lane Kiffin will face his former boss Nick Saban and Alabama on October 10th. The biggest game of the season has defending national champion LSU hosting Alabama on November 14th.

Schedule Flexibility

Because of the potential for COVID-19 outbreaks among teams, the SEC put in some flexibility to the schedule. Every team will have a bye week and there will also be another break, as no teams will play on December 12th. That gives the conference two weeks to reschedule any games that were postponed. Each team will play 10 conference games and unlike the ACC and Big 12, there will be no non-conference games for SEC teams this season. The season begins on September 26th with all 14 teams in action. While the schedule was changed a lot, there will still be the annual Alabama-Auburn and Mississippi-Mississippi State games on Thanksgiving weekend. The SEC Championship game is scheduled for December 19th in Atlanta.

Tough Sledding

New Mississippi State head coach Mike Leach may wish he stayed with Washington State. His Bulldogs face a brutal schedule including a four-week stretch that has them playing at Alabama, home against Auburn and at Georgia. Kentucky will also face a difficult schedule, as they have a brutal road trip in late November that has them going to Alabama and Florida. The early season schedule for South Carolina is tough as they have to play Florida, LSU and Auburn. And don’t forget about Arkansas, as the Razorbacks have lost 19 straight SEC games. They better get that first win quickly under new head coach Sam Pittman because they close out the season with six games in six weeks including matchups against Texas A&M, Florida, LSU and Alabama.

2020 SEC Football Schedule

Saturday, September 26

Alabama at Missouri

Florida at Ole Miss

Georgia at Arkansas

Kentucky at Auburn

Mississippi State at LSU

Tennessee at South Carolina

Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

Saturday, October 3

Texas A&M at Alabama

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Auburn at Georgia

South Carolina at Florida

Ole Miss at Kentucky

LSU at Vanderbilt

Missouri at Tennessee

Saturday, October 10

Alabama at Ole Miss

Arkansas at Auburn

Tennessee at Georgia

Florida at Texas A&M

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Missouri at LSU

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

Saturday, October 17

Georgia at Alabama

Ole Miss at Arkansas

Auburn at South Carolina

LSU at Florida

Kentucky at Tennessee

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Vanderbilt at Missouri

Saturday, October 24

Alabama at Tennessee

Auburn at Ole Miss

Missouri at Florida

Georgia at Kentucky

South Carolina at LSU

Byes: Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Arkansas

Saturday, October 31

Mississippi State at Alabama

Arkansas at Texas A&M

LSU at Auburn

Kentucky at Missouri

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

Byes: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee

Saturday, November 7

Tennessee at Arkansas

Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville, FL)

Vanderbilt at Mississippi State

Texas A&M at South Carolina

Byes: Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Missouri

Saturday, November 14

Alabama at LSU

Arkansas at Florida

Auburn at Mississippi State

Georgia at Missouri

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

South Carolina at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at Tennessee

Saturday, November 21

Kentucky at Alabama

LSU at Arkansas

Tennessee at Auburn

Florida at Vanderbilt

Mississippi State at Georgia

Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Missouri at South Carolina

Saturday, November 28

Auburn at Alabama

Arkansas at Missouri

Kentucky at Florida

Georgia at South Carolina

LSU at Texas A&M

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

Saturday, December 5

Alabama at Arkansas

Texas A&M at Auburn

Florida at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Georgia

South Carolina at Kentucky

Ole Miss at LSU

Missouri at Mississippi State

Saturday, December 19

SEC Championship Game – Atlanta, Georgia

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