The SEC, along with fellow Power Five conferences the ACC and Big 12, is moving forward with football this fall. While the conference ultimately decided to nix out of conference games and play a 10-game, conference only schedule this season, SEC football is still going to grace our television screens this fall, which is a great thing.
This means that we’ll have the traditional SEC on CBS games to look forward to in the mid-afternoon on Saturdays very soon and on Tuesday the conference and the network laid out the schedule.
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) September 1, 2020
9/26: Mississippi State at LSU
10/3: Texas A&M at Alabama
10/17: Georgia at Alabama
10/31: LSU at Auburn
11/7: Florida vs. Georgia in Jacksonville
11/14: Alabama at LSU
12/19: SEC Title Game
You’ll notice there are some gaps in the schedule where we can assume will be filled at a later date and before we give you predictions for what those games could be, let’s rank the Top 3 games on the slate thus far.
- Alabama at LSU – As per usual, this is the biggest game on the college football schedule this year, especially with the Big Ten not playing football as of right now.
- Florida vs. Georgia – This could ultimately decided who represents the SEC East in Atlanta this year. The ‘World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party’ may not be able to have tailgaters on-site, but it’s going to be a fun one.
- Georgia at Alabama – Maybe this is the year Georgia can take over the SEC and make a statement by going into Bryant-Denny and beating the Tide.
As for the open dates on the schedule, here’s what we’re thinking:
10/10: Tennessee at Georgia
10/24: Alabama at Tennessee
11/21: Ole Miss at Texas A&M
11/28: Auburn at Alabama
12/5: Florida at Tennessee