SEC Releases 2019 Football Schedules

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WCBI/SEC) – The Southeastern Conference today announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2019 season.

With 14 playing weekends, the 2019 schedule includes two open dates for each team and conference contests scheduled each week.

Each SEC team will play eight conference football games to include six games against division opponents and two games against non-division opponents. One of the non-division opponents will be a permanent annual opponent and the other non-division opponent will rotate each year.

The season begins the weekend of August 31 with 13 games, including four neutral site games on opening weekend.

The 2019 season will culminate with the SEC Championship Game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, December 7. It will be the 28th edition of the game and the 26th in the city of Atlanta.

2019 SEC Football Week-By-Week Schedule
Date Game
August 31 Alabama vs. Duke (Atlanta)
Portland State at Arkansas
Auburn vs. Oregon (Dallas)
Florida vs. Miami (Orlando)
Toledo at Kentucky
Georgia Southern at LSU
Ole Miss at Memphis
Mississippi State vs. UL-Lafayette (New Orleans)
Missouri at Wyoming
South Carolina vs. North Carolina (Charlotte)
Georgia State at Tennessee
Texas State at Texas A&M
Georgia at Vanderbilt
September 7 New Mexico State at Alabama
Tulane at Auburn
UT-Martin at Florida
Murray State at Georgia
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
LSU at Texas
Arkansas at Ole Miss
Southern Miss at Mississippi State
West Virginia at Missouri
Charleston Southern at South Carolina
BYU at Tennessee
Texas A&M at Clemson
Vanderbilt at Purdue
September 14 Colorado State at Arkansas
Kent State at Auburn
Arkansas State at Georgia
Florida at Kentucky
Northwestern State at LSU
Southeastern Louisiana at Ole Miss
Kansas State at Mississippi State
Southeast Missouri State at Missouri
Alabama at South Carolina
UT-Chattanooga at Tennessee
Lamar at Texas A&M
September 21 Southern Miss at Alabama
San Jose State at Arkansas
Tennessee at Florida
Notre Dame at Georgia
California at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Missouri
Auburn at Texas A&M
LSU at Vanderbilt
September 28 Ole Miss at Alabama
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Arlington)
Mississippi State at Auburn
Towson at Florida
Kentucky at South Carolina
Northern Illinois at Vanderbilt
October 5 Auburn at Florida
Utah State at LSU
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
Troy at Missouri
Georgia at Tennessee
October 12 South Carolina at Georgia
Arkansas at Kentucky
Florida at LSU
Ole Miss at Missouri
Mississippi State at Tennessee
Alabama at Texas A&M
UNLV at Vanderbilt
October 19 Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Arkansas
Kentucky at Georgia
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
LSU at Mississippi State
Florida at South Carolina
Missouri at Vanderbilt
October 26 Arkansas at Alabama
Missouri at Kentucky
Auburn at LSU
South Carolina at Tennessee
Mississippi State at Texas A&M
November 2 Mississippi State at Arkansas
Ole Miss at Auburn
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Vanderbilt at South Carolina
UAB at Tennessee
UT-San Antonio at Texas A&M
November 9 LSU at Alabama
Western Kentucky at Arkansas
Vanderbilt at Florida
Missouri at Georgia
Tennessee at Kentucky
New Mexico State at Ole Miss
Appalachian State at South Carolina
November 16 Georgia at Auburn
LSU at Ole Miss
Alabama at Mississippi State
Florida at Missouri
South Carolina at Texas A&M
Kentucky at Vanderbilt
November 23 Western Carolina at Alabama
Samford at Auburn
Texas A&M at Georgia
UT-Martin at Kentucky
Arkansas at LSU
Abilene Christian at Mississippi State
Tennessee at Missouri
East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt
November 28 (Thursday) Ole Miss at Mississippi State
November 30 Missouri at Arkansas (Little Rock)
Alabama at Auburn
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Louisville at Kentucky
Texas A&M at LSU
Clemson at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Tennessee
Dec. 7 SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)



Aug. 31           vs. Duke (Atlanta, Ga.)

Sept. 7            NEW MEXICO STATE

Sept. 14          at South Carolina

Sept. 21         SOUTHERN MISS

Sept. 28         OLE MISS

Oct. 5              Bye

Oct. 12            at Texas A&M

Oct. 19           TENNESSEE

Oct. 26           ARKANSAS

Nov. 2             Bye

Nov. 9            LSU

Nov. 16           at Mississippi State

Nov. 23          WESTERN CAROLINA

Nov. 30           at Auburn


Aug. 31                 vs. Louisiana                  New Orleans, La. (Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
Sept. 7                   SOUTHERN MISS           Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Sept. 14                 KANSAS STATE              Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Sept. 21                 KENTUCKY *                 Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Sept. 28                 at Auburn *                  Auburn, Ala. (Jordan-Hare Stadium)
Oct. 12                  at Tennessee *              Knoxville, Tenn. (Neyland Stadium)
Oct. 19                  LSU *                            Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Oct. 26                  at Texas A&M *             College Station, Texas (Kyle Field)
Nov. 2                   at Arkansas *                Fayetteville, Ark.
Nov. 16                 ALABAMA *                   Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Nov. 23                 ABILENE CHRISTIAN       Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)
Nov. 28 (Thu.)   OLE MISS *                       Starkville, Miss. (Davis Wade Stadium)


Aug. 31            at Memphis

Sept. 7             ARKANSAS


Sept. 21           CALIFORNIA

Sept. 28           at Alabama

Oct. 5              VANDERBILT

Oct. 12            at Missouri

Oct. 19            TEXAS A&M

Oct. 26            Open Date

Nov. 2              at Auburn

Nov. 9              NEW MEXICO STATE

Nov. 16            LSU

Nov. 23            Open Date

Nov. 28 (Thu.) at Mississippi State

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