2013 SEC Football Schedules Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

SECThe 2013 SEC Football Schedules were officially announced today. Conference play begins on Aug. 31 when Ole Miss travels to face Vanderbilt.

Featured 2013 non-conference match-ups include Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (at Atlanta, GA), Arkansas at Rutgers, Washington State at Auburn, Florida at Miami (FL), Georgia at Clemson, Louisville at Kentucky, LSU vs. TCU (at Arlington, TX), Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma State (at Houston, TX), Missouri at Indiana, Ole Miss at Texas, North Carolina at South Carolina, Tennessee at Oregon, SMU at Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt at Ohio State.

From the SEC:

The 2013 schedule is considered a “bridge” schedule and not based on any other previous or future scheduling formats. The SEC Athletics Directors will convene in Spring 2013 to begin formulating schedules for the 2014 season and beyond.

“As we began working on the 2013 football schedule, it became apparent that the conference would need another year of the ‘bridge’ schedule to make everything work,” said SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. “I appreciate the SEC transition team and our athletics directors, who came together to put this schedule in place. We look forward to starting with our new scheduling rotation in 2014.”

The eight-game conference schedule consists of six games played inside the division and two games against teams from the opposite division. The cross-divisional common opponents that were previously announced by the conference will not take place until 2014.

In order to maintain a balanced schedule for the 2014 season and beyond, there are three games that will have repeat hosts from the 2012 schedule. Those games are Ole Miss at Alabama, Texas A&M at Ole Miss and Georgia at Auburn.

The 2013 SEC Championship Game will be played at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Saturday, Dec. 7.

2013 SEC Football Schedules

East Division

West Division

2013 SEC Composite Football Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 29
North Carolina at South Carolina

Saturday, Aug. 31
Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (at Atlanta, GA)
Austin Peay at Tennessee
Georgia at Clemson
Kentucky vs. Western Kentucky (at Nashville, TN)
LSU vs. TCU (at Arlington, TX)
Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma State (at Houston, TX)
Murray State at Missouri
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt
Rice at Texas A&M
Toledo at Florida
UL Lafayette at Arkansas
Washington State at Auburn

Saturday, Sept. 7
Alcorn State at Mississippi State
Arkansas State at Auburn
Austin Peay at Vanderbilt
Florida at Miami (FL)
Miami (OH) at Kentucky
Sam Houston State at Texas A&M
Samford at Arkansas
South Carolina at Georgia
Southeast Missouri at Ole Miss
Toledo at Missouri
UAB at LSU
Western Kentucky at Tennessee

Saturday, Sept. 14
Alabama at Texas A&M
Kent State at LSU
Louisville at Kentucky
Mississippi State at Auburn
Ole Miss at Texas
Southern Miss at Arkansas
Tennessee at Oregon
Vanderbilt at South Carolina

Saturday, Sept. 21
Arkansas at Rutgers
Auburn at LSU
Colorado State at Alabama
Missouri at Indiana
North Texas at Georgia
SMU at Texas A&M
Tennessee at Florida
Troy at Mississippi State
Vanderbilt at UMass

Saturday, Sept. 28
Arkansas State at Missouri
Florida at Kentucky
LSU at Georgia
Ole Miss at Alabama
South Alabama at Tennessee
South Carolina at UCF
Texas A&M at Arkansas
UAB at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 5
Arkansas at Florida
Georgia State at Alabama
Ole Miss at Auburn
Georgia at Tennessee
Kentucky at South Carolina
LSU at Mississippi State
Missouri at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 12
Alabama at Kentucky
Bowling Green at Mississippi State
Florida at LSU
Missouri at Georgia
South Carolina at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Western Carolina at Auburn

Saturday, Oct. 19
Arkansas at Alabama
Auburn at Texas A&M
Florida at Missouri
Georgia at Vanderbilt
LSU at Ole Miss
South Carolina at Tennesse

Saturday, Oct. 26
Florida Atlantic at Auburn
Furman at LSU
Idaho at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Missouri
Tennessee at Alabama
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 2
Alabama State at Kentucky
Auburn at Arkansas
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Mississippi State at South Carolina
Tennessee at Missouri
UTEP at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 9
Appalachian State at Georgia
Arkansas at Ole Miss
Auburn at Tennessee
LSU at Alabama
Mississippi State at Texas A&M
Missouri at Kentucky
Vanderbilt at Florida

Saturday, Nov. 16
Alabama at Mississippi State
Florida at South Carolina
Georgia at Auburn
Kentucky at Vanderbilt
Troy at Ole Miss

Saturday, Nov. 23
Chattanooga at Alabama
Coastal Carolina at South Carolina
Georgia Southern at Florida
Kentucky at Georgia
Mississippi State at Arkansas
Missouri at Ole Miss
Texas A&M at LSU
Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Saturday, Nov. 30
Alabama at Auburn
Arkansas at LSU
Clemson at South Carolina
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Tennessee at Kentucky
Ole Miss at Mississippi State
Texas A&M at Missouri
Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Dec. 7
2013 SEC Championship Game (at Atlanta, GA)

Comments (46)

LSU IS NOV.9 NOT NOV.2
SEPT.7 IS WHERE THE OTHER NON-CON.GAME WILL BE.
MY SOURCE TELLS ME IT MIGHT BE LA-MONROE.
NEED TO WORK OUT THE DETAILS

DAFUQ, if tennesseee plays oregon, florida plays miami, bama plays va tech, georgia plays clemson, and m-state plays okla state,ole miss plays texas, and auburn plays w-state, mizzou plays indiana, and lsu plays tcu, and scar plays unc then vandy can play ohio state.

Uga vs. Clemson and Ga Tech
Florida vs Miami and FSU
Alabama vs. Va. Tech
South Carolina vs. Clemson

oh I’m sorry those are ACC schools so you’re right… cupcakes

NO team in any level of football should play 3 consecutive road games. South Carolina shouldn’t have to do that.

next season looks like AU is doing that too

Oct. 19 – at Texas A&M
Nov. 2 – at Arkansas
Nov. 9 – at Tennessee
even though they have an off week between A&M and Arkansas that is still tough

georgia state isnt gonna be an fcs team for long, theyre going to C-USA in 2013. tennessee had to play em this year and we won 51-10

This is a “bridge” schedule according to the SEC. So the Ole Miss-LSU matchup may return later in the season. Several things were changed in order to make this schedule.

Since they totally beat South Carolina, Georgia, and Vanderbilt this year. But yea the Gators will be the team to take down the mighty tigers next year. Come on. I agree they are playing some wack non conference teams but they are going to be at the bottom of the bag in the East as well as the rest of the SEC

Alabama isnt going nowhere for along time so get ready for us too roll tidewin this year and next hell prob untill nick retires :)

The whole thing got screwy whenever TAMU cried and threw a hissy like a little 3 yr old and then got moved over to the SEC…money, money, money, thats what it was all about… I think the powers that be done it just to shut them up…. the REAL reason is because they got tired of UT in Austin kicking the doody out of their arses everytime they met on the gridiron. I was ONCE a TAMU fan…even done some construction on their campuses…was once a fan of the BIG 12…NO LONGER!!! I am SEC and ALABAMA ROLL TIDE ALL they way now, BABYYY!!!!! GO ‘BAMA!!! KICK the doody outta TAMU in 2013!!! And if anyone questions my comments… I feel I have all the right to say them because I live only 50 minutes fr the nasty smelly stinking campus.

Missouri got blow out by South Carolina this past season 31-10 so bama fan#1 do your homework before you open your mouth

Obviously Florida, LSU, Tex A&M, and Alabama are the best teams in the SEC and the Country. Getting tired of this Georgia bull crap schedule… hey if they wanna play a Vandy or Tennessee team and win by 30 and call it a big game for the schedule then by all means lets put them in the top 5??? Thats stupid… Im a LSU fan and Im sorry but Georgia doesn’t play ANYONE except florida and us every millennium! Us and Florida deserve to be called great teams for our schedules. Forget Georgia.

As a UGA fan, I remember the last JAX meeting, and I vaguely remember details about Florida’s last bowl game. It was an embarassment to the SEC. They did not belong where they were all season. Hell UF got all they wanted from Bowling Green too.

Bowling Green? Really? What about getting a scare from a woeful Kentucky and Tennessee team? Florida blew both out. Florida’s bowl game resulted from a lack of who they were playing…they expected an Oklahoma team and I garuntee they would have been better prepared, but they played a good Louisville squad. And next year when Georgia goes 8-5 loosing to LSU, Florida, Clemson, GA Tech, and Vandy…they’ll be right back where they should be in the SEC.. the bottom.