Category: SEC

  • Arkansas-Texas A&M on campus 2012-13; could return to Arlington in 2014

    Kevin Kelley - May 3, 2012

    Arkansas-Texas A&MThe Arkansas-Texas A&M series is now officially set for campus sites in 2012 and 2013 and could return to Cowboys Stadium in Arlington in 2014.

    The two schools will meet at Kyle Field in College Station on Sept. 29, 2012 and at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville on Sept. 28, 2013.

    Arkansas and Texas A&M first played at Cowboys Stadium in 2009 in a series that was dubbed the “Southwest Classic.”

  • LSU at Arkansas set for Friday, Nov. 23 on CBS

    Kevin Kelley - May 2, 2012

    Tyrann Mathieu (7)The 2012 LSU at Arkansas football game has been set for Friday, Nov. 23 in Fayetteville, CBS and the SEC announced today. The game will kickoff at 2:30 p.m. ET and will be televised by CBS.

    This years game will be only the second time that the two schools have met in Fayetteville. The only other time was back in 1992, Arkansas’ first year in the SEC. The Razorbacks defeated the Tigers 30-6.

  • Rice to open 2013 football season at Texas A&M

    Kevin Kelley - April 25, 2012

    Texas A&MRiceRice will open the 2013 football season at Texas A&M, has reported.

    “We’re going to play a football game with A&M,” Rice athletics director Rick Greenspan told FOX 26 Sports. “We’re going to open the 2013 season up in College Station.”

  • Top 10 2012 SEC Non-Conference Football Games

    Kevin Kelley - April 12, 2012

    LSU-OregonThe SEC is generally considered the best football conference. But their teams aren’t always known to have the toughest non-conference schedules.

    Sure there are some cupcakes year in and year out, but there are also some great match-ups. And some of those are in-state rivalries.

    Here is my pick for the Top 10 SEC non-conference games for the 2012 season:

  • Ole Miss Rebels announce Future Football Games

    Kevin Kelley - April 9, 2012

    Ole MissThe Ole Miss Rebels officially announced dates for seven future football games this afternoon, including games against Idaho, New Mexico State, Troy, and UL Lafayette.

    Ole Miss opens the 2013 season at home against Idaho on Aug. 31, followed by a visit from Southeast Missouri State on Sept. 17. The Rebels then travel to face the Texas Longhorns on Sept. 14 before hosting Troy on Nov. 16.

  • Kentucky at Louisville moved to Sunday on ESPN

    Kevin Kelley - April 9, 2012

    The 2012 Kentucky at Louisville game has been moved to Sunday, Sept. 2 and will be televised by ESPN.

  • Clemson A.D. “absolutely” expects to play football series vs. Georgia

    Kevin Kelley - March 30, 2012

    Clemson athletics director Terry Don Phillips said he “absolutely” expects the Tigers to play their future home-and-home football series against Georgia.

  • Clemson may cancel 2013-14 Football Series with Georgia

    Kevin Kelley - March 21, 2012

    GeorgiaClemsonClemson and Georgia are scheduled to play a home-and-home football series in 2013 and 2014. But due to expansion in the ACC, the series may have to be canceled.

    Earlier this month, it was reported that the Georgia-Clemson football series could be in jeopardy. Due to the addition of Pittsburgh and Syracuse to the ACC, likely in 2013, the conference will play a nine-game football schedule.

  • SEC hopes to have Future Football Schedule set by late-May

    Kevin Kelley - March 19, 2012

    SECSEC commissioner Mike Slive hopes to have the future football schedule for the conference set by late-May, he told the Memphis Commercial-Appeal.

    Slive and the 14 SEC athletic directors discussed the issue earlier this month in Nashville at the women’s basketball tournament and then the following week in New Orleans at the men’s tournament.

  • LSU, Tulane could meet at Superdome in 2013

    Kevin Kelley - March 13, 2012

    TulaneLSUThe LSU Tigers and the Tulane Green Wave are in discussions for a possible game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in 2013, The Times Picayune has reported.

    The game could be the season opener for both schools, although details are still being worked out. The two schools, separated by only about 80 miles, haven’t met since a 42-0 LSU win in 2009. The Tigers lead the overall series 69-22-7.