2017 SEC Football Schedules

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Sat., Sept. 2Alabama vs. Florida State (Atlanta)
Sat., Sept. 2Florida A&M at Arkansas (Little Rock)
Sat., Sept. 2Georgia Southern at Auburn
Sat., Sept. 2Florida vs. Michigan (Arlington)
Sat., Sept. 2Appalachian State at Georgia
Sat., Sept. 2Kentucky at Southern Mississippi
Sat., Sept. 2LSU vs. BYU (Houston)
Sat., Sept. 2South Alabama at Ole Miss
Sat., Sept. 2Charleston Southern at Mississippi State
Sat., Sept. 2Missouri State at Missouri
Sat., Sept. 2South Carolina vs. North Carolina State (Charlotte)
Sat., Sept. 2Texas A&M at UCLA
Sat., Sept. 2Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee
Mon., Sept. 4Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta)
Sat., Sept. 9Fresno State at Alabama
Sat., Sept. 9TCU at Arkansas
Sat., Sept. 9Auburn at Clemson
Sat., Sept. 9Northern Colorado at Florida
Sat., Sept. 9Georgia at Notre Dame
Sat., Sept. 9Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky
Sat., Sept. 9UT Chattanooga at LSU
Sat., Sept. 9UT Martin at Ole Miss
Sat., Sept. 9Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech
Sat., Sept. 9South Carolina at Missouri
Sat., Sept. 9Indiana State at Tennessee
Sat., Sept. 9Nicholls State at Texas A&M
Sat., Sept. 9Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt
Sat., Sept. 16Colorado State at Alabama
Sat., Sept. 16Mercer at Auburn
Sat., Sept. 16Tennessee at Florida
Sat., Sept. 16Samford at Georgia
Sat., Sept. 16Ole Miss at California
Sat., Sept. 16LSU at Mississippi State
Sat., Sept. 16Purdue at Missouri
Sat., Sept. 16Kentucky at South Carolina
Sat., Sept. 16Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas A&M
Sat., Sept. 16Kansas State at Vanderbilt
Sat., Sept. 23Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)
Sat., Sept. 23Mississippi State at Georgia
Sat., Sept. 23Florida at Kentucky
Sat., Sept. 23Syracuse at LSU
Sat., Sept. 23Auburn at Missouri
Sat., Sept. 23Louisiana Tech at South Carolina
Sat., Sept. 23UMass at Tennessee
Sat., Sept. 23Alabama at Vanderbilt
Sat., Sept. 30Ole Miss at Alabama
Sat., Sept. 30New Mexico State at Arkansas
Sat., Sept. 30Mississippi State at Auburn
Sat., Sept. 30Vanderbilt at Florida
Sat., Sept. 30Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
Sat., Sept. 30Troy at LSU
Sat., Sept. 30Georgia at Tennessee
Sat., Sept. 30South Carolina at Texas A&M
Sat., Oct. 7Ole Miss at Auburn
Sat., Oct. 7Missouri at Kentucky
Sat., Oct. 7Florida at LSU Changed to LSU at Florida
Sat., Oct. 7Arkansas at South Carolina
Sat., Oct. 7Alabama at Texas A&M
Sat., Oct. 7Georgia at Vanderbilt
Sat., Oct. 14Arkansas at Alabama
Sat., Oct. 14Texas A&M at Florida
Sat., Oct. 14Missouri at Georgia
Sat., Oct. 14Auburn at LSU
Sat., Oct. 14Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
Sat., Oct. 14BYU at Mississippi State
Sat., Oct. 14South Carolina at Tennessee
Sat., Oct. 21Tennessee at Alabama
Sat., Oct. 21Auburn at Arkansas
Sat., Oct. 21LSU at Ole Miss
Sat., Oct. 21Kentucky at Mississippi State
Sat., Oct. 21Idaho at Missouri
Sat., Oct. 28Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Sat., Oct. 28Tennessee at Kentucky
Sat., Oct. 28Arkansas at Ole Miss
Sat., Oct. 28Missouri at UConn
Sat., Oct. 28Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Sat., Oct. 28Mississippi State at Texas A&M
Sat., Nov. 4LSU at Alabama
Sat., Nov. 4Coastal Carolina at Arkansas
Sat., Nov. 4South Carolina at Georgia
Sat., Nov. 4Ole Miss at Kentucky
Sat., Nov. 4UMass at Mississippi State
Sat., Nov. 4Florida at Missouri
Sat., Nov. 4Southern Miss at Tennessee
Sat., Nov. 4Auburn at Texas A&M
Sat., Nov. 4Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt
Sat., Nov. 11Georgia at Auburn
Sat., Nov. 11Arkansas at LSU
Sat., Nov. 11Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole Miss
Sat., Nov. 11Alabama at Mississippi State
Sat., Nov. 11Tennessee at Missouri
Sat., Nov. 11Florida at South Carolina
Sat., Nov. 11New Mexico at Texas A&M
Sat., Nov. 11Kentucky at Vanderbilt
Sat., Nov. 18Mercer at Alabama
Sat., Nov. 18Mississippi State at Arkansas
Sat., Nov. 18Louisiana-Monroe at Auburn
Sat., Nov. 18UAB at Florida
Sat., Nov. 18Kentucky at Georgia
Sat., Nov. 18Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Sat., Nov. 18Wofford at South Carolina
Sat., Nov. 18LSU at Tennessee
Sat., Nov. 18Missouri at Vanderbilt
Thurs., Nov. 23Ole Miss at Mississippi State
Sat., Nov. 25Missouri at Arkansas
Sat., Nov. 25Alabama at Auburn
Sat., Nov. 25Florida State at Florida
Sat., Nov. 25Georgia at Georgia Tech
Sat., Nov. 25Louisville at Kentucky
Sat., Nov. 25Texas A&M at LSU
Sat., Nov. 25Clemson at South Carolina
Sat., Nov. 25Vanderbilt at Tennessee
Sat., Dec. 2SEC Football Championship Game (Atlanta)



Sept. 2vs. Florida State (Atlanta)
Sept. 9Fresno State
Sept. 16Colorado State
Sept. 23at Vanderbilt
Sept. 30Ole Miss
Oct. 7at Texas A&M
Oct. 14Arkansas
Oct. 21Tennessee
Oct. 28Open
Nov. 4LSU
Nov. 11at Mississippi State
Nov. 18Mercer
Nov. 25at Auburn
Sept. 2vs. Florida A&M (Little Rock)
Sept. 9TCU
Sept. 16Open
Sept. 23vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)
Sept. 30New Mexico State
Oct. 7at South Carolina
Oct. 14at Alabama
Oct. 21Auburn
Oct. 28at Ole Miss
Nov. 4Coastal Carolina
Nov. 11at LSU
Nov. 18Mississippi State
Nov. 25Missouri
Sept. 2Georgia Southern
Sept. 9at Clemson
Sept. 16Mercer
Sept. 23at Missouri
Sept. 30Mississippi State
Oct. 7Ole Miss
Oct. 14at LSU
Oct. 21at Arkansas
Oct. 28Open
Nov. 4at Texas A&M
Nov. 11Georgia
Nov. 18Louisiana-Monroe
Nov. 25Alabama
Sept. 2vs. Michigan (Arlington)
Sept. 9Northern Colorado
Sept. 16Tennessee
Sept. 23at Kentucky
Sept. 30Vanderbilt
Oct. 7at LSU Changed to LSU @ Florida
Oct. 14Texas A&M
Oct. 21Open
Oct. 28vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 4at Missouri
Nov. 11at South Carolina
Nov. 18UAB
Nov. 25Florida State
Sept. 2Appalachian State
Sept. 9at Notre Dame
Sept. 16Samford
Sept. 23Mississippi State
Sept. 30at Tennessee
Oct. 7at Vanderbilt
Oct. 14Missouri
Oct. 21Open
Oct. 28vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 4South Carolina
Nov. 11at Auburn
Nov. 18Kentucky
Nov. 25at Georgia Tech
Sept. 2at Southern Mississippi
Sept. 9Eastern Kentucky
Sept. 16at South Carolina
Sept. 23Florida
Sept. 30Eastern Michigan
Oct. 7Missouri
Oct. 14Open
Oct. 21at Mississippi State
Oct. 28Tennessee
Nov. 4Ole Miss
Nov. 11at Vanderbilt
Nov. 18at Georgia
Nov. 25Louisville
Sept. 2vs. BYU (Houston)
Sept. 9UT-Chattanooga
Sept. 16at Mississippi State
Sept. 23Syracus
Sept. 30Troy
Oct. 7Florida Changed to LSU @ Florida
Oct. 14Auburn
Oct. 21at Ole Miss
Oct. 28Open
Nov. 4at Alabama
Nov. 11Arkansas
Nov. 18at Tennessee
Nov. 25Texas A&M
Ole Miss
Sept. 2South Alabama
Sept. 9UT-Martin
Sept. 16at California
Sept. 23Open
Sept. 30at Alabama
Oct. 7at Auburn
Oct. 14Vanderbilt
Oct. 21LSU
Oct. 28Arkansas
Nov. 4at Kentucky
Nov. 11Louisiana-Lafayette
Nov. 18Texas A&M
Nov. 23 (Thurs.)at Mississippi State
Mississippi State
Sept. 2Charleston Southern
Sept. 9at Louisiana Tech
Sept. 16LSU
Sept. 23at Georgia
Sept. 30at Auburn
Oct. 7Open
Oct. 14BYU
Oct. 21Kentucky
Oct. 28at Texas A&M
Nov. 4UMass
Nov. 11Alabama
Nov. 18at Arkansas
Nov. 23 (Thurs.)Ole Miss
Sept. 2Missouri State
Sept. 9South Carolina
Sept. 16Purdue
Sept. 23Auburn
Sept. 30Open
Oct. 7at Kentucky
Oct. 14at Georgia
Oct. 21Idaho
Oct. 28at UConn
Nov. 4Florida
Nov. 11Tennessee
Nov. 18at Vanderbilt
Nov. 25at Arkansas
South Carolina
Sept. 2vs. NC State (Charlotte)
Sept. 9at Missouri
Sept. 16Kentucky
Sept. 23Louisiana Tech
Sept. 30at Texas A&M
Oct. 7Arkansas
Oct. 14at Tennessee
Oct. 21Open
Oct. 28Vanderbilt
Nov. 4at Georgia
Nov. 11Florida
Nov. 18Wofford
Nov. 25Clemson
Sept. 4 (Mon.)vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta)
Sept. 9Indiana State
Sept. 16at Florida
Sept. 23UMass
Sept. 30Georgia
Oct. 7Open
Oct. 14South Carolina
Oct. 21at Alabama
Oct. 28at Kentucky
Nov. 4Southern Miss
Nov. 11at Missouri
Nov. 18LSU
Nov. 25Vanderbilt
Texas A&M
Sept. 2at UCLA
Sept. 9Nicholls
Sept. 16Louisiana-Lafayette
Sept. 23vs. Arkansas (Arlington)
Sept. 30South Carolina
Oct. 7Alabama
Oct. 14at Florida
Oct. 21Open
Oct. 28Mississippi State
Nov. 4Auburn
Nov. 11New Mexico
Nov. 18at Ole Miss
Nov. 25at LSU
Sept. 2at Middle Tennessee
Sept. 9Alabama A&M
Sept. 16Kansas State
Sept. 23Alabama
Sept. 30at Florida
Oct. 7Georgia
Oct. 14at Ole Miss
Oct. 21Open
Oct. 28at South Carolina
Nov. 4Western Kentucky
Nov. 11Kentucky
Nov. 18Missouri
Nov. 25at Tennessee


The Southeastern Conference has announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2017 season. The slate includes 56 SEC games in 13 weeks culminating in SEC Championship Game.

With 13 playing weekends, the 2017 schedule includes one open date for each team and conference contests scheduled each week beginning the second weekend of September.

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 September 2 with 14 games, including five neutral site games on opening weekend. The schedule includes two games on non-traditional days, with Tennessee playing Georgia Tech on Monday, Sept. 4, and Ole Miss visiting Mississippi State on Thursday, November 23. It will mark the first year of a multi-year agreement to play the Ole Miss-Mississippi State game on Thanksgiving night.

The 2017 season will culminate with the first SEC Championship Game to be played in the new Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, December 2. It will be the 26th edition of the game and the 24th in the city of Atlanta.

-SEC, http://www.secsports.com


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