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SEC Releases 2012 Football Schedule

Birmingham (WTVM) - The Southeastern Conference released the 2012 conference football schedule. With the addition of Missouri in the eastern division and Texas A&M in the west, the schedule is not based on any other previous or future scheduling formats. The SEC Athletics Directors will convene in Spring 2012 to begin formulating scheduling principles for the 2013 season and beyond.

For 2012, each team has six games within their division and two games against teams from the opposite division.

Auburn will forgo the second game of their home-and-home series against Florida to fit new west opponent Texas A&M. Auburn's eastern opponents in 2012 are Vanderbilt and Georgia.

Georgia opens the season at new eastern opponent Missouri. The Bulldogs play against the west the first two weekends in November, hosting Ole Miss and playing at Auburn.

Alabama will face off against both SEC newcomers in 2012. The tide will travel to Missouri on October 13th and host Texas A&M in November.

ALABAMA

Sept. 15                  at Arkansas

Sept. 29                  OLE MISS

Oct. 13                   at Missouri

Oct. 20                   at Tennessee

Oct. 27                   MISSISSIPPI STATE

Nov. 3                     at LSU

Nov. 10                  TEXAS A&M

Nov. 24                  AUBURN

 

AUBURN

Sept. 8                    at Mississippi State

Sept. 22                  LSU

Oct. 6                     ARKANSAS

Oct. 13                   at Ole Miss

Oct. 20                   at Vanderbilt

Oct. 27                   TEXAS A&M

Nov. 10                  GEORGIA

Nov. 24                  at Alabama

 

GEORGIA

Sept. 8                    at Missouri

Sept. 22                  VANDERBILT

Sept. 29                  TENNESSEE

Oct. 6                     at South Carolina

Oct. 20                   at Kentucky

Oct. 27                   vs. Florida (Jacksonville)

Nov. 3                     OLE MISS

Nov. 10                  at Auburn

 

2012 SEC Football Schedule (Conference Games Only)

 

Week-by-Week

 

 

Aug. 30

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

 

Sept. 8

Auburn at Mississippi State

Florida at Texas A&M

Georgia at Missouri

 

Sept. 15

Alabama at Arkansas

Florida at Tennessee

 

Sept. 22

LSU at Auburn

Kentucky at Florida

Vanderbilt at Georgia

Missouri at South Carolina

 

Sept. 29

Ole Miss at Alabama

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M

Tennessee at Georgia

South Carolina at Kentucky

 

Oct. 6

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Arkansas at Auburn

LSU at Florida

Georgia at South Carolina

Texas A&M at Ole Miss

Vanderbilt at Missouri

 

Oct. 13

Alabama at Missouri

Kentucky at Arkansas

Auburn at Ole Miss

Florida at Vanderbilt

South Carolina at LSU

Tennessee at Mississippi State

 

Oct. 20

Alabama at Tennessee

Auburn at Vanderbilt

South Carolina at Florida

Georgia at Kentucky

LSU at Texas A&M

 

Oct. 27

Ole Miss at Arkansas

Texas A&M at Auburn

Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)

Kentucky at Missouri

Tennessee at South Carolina

Mississippi State at Alabama

 

Nov. 3

Alabama at LSU

Missouri at Florida

Ole Miss at Georgia

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

 

Nov. 10

Texas A&M at Alabama

Arkansas at South Carolina

Georgia at Auburn

Mississippi State at LSU

Vanderbilt at Ole Miss

Missouri at Tennessee

 

Nov. 17

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Ole Miss at LSU

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

 

Nov. 24

Auburn at Alabama

LSU at Arkansas

Kentucky at Tennessee

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Missouri at Texas A&M

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