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Future SEC Football Rotation

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http://www.secdigitalnetwork.com/NEWS/tabid/473/Article/251196/future-sec-football-schedule-rotation-announced.aspx

ALABAMA – 2014 vs. Florida;

2015 at Georgia;

2016 vs. Kentucky;

2017 at Vanderbilt;

2018 vs. Missouri;

2019 at South Carolina;

2020 vs. Georgia;

2021 at Florida;

2022 vs. Vanderbilt;

2023 at Kentucky;

2024 vs. South Carolina;

2025 at Missouri.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home - Auburn, Mississippi State, Texas A&M; Away - Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

ARKANSAS – 2014 vs. Georgia;

2015 at Tennessee;

2016 vs. Florida;

2017 at South Carolina;

2018 vs. Vanderbilt;

2019 at Kentucky;

2020 vs. Tennessee;

2021 at Georgia;

2022 vs. South Carolina;

2023 at Florida;

2024 vs. Kentucky,

2025 at Vanderbilt.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss; Away – Auburn, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Missouri. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

AUBURN – 2014 vs. South Carolina;

2015 at Kentucky;

2016 vs. Vanderbilt;

2017 at Missouri;

2018 vs. Tennessee;

2019 at Florida;

2020 vs. Kentucky;

2021 at South Carolina;

2022 vs. Missouri;

2023 at Vanderbilt;

2024 vs. Florida;

2025 at Tennessee.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M; Away – Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Georgia. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

FLORIDA – 2014 at Alabama;

2015 vs. Ole Miss;

2016 at Arkansas;

2017 vs. Texas A&M;

2018 at Mississippi State;

2019 vs. Auburn;

2020 at Ole Miss;

2021 vs. Alabama;

2022 at Texas A&M;

2023 vs. Arkansas;

2024 at Auburn;

2025 vs. Mississippi State.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, LSU; Away – Georgia, Tennessee, Vanderbilt. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

GEORGIA – 2014 at Arkansas;

2015 vs. Alabama;

2016 at Ole Miss;

2017 vs. Mississippi State;

2018 at LSU;

2019 vs. Texas A&M;

2020 at Alabama;

2021 vs. Arkansas;

2022 at Mississippi State;

2023 vs. Ole Miss;

2024 at Texas A&M;

2025 vs. LSU.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Florida, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Auburn; Away – Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

KENTUCKY – 2014 at LSU;

2015 vs. Auburn;

2016 at Alabama;

2017 vs. Ole Miss;

2018 at Texas A&M;

2019 vs. Arkansas;

2020 at Auburn;

2021 vs. LSU;

2022 at Ole Miss;

2023 vs. Alabama;

2024 at Arkansas;

2025 vs. Texas A&M.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State; Away – Florida, Missouri, Tennessee. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

LSU – 2014 vs. Kentucky;

2015 at South Carolina;

2016 vs. Missouri;

2017 at Tennessee;

2018 vs. Georgia;

2019 at Vanderbilt;

2020 vs. South Carolina;

2021 at Kentucky;

2022 vs. Tennessee;

2023 at Missouri;

2024 vs. Vanderbilt;

2025 at Georgia.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State; Away – Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M, Florida. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

OLE MISS – 2014 vs. Tennessee;

2015 at Florida;

2016 vs. Georgia;

2017 at Kentucky;

2018 vs. South Carolina;

2019 at Missouri;

2020 vs. Florida;

2021 at Tennessee;

2022 vs. Kentucky;

2023 at Georgia;

2024 vs. Missouri;

2025 at South Carolina.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State; Away – Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

MISSISSIPPI STATE – 2014 vs. Vanderbilt;

2015 at Missouri;

2016 vs. South Carolina;

2017 at Georgia;

2018 vs. Florida;

2019 at Tennessee;

2020 vs. Missouri;

2021 at Vanderbilt;

2022 vs. Georgia;

2023 at South Carolina;

2024 vs. Tennessee;

2025 at Florida.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M; Away – Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Kentucky. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

MISSOURI – 2014 at Texas A&M;

2015 vs. Mississippi State;

2016 at LSU;

2017 vs. Auburn;

2018 at Alabama;

2019 vs. Ole Miss;

2020 at Mississippi State;

2021 vs. Texas A&M;

2022 at Auburn;

2023 vs. LSU;

2024 at Ole Miss;

2025 vs. Alabama.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Georgia, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Arkansas; Away – Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

SOUTH CAROLINA – 2014 at Auburn;

2015 vs. LSU;

2016 at Mississippi State;

2017 vs. Arkansas;

2018 at Ole Miss;

2019 vs. Alabama;

2020 at LSU;

2021 vs. Auburn;

2022 at Arkansas;

2023 vs. Mississippi State;

2024 at Alabama;

2025 vs. Ole Miss.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas A&M; Away – Florida, Kentucky, Vanderbilt. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

TEXAS A&M – 2014 vs. Missouri;

2015 at Vanderbilt;

2016 vs. Tennessee;

2017 at Florida;

2018 vs. Kentucky;

2019 at Georgia;

2020 vs. Vanderbilt;

2021 at Missouri;

2022 vs. Florida;

2023 at Tennessee;

2024 vs. Georgia;

2025 at Kentucky.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss; Away – Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, South Carolina. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

TENNESSEE – 2014 at Ole Miss;

2015 vs. Arkansas;

2016 at Texas A&M;

2017 vs. LSU;

2018 at Auburn;

2019 vs. Mississippi State;

2020 at Arkansas;

2021 vs. Ole Miss;

2022 at LSU;

2023 vs. Texas A&M;

2024 at Mississippi State;

2025 vs. Auburn.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Alabama; Away – Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

VANDERBILT – 2014 at Mississippi State;

2015 vs. Texas A&M;

2016 at Auburn;

2017 vs. Alabama;

2018 at Arkansas;

2019 vs. LSU;

2020 at Texas A&M;

2021 vs. Mississippi State;

2022 at Alabama;

2023 vs. Auburn;

2024 at LSU;

2025 vs. Arkansas.

(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home – Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ole Miss; Away – Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri. Sites alternate home and away through 2025.)

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We're finally playing Georgia in 2015.

First time since the Blackout game.

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Just eye balling, how the heck does UGA get another easy round for the next decade!!!!!! What kind of cheap crap is that?!? What does UGA have over the SEC office?!? This is a big fat joke!!!!!

J/K...overall seems pretty fair.

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NB4 we add two more conference teams next year and they have to start all over again

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Just eye balling, how the heck does UGA get another easy round for the next decade!!!!!! What kind of cheap crap is that?!? What does UGA have over the SEC office?!? This is a big fat joke!!!!!

J/K...overall seems pretty fair.

i was already preparing a response in my head until I scrolled down haha

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We're finally playing Georgia in 2015.

First time since the Blackout game.

Just as I said on April 28th in the 'Staying with 8 games...' thread. In my reply to Joe Gator's remarks.

snapback.pngJoeGator, on 28 April 2014 - 08:10 AM, said:

UGA and Alabama have somehow been given much easier conference schedules than everyone else over these 3 or 4 years of temp scheduling.

We've now been scheduled to play @ Alabama twice with no return trip from them.

We'll have played them 4 or 5 times in a span where Georgia will not have played them at all.

It's a joke.

It has been virtually impossible for the SEC to schedule Bama and UGA since the addition of atm and MO because both of them have been playing their permanent cross divisional rival games at home in the same year and away in the same year. This was corrected in 2012 and 2013 by having UGA play at *u both years.

Although the SEC could have scheduled UGA at Bama in 2014, that would have meant UGA at *u in 2012, at *u in 2013, at Bama in 2014, and at *u in 2015. The whining from BR would have been drowned out by that from Athens if they had done that. Rest assured Bama will play at UGA in 2015 because ut will be at Bama and UGA will be at *u.

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Posted 28 April 2014 - 09:57 AM

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Thanks for screwing everything up Bama, Tennessee, Auburn, and especially iaBdfkZ.pngty-ass Georgia.

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UGA fans can now whine about SC not playing Bama again until 2019.

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Thanks for screwing everything up Bama, Tennessee, Auburn, and especially iaBdfkZ.pngty-ass Georgia.

No, blame that on the SEC for adding atm and MO and not going to a 9 or 10 conference game schedule. It is ridiculous to have a 14 team conference and play just 8 conference games.

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Thanks for screwing everything up Bama, Tennessee, Auburn, and especially iaBdfkZ.pngty-ass Georgia.

Vote was 10-4 on permanents and maybe 14-0 against 9 games.

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Vote was 10-4 on permanents and maybe 14-0 against 9 games.

Our president voted to keep permanents.

Doesn't mean that represents what any of the fans want.

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Our president voted to keep permanents.

Doesn't mean that represents what any of the fans want.

Does mean you are not pointing your fingers in enough directions.

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I don't care who we play or when....a game is a game. I don't really care much for permanent opponents, though. I don't like to be tied into anything... bowl games or anything else.

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UGA fans can now whine about SC not playing Bama again until 2019.

We don't like it either. I think this schedule is dumb. We want to play Bama again. And besides, UGA hasn't played them since 2008 someone pointed out.

JD

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Piss an moan. Same ones all the time. Piss an moan.

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UGA fans can now whine about SC not playing Bama again until 2019.

Yeah..... thats not going to happen. We think about SC for 1 week out of the year

They will still complain about UGA not playing Arkansas in 2011 though

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You know the simple solution to this is: Division Standings based on division record, only use conference record to break a 3 team tie in which each team beat one and lost to the other situation. Require each team to play 2 teams from the other division, teams may opt for a permanent rivalry for one game or allow the SEC to schedule both games.

No one cries that UGA didn't play anyone or Florida has to play LSU or whatever. These games are still important as are all games against real opponents since they count for bowls and national rankings but in this case they only have a very small chance to account for a division championship.

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New schedule is fine, quit yer bitchin

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New schedule is fine, quit yer bitchin

has anybody noticed the ones complaining are the ones that have been near the top of the totem pole lately?

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You know the simple solution to this is: Division Standings based on division record, only use conference record to break a 3 team tie in which each team beat one and lost to the other situation. Require each team to play 2 teams from the other division, teams may opt for a permanent rivalry for one game or allow the SEC to schedule both games.

No one cries that UGA didn't play anyone or Florida has to play LSU or whatever. These games are still important as are all games against real opponents since they count for bowls and national rankings but in this case they only have a very small chance to account for a division championship.

that would have put us in the title game in 2011 against Alabama instead of Georgia...I like it! ive always said division games should count for more than cross divisional games!

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that would have put us in the title game in 2011 against Alabama instead of Georgia...I like it! ive always said division games should count for more than cross divisional games!

Why don't ya'll just move back to the ACC instead of insisting we change our rules so poor ol' SC can make it to Atl

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The rules, divisions, and scheduling are fine. The only thing they need to change is the rotation on the other division opponents. Using Kentucky as my example, we alternate with State every year, and then we should have it set in stone that we play the other 6 West schools in a set order, alternating every season home and away. This year we picked up @LSU. 6 seasons from now LSU should come here. That eliminates any bitching about schedule favoritism. We played Bama last year and we'll be in Tuscaloosa in 2016 or 17. We went to Arkansas the season before that and we don't see them again until like 2020. aTm isn't going to set foot in Lexington until 2025. It just doesn't make any sense.

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