The SEC is following suit of major conferences and will be going to a 10-game conference only schedule this fall. The season would reportedly begin on September 24th.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 30, 2020
SEC’s decision to go with 10-game conference schedules only, as reported by @RossDellenger, eliminates 4 SEC-ACC state rivalries (UF-FSU, UGA-Ga Tech, UK-UL & USC-Clemson) along with LSU-Texas, Tennessee-OU & MSU-NC State
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 30, 2020
What a year. I mean we knew this was inevitable and that this was going to happen basically no matter what right? The thing is however I am surprised because I would think the SEC would wait a bit longer before announcing these type of things. But 2020 has been a weird year and if we even get some college football I would be surprised (if kids are not on campus). Here is the tentative schedule for college football:
Big 12: Aug. 29
Big Ten: Reportedly Sept. 5
ACC: Week of Sept. 7
Pac-12: No earlier than Sept. 19
SEC: Sept. 26
Five Week 1s.
— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) July 30, 2020