SEC releases complete 2013 football schedule

SEC releases complete 2013 football schedule

SEC releases complete 2013 football schedule

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by Associated Press

WCNC.com

Posted on October 18, 2012 at 5:50 PM

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- The Southeastern Conference's 2013 football schedule doesn't feature as many changes as previously anticipated. 

The SEC released a 2013 slate Thursday that it referred to as a "bridge" schedule not based on any previous or future scheduling formats. 

For instance, at the SEC spring meetings, new member Missouri was paired with Arkansas and newcomer Texas A&M was matched with South Carolina as permanent cross-division rivals. Yet the 2013 schedule doesn't have Missouri playing Arkansas or South Carolina facing Texas A&M.  

One quirk in the 2013 schedule is that three annual games will be played at the same venue as in 2012: Ole Miss at Alabama, Texas A&M at Ole Miss and Georgia at Auburn.  

The 2013 season will last 14 weekends, meaning each school gets two open dates.

 Check out the team-by-team conference schedule for the 2013 season:

ALABAMA
Sept. 14: at Texas A&M
Sept. 28: OLE MISS
Oct. 12: at Kentucky
Oct. 19: ARKANSAS
Oct. 26: TENNESSEE
Nov. 9: LSU
Nov. 16: at Mississippi State
Nov. 30: at Auburn

ARKANSAS
Sept. 28: TEXAS A&M
Oct. 5: at Florida
Oct. 12: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 19: at Alabama
Nov. 2: AUBURN
Nov. 9: at Ole Miss
Nov. 23: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 30: at LSU

AUBURN
Sept. 14: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Sept. 21: at LSU
Oct. 5: OLE MISS
Oct. 19: at Texas A&M
Nov. 2: at Arkansas
Nov. 9: at Tennessee
Nov. 16: GEORGIA
Nov. 30: ALABAMA

FLORIDA
Sept. 21: TENNESSEE
Sept. 28: at Kentucky
Oct. 5: ARKANSAS
Oct. 12: at LSU
Oct. 19: at Missouri
Nov. 2: vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 9: VANDERBILT
Nov. 16: at South Carolina

GEORGIA
Sept. 7: SOUTH CAROLINA
Sept. 28: LSU
Oct. 5: at Tennessee
Oct. 12: MISSOURI
Oct. 19: at Vanderbilt
Nov. 2: vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 16: at Auburn
Nov. 23: KENTUCKY

KENTUCKY
Sept. 28: FLORIDA
Oct. 5: at South Carolina
Oct. 12: ALABAMA
Oct. 26: at Mississippi State
Nov. 9: MISSOURI
Nov. 16: at Vanderbilt
Nov. 23: at Georgia
Nov. 30: TENNESSEE

LSU
Sept. 21: AUBURN
Sept. 28: at Georgia
Oct. 5: at Mississippi State
Oct. 12: FLORIDA
Oct. 19: at Ole Miss
Nov. 9: at Alabama
Nov. 23: TEXAS A&M
Nov. 30: ARKANSAS

OLE MISS
Aug. 31: at Vanderbilt
Sept. 28: at Alabama
Oct. 5: at Auburn
Oct. 12: TEXAS A&M
Oct. 19: LSU
Nov. 9: ARKANSAS
Nov. 23: MISSOURI
Nov. 30: at Mississippi State

MISSISSIPPI STATE
Sept. 14: at Auburn
Oct. 5: LSU
Oct. 26: KENTUCKY
Nov. 2: at South Carolina
Nov. 9: at Texas A&M
Nov. 16: ALABAMA
Nov. 23: at Arkansas
Nov. 30: OLE MISS

MISSOURI
Oct. 5: at Vanderbilt
Oct. 12: at Georgia
Oct. 19: FLORIDA
Oct. 26: SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov. 2: TENNESSEE
Nov. 9: at Kentucky
Nov. 23: at Ole Miss
Nov. 30: TEXAS A&M

SOUTH CAROLINA
Sept. 7: at Georgia
Sept. 14: VANDERBILT
Oct. 5: KENTUCKY
Oct. 12: at Arkansas
Oct. 19: at Tennessee
Oct. 26: at Missouri
Nov. 2: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 16: FLORIDA

TENNESSEE
Sept. 21: at Florida
Oct. 5: GEORGIA
Oct. 19: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 26: at Alabama
Nov. 2: at Missouri
Nov. 9: AUBURN
Nov. 23: VANDERBILT
Nov. 30: at Kentucky

TEXAS A&M
Sept. 14: ALABAMA
Sept. 28: at Arkansas
Oct. 12: at Ole Miss
Oct. 19: AUBURN
Oct. 26: VANDERBILT
Nov. 9: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 23: at LSU
Nov. 30: at Missouri

VANDERBILT
Aug. 31: OLE MISS
Sept. 14: at South Carolina
Oct. 5: MISSOURI
Oct. 19: GEORGIA
Oct. 26: at Texas A&M
Nov. 9: at Florida
Nov. 16: KENTUCKY
Nov. 23: at Tennessee
 

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