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Closer look at SEC football teams scheduling plans for 2016


Matthew Stevens



SEC Agreements to play power conference schools 




Alabama -- None 


Arkansas -- at TCU (Big 12) 


Auburn -- None 


Florida -- at Florida State (ACC; annual rivalry game) 


Georgia -- vs. Georgia Tech (ACC; annual rivalry game) 


Kentucky -- at Louisville (ACC; annual rivalry game) 


LSU -- vs. Wisconsin (at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.) 


Mississippi State - None 


Missouri -- None  


Ole Miss -- None 


South Carolina -- at Clemson (ACC; annual rivalry game) 


Tennessee _ vs. Virginia Tech (ACC; at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tenn.) 


Texas A&M -- vs. UCLA (Pac 12) 


Vanderbilt -- at Georgia Tech (ACC) 




Available schools to schedule a game against a SEC team 


ACC -- Boston College, Clemson*, Florida State*, Miami (Fla.)*, N.C. State*, North Carolina*, Pittsburgh*, Syracuse*, Wake Forest* 


Big 12 -- Baylor, Iowa State*, Kansas State, Oklahoma*, Oklahoma State*, TCU*, Texas Tech*, West Virginia 


Big Ten -- Illinois*, Iowa*, Maryland, Michigan State*, Minnesota*, Purdue, Rutgers* 


Pac 12 -- Arizona, Arizona State*, California*, Colorado*, Oregon*, Oregon State*, USC*, Utah, Washington*, Washington State 


(* -- unlikely due to already having one power school on schedule) 




Number of games vs. schools in power conferences SEC teams have scheduled since 2008 


Alabama -- 7 (Penn State (two), Virginia Tech (two), Clemson, Duke, Michigan) 


Arkansas -- 6 (Texas A&M (three), Rutgers (two), Texas) 


Auburn -- 6 (Clemson (three), West Virginia (two), Washington State) 


Florida -- 8 (Florida State (six), Miami (two)) 


Georgia -- 11 (Georgia Tech (six), Arizona State (two), Clemson, Colorado, Oklahoma State) 


Kentucky -- 5 (Louisville (five)) 


LSU -- 7 (Washington (two), West Virginia (two) North Carolina, Oregon, TCU) 


Mississippi State -- 3 (Georgia Tech (two), Oklahoma State) 


Missouri -- 7 (Illinois (three), Arizona State (two), Indiana, Syracuse) 


Ole Miss -- 3 (Texas (two), Wake Forest) 


South Carolina -- 9 (Clemson (six), North Carolina State (two), North Carolina) 


Tennessee -- 5 (Oregon (two), UCLA (two), North Carolina State) 


Texas A&M -- 4 (Arkansas (three), Miami) 


Vanderbilt -- 8 (Wake Forest (four), Northwestern (two), Duke, Georgia Tech)



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