2021 Southeastern Conference Schedules

January 30, 2021 by Staff

The Southeastern Conference has announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2021 season.

The SEC played 69 of 71 scheduled games in a revamped 10-game, Conference-only schedule employed in 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 virus.

"We are proud to have completed the 2020 football season under unique circumstances and will now focus on playing the 2021 football season as scheduled," said SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey. "Circumstances around the COVID-19 virus will continue to guide our decision-making should any adjustments need to be made."  casinosonline-canada online casino.

Alabama went undefeated and claimed the 2020 national championship with a 52-24 rout of Ohio State in the College Football Playoff Championship game on Monday, January 11 in Miami Gardens. It's the 11th national championship for the SEC in the last 15 seasons.

It's the 6th title for Nick Saban with Alabama, tying the school mark of Paul Williams "Bear" Bryant. But it's Saban's 7th over-all, putting him on top of the mountain among all college football coaches in national titles in the poll era (since 1936). It's the 15th national championship for Alabama over-all, and 13th since 1961.

With 13 playing weekends, the 2021 schedule includes one open date for each team and conference contests scheduled each week beginning in Week Two. french online casinos.

Each SEC team will play eight conference football games to include six games against division opponents and two games against non-division opponents. One of the non-division opponents will be a permanent annual opponent and the other non-division opponent will rotate each year.

The season begins Labor Day weekend with 14 games, including three neutral site games when Alabama will face Miami in Atlanta, and Georgia will tackle Clemson in Charlotte. Both of those games are scheduled for Saturday. A third game on Monday will also take place in Atlanta with Ole Miss facing Louisville.

The 2021 season will culminate with the SEC Championship Game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, December 4. It will be the 30th edition of the game and the 28th in the city of Atlanta.

Here is the complete schedule:

2021 SEC Football Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 4
Alabama vs. Miami (Atlanta)
Rice at Arkansas
Akron at Auburn
Florida Atlantic at Florida
Georgia vs. Clemson (Charlotte)
ULM at Kentucky
Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State
Central Michigan at Missouri
Eastern Illinois at South Carolina
Bowling Green at Tennessee
Kent State at Texas A&M
East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt

Monday, Sept. 6
Ole Miss vs. Louisville (Atlanta)

Saturday, Sept. 11
Mercer at Alabama
Texas at Arkansas
Alabama State at Auburn
Florida at South Florida
UAB at Georgia
Missouri at Kentucky
McNeese State at LSU
Austin Peay at Ole Miss
NC State at Mississippi State
South Carolina at East Carolina
Pittsburgh at Tennessee
Texas A&M vs. Colorado (Denver)
Vanderbilt at Colorado State

Saturday, Sept. 18
Georgia Southern at Arkansas
Auburn at Penn State
Alabama at Florida
South Carolina at Georgia
Chattanooga at Kentucky
Central Michigan at LSU
Tulane at Ole Miss
Mississippi State at Memphis
SEMO at Missouri
Tennessee Tech at Tennessee
New Mexico at Texas A&M
Stanford at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Sept. 25
Southern Miss at Alabama
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Arlington)
Georgia State at Auburn
Tennessee at Florida
LSU at Mississippi State
Missouri at Boston College
Kentucky at South Carolina
Georgia at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 2
Ole Miss at Alabama
Arkansas at Georgia
Florida at Kentucky
Auburn at LSU
Tennessee at Missouri
Troy at South Carolina
Mississippi State at Texas A&M
UConn at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 9
Georgia at Auburn
Vanderbilt at Florida
LSU at Kentucky
Arkansas at Ole Miss
North Texas at Missouri
South Carolina at Tennessee
Alabama at Texas A&M

Saturday, Oct. 16
Auburn at Arkansas
Kentucky at Georgia
Florida at LSU
Alabama at Mississippi State
Texas A&M at Missouri
Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Ole Miss at Tennessee

Saturday, Oct. 23
Tennessee at Alabama
UAPB at Arkansas
LSU at Ole Miss
South Carolina at Texas A&M
Mississippi State at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Oct. 30
Ole Miss at Auburn
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Kentucky at Mississippi State
Missouri at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 6
LSU at Alabama
Mississippi State at Arkansas
Missouri at Georgia
Tennessee at Kentucky
Liberty at Ole Miss
Florida at South Carolina
Auburn at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 13
New Mexico State at Alabama
Mississippi State at Auburn
Samford at Florida
Arkansas at LSU
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
South Carolina at Missouri
Georgia at Tennessee
Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Nov. 20
Arkansas at Alabama
Charleston Southern at Georgia
New Mexico State at Kentucky
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
Tennessee State at Mississippi State
Florida at Missouri
Auburn at South Carolina
South Alabama at Tennessee
Prairie View at Texas A&M

Saturday, Nov. 27
Missouri at Arkansas (Little Rock)
Alabama at Auburn
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Kentucky at Louisville
Texas A&M at LSU
Ole Miss at Mississippi State
Clemson at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Saturday, Dec. 4
SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)