SEC Football Schedules 2012: Texas A&M, Missouri Slates Reportedly Leaked

With a pair of (reportedly) leaked 2012 SEC football schedules, college football fans can get a better idea of what life will be like in Year One for the fresh meat in the Southeastern Conference. The reported slates for Texas A&M and Missouri slates are online (via TexAgs.com's Billy Liucci and PowerMizzou.com's Gabe DeArmond)

Let's take a look. Initial reaction: Sorry, Aggies.

Texas A&M

Home
• Florida
• Alabama
• LSU
• Arkansas
Away
• Ole Miss
• Mississippi State
• Auburn
• Missouri

Missouri

Home
• Kentucky
• Vanderbilt
• Georgia
• Texas A&M
Away
• South Carolina
• Florida
• Tennessee
• Ole Miss

Missouri gets a nice sample platter of SEC bottom feeders, while Texas A&M welcomes this season's BCS Championship game participants and the team the team they beat out in the SEC West to get there. ... Oh, and Florida is never good, right? I hope the Aggie faithful had fun winning home games in the Big 12.

For the latest news and analysis on the new-look Southeastern Conference, keep up with our comprehensive SEC Expansion StoryStream.

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