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2014 SEC football schedule here, including out-of-conference games

It's the most widely observed offseason college football happening in the South, short of National Signing Day itself. Some of the biggest changes affect Texas A&M and LSU, but come take a look at what your team's slate looks like.


The 2014 SEC football schedule was released on Wednesday, and as expected, it's a continuation of the 6-1-1 schedule format the conference has been using.

Here's the full schedule -- apologies for the inconsistent formatting, as the conference's official release doesn't include conference games, so we've compiled individual school schedules. Texas A&M is the only school yet to release its full schedule.

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Aug. 30

West Virginia

Atlanta, Ga.

Sept. 6

Florida Atlantic

Bryant-Denny   Stadium

Sept. 20


Bryant-Denny   Stadium

Oct. 4

*at Ole Miss

Oxford, Miss.

Oct. 11

*at Arkansas

Fayetteville, Ark.

Oct. 18

*Texas A&M

Bryant-Denny   Stadium

Oct. 25

*at Tennessee

Knoxville, Tenn.

Nov. 8

*at LSU

Baton Rouge, La.

Nov. 15

*Mississippi State

Bryant-Denny   Stadium

Nov. 22

Western Carolina

Bryant-Denny   Stadium

Nov. 29


Bryant-Denny   Stadium


Aug. 30 at Auburn*
Sept. 6 Nicholls State
Sept. 13 at Texas Tech
Sept. 20 Northern Illinois
Sept. 27 vs. Texas A&M*^
Oct. 11 Alabama*
Oct. 18 Georgia*
Oct. 25 UAB
Nov. 1 at Mississippi State*
Nov. 15 LSU*
Nov. 22 Ole Miss*
Nov. 29 at Missouri*

*-SEC game
^-Game played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas


Date               Opponent                              Location
Aug. 30            ARKANSAS                  AUBURN
Sept. 6             SAN JOSE STATE          AUBURN

Sept. 13          ** Open Date **
Sept. 20          at Kansas State            Manhattan, Kan.
Sept. 27          LOUISIANA TECH           AUBURN
Oct. 4              LSU                             AUBURN
Oct. 11            at Mississippi State        Starkville, MS
Oct. 18            ** Open Date **
Oct. 25            SOUTH CAROLINA          AUBURN
Nov. 1             at Ole Miss                    Oxford
Nov. 8             TEXAS A&M                    AUBURN
Nov. 15           at Georgia                     Athens
Nov. 22           SAMFORD                      AUBURN
Nov. 29           at Alabama                    Tuscaloosa


Aug. 30: Idaho, TBA

Sept. 6: Eastern Michigan, TBA

Sept. 13: Kentucky, TBA

Sept. 20: at Alabama, TBA

Sept. 27: Bye week

Oct. 4: at Tennessee, TBA

Oct. 11: LSU, TBA

Oct. 18: Missouri, TBA

Oct. 25: Bye week

Nov. 1: Georgia, TBA (in Jacksonville)

Nov. 8: at Vanderbilt, TBA

Nov. 15: South Carolina, TBA

Nov. 22: Eastern Kentucky, TBA

Nov. 29: at Florida State, TBA


Aug. 30: Clemson
Sept. 6: Open
Sept. 13: at South Carolina
Sept. 20: Troy
Sept. 27: Tennessee
Oct. 4: Vanderbilt
Oct. 11: at Missouri
Oct. 18: at Arkansas
Oct. 25: Open
Nov. 1: Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 8: at Kentucky
Nov. 15: Auburn
Nov. 22: Charleston Southern
Nov. 29: Georgia Tech


Aug. 30 - UT Martin
Sept. 6 - Ohio University
Sept. 13 - at Florida
Sept. 20 - open
Sept. 27 - Vanderbilt
Oct. 4 - South Carolina
Oct. 11 - ULM
Oct. 18 - at LSU
Oct. 25 - Mississippi State
Nov. 1 - at Missouri
Nov. 8 - Georgia
Nov. 15 - at Tennessee
Nov. 22 - open
Nov. 29 - at Louisville


Aug. 30 vs. Wisconsin, Houston, Texas
Sept. 6 Sam Houston State, Baton Rouge
Sept. 13 Louisiana-Monroe, Baton Rouge
Sept. 20 Mississippi State, Baton Rouge
Sept. 27 New Mexico State, Baton Rouge
Oct. 4 at Auburn, Auburn, Ala. 
Oct. 11 at Florida, Gainesville, Fla. 
Oct. 18 Kentucky, Baton Rouge
Oct. 25 Ole Miss, Baton Rouge
Nov. 1 Open
Nov. 8 Alabama, Baton Rouge
Nov. 15 at Arkansas, Little Rock or Fayetteville, Ark. 
Nov. 22 Open
Nov. 27 at Texas A&M, College Station, Texas
Dec. 6 SEC Championship, Atlanta, Ga.

Mississippi State

Aug. 30 - Southern Miss

Sept. 6 - UAB

Sept. 13 - at South Alabama

Sept. 20 - at LSU

Oct. 4 - Texas A&M

Oct. 11 - Auburn

Oct. 25 - at Kentucky

Nov. 1 - Arkansas

Nov. 8 - UT-Martin

Nov. 15 - at Alabama

Nov. 22 - Vanderbilt

Nov. 29 - at Ole Miss


August 30: South Dakota State
September 6: at Toledo
September 13: Central Florida
September 20: Indiana
September 27: at South Carolina
October 11: Georgia
October 18: at Florida
October 25: Vanderbilt
November 1: Kentucky
November 15: at Texas A&M
November 22: at Tennessee
November 28: Arkansas

Ole Miss

Aug. 28                 vs. Boise State (Atlanta)

Sept. 6                  at Vanderbilt

Sept. 13                LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE

Sept. 20                OPEN

Sept. 27                MEMPHIS

Oct. 4                    ALABAMA

Oct. 11                  at Texas A&M

Oct. 18                  TENNESSEE

Oct. 25                  at LSU

Nov. 1                   AUBURN

Nov. 8                   PRESBYTERIAN

Nov. 15                 OPEN

Nov. 22                 at Arkansas

Nov. 29                 MISSISSIPPI STATE

South Carolina

Thursday, August 28, vs Texas A&M*
Saturday, September 6, vs East Carolina
Saturday, September 13, vs Georgia*
Saturday, September 20, at Vanderbilt*
Saturday, September 27, vs Missouri*
Saturday, October 4, at Kentucky*
Saturday, October 18, vs Furman
Saturday, October 25, at Auburn*
Saturday, November 1, vs Tennessee*
Saturday, November 15, at Florida*
Saturday, November 22, vs South Alabama
Saturday, November 29, at Clemson


Date Opponent / Event Location Time / Result
08/30/14 vs. Utah State Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
09/06/14 vs. Arkansas State Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
09/13/14 at Oklahoma Norman, Okla. TBA
09/27/14 at Georgia * Athens, Ga. TBA
10/04/14 vs. Florida * Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
10/11/14 vs. Chattanooga Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
10/18/14 at Ole Miss * Oxford, Miss. TBA
10/25/14 vs. Alabama * Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
11/01/14 at South Carolina * Columbia, S.C. TBA
11/15/14 vs. Kentucky * Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
11/22/14 vs. Missouri * Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
11/29/14 at Vanderbilt * Nashville, Tenn. TBA

Texas A&M

Aug. 28      at South Carolina
Sept. 27     vs. Arkansas (AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas)
Oct. 4        at Mississippi State
Oct. 11      OLE MISS
Oct. 18      at Alabama
Nov. 8        at Auburn
Nov. 15      MISSOURI
Nov. 27      LSU


Aug. 28: Temple (Nashville)
Sept. 6: Ole Miss (Nashville)
Sept. 13: UMass (Nashville)
Sept. 20: South Carolina (Nashville)
Sept. 27: at Kentucky (Lexington)
Oct. 4: at Georgia (Athens)
Oct. 11: Charleston Southern (Nashville)
Oct. 25: at Missouri (Columbia)
Nov. 1: Old Dominion (Nashville)
Nov. 8: Florida (Nashville)
Nov. 22: at Mississippi State (Starkville)
Nov. 29: Tennessee (Nashville)

One of the biggest changes is that LSU and Texas A&M will begin playing on Thanksgiving, as SB Nation's Steven Godfrey reported in 2012. The Aggies previously played their in-state rivals Texas on Thanksgiving, but that rivalry series is on ice for the time being, since A&M jumped to the SEC in 2012.

More: For more on all things SEC, check out your team's SB Nation site

The Aggies will also face their permanent cross-division rival, South Carolina, in a season-opening Thursday night game, continuing the Gamecocks' recent tradition of playing on the season's first day.

Commissioner Mike Slive said that the conference would look into a nine-game schedule, but that it wouldn't be implemented until 2016 at the earliest. However, the SEC will debut its new network in time for the 2014 season, and it's set to air that A&M-South Carolina opener.

Also, Texas A&M site Good Bull Hunting has prepared for you a horrifying GIF preview of Aggies-Tigers.

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