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Stemp
12-28-2011, 12:47 PM
2012 SEC Football Schedule (Conference Games Only)
Team-By-Team

ALABAMA
Sept. 15: at Arkansas
Sept. 29: OLE MISS
Oct. 13: at Missouri
Oct. 20: at Tennessee
Oct. 27: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 3: at LSU
Nov. 10: TEXAS A&M
Nov. 24: AUBURN

ARKANSAS
Sept. 15: ALABAMA
Sept. 29: vs. Texas A&M
Oct. 6: at Auburn
Oct. 13: KENTUCKY
Oct. 27: OLE MISS
Nov. 10: at South Carolina
Nov. 17: at Mississippi State
Nov. 24: LSU

AUBURN
Sept. 8: at Mississippi State
Sept. 22: LSU
Oct. 6: ARKANSAS
Oct. 13: at Ole Miss
Oct. 20: at Vanderbilt
Oct. 27: TEXAS A&M
Nov. 10: GEORGIA
Nov. 24: at Alabama

FLORIDA
Sept. 8: at Texas A&M
Sept. 15: at Tennessee
Sept. 22: KENTUCKY
Oct. 6: LSU
Oct. 13: at Vanderbilt
Oct. 20: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 27: vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 3: MISSOURI

GEORGIA
Sept. 8: at Missouri
Sept. 22: VANDERBILT
Sept. 29: TENNESSEE
Oct. 6: at South Carolina
Oct. 20: at Kentucky
Oct. 27: vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 3: OLE MISS
Nov. 10: at Auburn

KENTUCKY
Sept. 22: at Florida
Sept. 29: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 6: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Oct. 13: at Arkansas
Oct. 20: GEORGIA
Oct. 27: at Missouri
Nov. 3: VANDERBILT
Nov. 24: at Tennessee

LSU
Sept. 22: at Auburn
Oct. 6: at Florida
Oct. 13: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 20: at Texas A&M
Nov. 3: ALABAMA
Nov. 10: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 17: OLE MISS
Nov. 24: at Arkansas

OLE MISS
Sept. 29: at Alabama
Oct. 6: TEXAS A&M
Oct. 13: AUBURN
Oct. 27: at Arkansas
Nov. 3: at Georgia
Nov. 10: VANDERBILT
Nov. 17: at LSU
Nov. 24: MISSISSIPPI STATE

MISSISSIPPI STATE
Sept. 8: AUBURN
Oct. 6: at Kentucky
Oct. 13: TENNESSEE
Oct. 27: at Alabama
Nov. 3: TEXAS A&M
Nov. 10: at LSU
Nov. 17: ARKANSAS
Nov. 24: at Ole Miss

MISSOURI
Sept. 8: GEORGIA
Sept. 22: at South Carolina
Oct. 6: VANDERBILT
Oct. 13: ALABAMA
Oct. 27: KENTUCKY
Nov. 3: at Florida
Nov. 10: at Tennessee
Nov. 24: at Texas A&M

SOUTH CAROLINA
Aug. 30: at Vanderbilt
Sept. 22: MISSOURI
Sept. 29: at Kentucky
Oct. 6: GEORGIA
Oct. 13: at LSU
Oct. 20: at Florida
Oct. 27: TENNESSEE
Nov. 10: ARKANSAS

TENNESSEE
Sept. 15: FLORIDA
Sept. 29: at Georgia
Oct. 13: at Mississippi State
Oct. 20: ALABAMA
Oct. 27: at South Carolina
Nov. 10: MISSOURI
Nov. 17: at Vanderbilt
Nov. 24: KENTUCKY

TEXAS A&M
Sept. 8: FLORIDA
Sept. 29: vs. Arkansas (location TBD)
Oct. 6: at Ole Miss
Oct. 20: LSU
Oct. 27: at Auburn
Nov. 3: at Mississippi State
Nov. 10: at Alabama
Nov. 24: MISSOURI

VANDERBILT
Aug. 30: SOUTH CAROLINA
Sept. 22: at Georgia
Oct. 6: at Missouri
Oct. 13: FLORIDA
Oct. 20: AUBURN
Nov. 3: at Kentucky
Nov. 10: at Ole Miss
Nov. 17: TENNESSEE

Mr teX
12-28-2011, 01:00 PM
Looks like it sets up for them pretty well, i only see 2 sure fire losses in there.

jaayteetx
12-28-2011, 01:24 PM
Looks like it sets up for them pretty bad, i only see 2 sure fire wins in there.

Better.

nero THE zero
12-28-2011, 01:29 PM
Oct. 20: LSU
Oct. 27: at Auburn
Nov. 3: at Mississippi State
Nov. 10: at Alabama
That's a hell of a stretch right there.

Mr teX
12-28-2011, 01:30 PM
Better.

well, i don't know who A&M has coming back, but LSU & Alabama are the only 2 teams in there that i would bet my house their going to lose to. Arkansas is the 3rd best team on their schedule based on the ranking this year & they played them pretty tough this year even though they lost. No one else on their schedule really scares me.

SeminoleTexan
12-28-2011, 02:04 PM
I'm excited for A&M, I think the move to the SEC will drastically increase their football profile as well as national exposure. I might have to make a trip up to College Station next season to watch the Aggies put a beat down on those damn Gators :boxing:

Stemp
12-28-2011, 02:09 PM
Only 2 OOC games are schedule right now, vs McNeese St and @SMU.
There are 3 open dates sprinkled in for 2 more games.

Interestingly, while A&M is playing Mizzou on Thanksgiving weekend, both have open dates for the week before, should other games need to be scheduled (LoneStar showdown and the Border War).

SeminoleTexan
12-28-2011, 03:51 PM
Only 2 OOC games are schedule right now, vs McNeese St and @SMU.
There are 3 open dates sprinkled in for 2 more games.

Interestingly, while A&M is playing Mizzou on Thanksgiving weekend, both have open dates for the week before, should other games need to be scheduled (LoneStar showdown and the Border War).
I thought that earlier in regards to Mizzou and A&M playing Thanksgiving weekend so they can both schedule Texas and Kansas when those teams stop being butthurt over them leaving the Big 12-2-1+1-1+1.

bah007
12-29-2011, 03:22 AM
I thought that earlier in regards to Mizzou and A&M playing Thanksgiving weekend so they can both schedule Texas and Kansas when those teams stop being butthurt over them leaving the Big 12-2-1+1-1+1.

Texas is booked OOC until 2018. A&M knew this before they ever even considered leaving. People can complain all they want, but it's not Texas' job to bend over backwards so that A&M can be happy.

I love the rivalry. I hope it eventually continues. But that won't happen until at least 2018.

Texas is far from butthurt. It's actually the opposite.

bah007
12-29-2011, 03:24 AM
I think A&M could go 3-5 with that schedule. If they take care of business in their OOC games they could go bowling in their first year with the SEC. I would think most A&M fans would be happy with that.

Ole Miss Texan
12-29-2011, 10:23 AM
I want to welcome A&M to the SEC. With their traditions and passion, I think they fit extremely well in the Conference. Will be some GREAT football, baseball and basketball games for years to come.

For those Aggies and Longhorns out there interested in going to an away game, I highly recommend going to Oxford this year. Let me know if you want any information or advice because it's truly a great gameday experience.

For college football fans, tailgating in The Grove should be on your "Top 100 things to do before you die" list.

TEXANRED
12-31-2011, 12:08 PM
The Aggies are going to get killed the next few years until their recruiting and talent catch up to the SEC's standards.

I am a fan of the Aggie football team so don't take it as bashing but I would be shocked if they win 5 games.

texanhead08
12-31-2011, 01:38 PM
The Aggies are going to get killed the next few years until their recruiting and talent catch up to the SEC's standards.

I am a fan of the Aggie football team so don't take it as bashing but I would be shocked if they win 5 games.


I think they can win 5 next year. They will probably play 3 weak teams out of conference and Ole Miss is terrible and they can beat Mizzou at home so thats 5 right there.

Stemp
12-31-2011, 01:41 PM
They have a chance against Miss St and maybe Auburn as well.

Dan B.
12-31-2011, 01:42 PM
I think they can win 5 next year. They will probably play 3 weak teams out of conference and Ole Miss is terrible and they can beat Mizzou at home so thats 5 right there.

They lost to Mizzou in BCS this year. Maybe they could take Mississippi State though.

texanhead08
12-31-2011, 01:49 PM
As a UH fan one thing that I know about Sumlin's teams is road games can be a huge issue no matter who you are playing. UH has had some wtf losses in his tenure on the road.