CBS Sports releases 2014 SEC football schedule


Georgia and South Carolina will kick off the SEC on CBS college football season. The Bulldogs will travel to the Gamecocks for the premier early season SEC East bout. Can you imagine Williams-Brice Stadium rocking to Sandstorm? I’m getting chills.

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Here are the already scheduled games for the SEC on CBS:

Georgia at South Carolina
September 13th at 3:30 PM ET

SEC Doubleheader
October 11th at 12:00 PM ET and 3:30 PM ET

Florida vs. Georgia
November 1st at 3:30 PM ET

SEC Doubleheader
November 8th at 3:30 PM ET and 8:00 PM ET

Arkansas at Missouri
November 28th at 2:30 PM ET

SEC Championship
December 6th at 4:00 PM ET

Early guesses for the November 8th double header are Alabama and LSU at 8:00 PM ET, and Auburn-Texas A&M for the 3:30 PM ET slot.

Several games have yet to be scheduled:

Saturday, Sept. 13 – 3:30-7:00 PM – GEORGIA at SOUTH CAROLINA
Saturday, Sept. 20 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Sept. 27 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Oct. 4 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Oct. 11 – 12:00 NOON-3:30 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK #1
Saturday, Oct. 11 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK #2
Saturday, Oct. 18 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Oct. 25 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Nov. 1 – 3:30-7:00 PM – FLORIDA vs. GEORGIA
Saturday, Nov. 8 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK #1
Saturday, Nov. 8 – 8:00-11:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK#
Saturday, Nov. 15 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Nov. 22 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Friday, Nov. 28 – 2:30-6:00 PM – ARKANSAS at MISSOURI
Saturday, Nov. 29 – 3:30-7:00 PM – SEC GAME OF THE WEEK
Saturday, Dec. 6 – 4:00-7:30 PM – SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

I can hear Uncle Verne Lundquist now, “Oh, wow! In your life, have you ever seen anything like that?”



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  • Here’s to hoping this is the start of a very bitter rivalry between Mizzou and Arky!

    • I’m not big on those manufactured rivalries. I never really grew to hate SC like I did everyone else in the West. I ‘spose I need to try harder

      Go Hogs!

      • Well, that’s the beauty of this matchup…. geography would support this rivalry. Recruiting battles will now heat up and both sides’ fan bases knock one another a bit. I’m not saying this will be an amazing rivalry, but it could be fun.

      • I can tell you how the Missouri v Ark match is going to sound like every year. A small group of Ark fans will write every football blog in the nation and say things that makes all the real great fans of Arkansas look like morons. Almost all Missouri fans will not even notice and write blogs the whole year about East rivals. It will be a good football contest most years but not as good as it would have been if Missouri and Arkansas had been scheduled to meet every three years. There are two many great rivalries waiting between Missouri and all 7 of the West teams to try to force feed the football world Ozark-arm-a-gettin. Arkansas and Missouri are both big 12 frontline battlegrounds, their energy needs to stay focused on winning those bowls games every year. Besides even if you like thoughtless self horn blowers, no new rival can ever sound as thoughtless as the small % of Kansas fans who ruin their college football image beyond repair. Let’s have a great Missouri v Arkansas match up just like all the great SEC match-ups.

      • You never know Hobster. UF-UT was basically a manufactured rivalry that wouldn’t have existed without the interplay between Spurrier and Fulmer (the perfect straight man for a guy like Spurrier, btw.) While both teams being great the early 90s and early 00s certainly helped, things started slipping when Spurrier left and went even colder when Fulmer did. There was something about the drama the two brought it – both native sons who grew up fans. One got to live his dream and even became HC for the Vols while the other was forced to go out of state because Tennessee was still running the single wing. Ironically, UT stopped running it the next year.

        While I agree that your permanent opponent doesn’t become a true rival solely because that’s what the SEC office uses to describe it, artificial or intentionally cultivated rivalries can certainly happen. Both sides just have to work at developing one.

    • Yes sir. Nothing like senior day (or night!) at The Zou with a packed house, and Tigers in the hunt for the East Div championship…again! Maty Mauk & company will send Pig Sooey hopefuls packing bags & heading to their cars by mid 3Q. Mizzou 52 Dulled Razorbacks 13.

  • I would think they’d want SCar vs AU, but maybe they want to be sure Carolina doesn’t blow their SEC title hopes on Week 3.

  • I think we can pencil in Tennessee vs. Alabama on October 25th. I know Tennessee has been down and are “in the process” of coming back. However, will there be a BIGGER storyline that week than “Lane Kiffin coming back to Knoxville to face the Vols”? I can’t imagine one, other than two undefeated teams squaring off.

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