If you missed the news, the Southeastern Conference has officially moved to a conference-only, 10-game schedule for the upcoming SEC football season.

The league has also pushed back the start of the upcoming SEC football season to Saturday, Sept. 26 and the 2020 SEC Championship Game to Dec. 19.

The SEC has yet to announce how it will go about adding the additional two games to the schedule with the league only noting that a decision on the schedule will be coming at a later date.

Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork has already come out and announced the upcoming Arkansas-Texas A&M game will be moved from Arlington’s AT&T Stadium to College Station’s Kyle Field, which has many Florida and Georgia fans wondering if the upcoming World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party would be on the move to Athens (the designated home team this season) for the 2020 season.


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According to Georgia AD Greg McGarity, the game is currently slated to be held in Jacksonville as scheduled. McGarity shared the news during a Thursday conference call. Those sentiments were echoed by Florida AD Scott Stricklin, who said he discussed the game with McGarity recently.

“Our hope and goal is to play that game in Jacksonville,” Stricklin said on Thursday.

The upcoming Florida-Georgia game is currently scheduled to be played on Saturday, Oct. 31.