The 2020 schedule was released by the SEC on Wednesday, and now everyone is analyzing their team’s draw.

Some teams face some absolutely brutal stretches of games, and we have highlighted each team’s toughest 3-game stretch here.

Starting with Alabama and ending with Vanderbilt, here are the toughest stretches for each SEC squad:

Alabama

Nov. 7 at LSU
Nov. 14 UT-MARTIN
Nov. 21 TEXAS A&M

The Tide actually don’t have a brutal 3-game stretch, as their toughest games are spread out a bit. We’ll go with a trip to LSU and a home game against A&M as their most difficult.

Arkansas

Sept. 12 at Notre Dame
Sept. 19 at Mississippi State
Sept. 26 vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)

Two road games and a neutral site game against teams of Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Texas A&M’s caliber? Yikes.

Auburn

Nov. 14 UMASS
Nov. 21 LSU
Nov. 28 at Alabama

The Tigers got to move their Georgia rivalry game earlier in the year. Their reward? A brutal two-game stretch to end the season. UMass won’t be tough, but the other two games — woof.

Florida

Oct. 10 LSU
Oct. 17 at Ole Miss
Oct. 24 Open Date
Oct. 31 vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)

The Gators usually have an open date before the Georgia game, but that doesn’t make the rivalry against the Bulldogs much easier. Add in a road trip to Oxford against a team that should have an entrenched quarterback in Matt Corral and this is tough.

Georgia

Oct. 10 AUBURN
Oct. 17 at Missouri
Oct. 24 Open Date
Oct. 31 vs. FLORIDA (Jacksonville)

The Bulldogs play at Alabama in 2020, but they manage to sandwich that game between cupcakes like East Tennessee State and Louisiana-Monroe. This stretch, with a home game vs. Auburn, a road trip to Mizzou and then the rivalry game against Florida after an off week is tougher.

Kentucky

Nov. 7 at Tennessee
Nov. 14 MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 21 GEORGIA

The Wildcats won’t have an easy November, as they play the 3 teams above before taking on Louisville to end the season.

LSU

Nov. 7 ALABAMA
Nov. 14 SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov. 21 at Auburn

The Tigers have an absolutely brutal November, with the 3 games above and then a trip to Texas A&M to end the year.

Mississippi State

Oct. 17 at Alabama
Oct. 24 at LSU
Oct. 31 AUBURN

That’s a tough end to the month of October for the Bulldogs. They have an off week before Alabama, but that comes after a game against Texas A&M.

Missouri

Oct. 10 at BYU
Oct. 17 GEORGIA
Oct. 24 KENTUCKY

Mizzou doesn’t have a particularly tough schedule, but Georgia and Kentucky have given the Tigers problems. Add in a trip to Utah and it could be a long month for Missouri.

Ole Miss

Sept. 19 AUBURN
Sept. 26 at LSU
Oct. 3 ALABAMA

The SEC West is tough because you have to play Alabama, Auburn and LSU every year (in addition to Texas A&M). The Rebels have to play all 3 of those teams in a row! And it starts in Week 3. That won’t be easy.

South Carolina

Nov. 14 at LSU
Nov. 21 WOFFORD
Nov. 28 at Clemson

The Gamecocks begin November by hosting Georgia, then embark on this 3-game stretch. That’s another brutal schedule for Will Muschamp’s crew.

Tennessee

Oct. 3 MISSOURI
Oct. 10 at South Carolina
Oct. 17 Open Date
Oct. 24 ALABAMA

Mizzou has had the Vols’ number the past 2 years. Trips to South Carolina are tough. And playing Alabama is something no one wants to do.

Texas A&M

Nov. 14 VANDERBILT
Nov. 21 at Alabama
Nov. 28 LSU

The Aggies have perhaps the toughest 2 games to end the regular season. They’d better not be caught looking ahead when they host Vandy.

Vanderbilt

Oct. 31 SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov. 7 FLORIDA
Nov. 14 at Texas A&M

The Commodores get A&M as their SEC East-West crossover game this year, and playing at Kyle Field will be a tough environment, especially a week after hosting Florida.