SEC football schedule with game times and TV information (Updated Nov. 21, 2020)
Here is the 2020 SEC football schedule including this week’s games on November 21, 2020. The 2020 college football season of course is a unique situation with the SEC football schedule in that the teams are only playing 10-game schedules with in-conference games only.
This week, the Texas A&M and Ole Miss game is currently postponed. We will see if any other games fall victim to COVID-19.
All SEC football games air on either CBS or one of the ESPN properties (SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ABC). You can stream any of the games that appear on ESPN properties using the ESPN app.
The season is set to wrap up on December 19, 2020 with the SEC Championship Game. Note that with the recent spike in game cancelations due to COVID-19, the conference is rumored to be considering additional games on December 19, 2020 for the teams that are not in the SEC Championship Game. You will note that the Big Ten has already made similar plans.
What SEC football teams are playing this week?
Kentucky at Alabama, 4:00 p.m., SEC Network
LSU at Arkansas, 12:00 p.m., SEC Network
Tennessee at Auburn, 7:00 p.m., ESPN
Florida at Vanderbilt, 12:00 p.m., ESPN
Mississippi State at Georgia, 7:30 p.m., SEC Network
Missouri at South Carolina, 7:30 p.m., SEC Network Alternate
Ole Miss at Texas A&M – POSTPONED
Auburn at Alabama
Arkansas at Missouri
Kentucky at Florida
Georgia at South Carolina
LSU at Texas A&M
Mississippi State at Ole Miss
Tennessee at Vanderbilt
Alabama at Arkansas
Texas A&M at Auburn
Florida at Tennessee
Vanderbilt at Georgia
South Carolina at Kentucky
Ole Miss at LSU
Missouri at Mississippi State
Vanderbilt at Missouri, TBD
LSU at Florida, TBD
SEC Championship Game
Previous SEC football results
No. 8 Auburn 29, No. 23 Kentucky 13
No. 5 Florida 51, Ole Miss 35
Mississippi State 44, No. 6 LSU 34
No. 4 Georgia 37, Arkansas 10
No. 2 Alabama 38, Missouri 19
No. 16 Tennessee 31, South Carolina 27
No. 10 Texas A&M 17, Vanderbilt 12
No. 3 Florida 38, South Carolina 24
No. 21 Tennessee 35, Missouri 12
No. 2 Alabama 52, No. 13 Texas A&M 24
Ole Miss 42, Kentucky 41 (OT)
Arkansas 21, No. 16 Mississippi State 14
No. 4 Georgia 27, No. 7 Auburn 6
No. 20 LSU 41, Vanderbilt 7
No. 21 Texas A&M 41, No. 4 Florida 38
South Carolina 41, Vanderbilt 7
Missouri 45, No. 17 LSU 41
No. 3 Georgia 44, No. 14 Tennessee 21
No. 13 Auburn 30, Arkansas 28
No. 2 Alabama 68, Ole Miss 48
Kentucky 24, Mississippi State 2
South Carolina 30, Auburn 22
Kentucky 34, No. 18 Tennessee 7
Arkansas 33, Ole Miss 21
No. 11 Texas A&M 28, Mississippi State 14
No. 2 Alabama 41, No. 3 Georgia 24
Auburn 35, Ole Miss 28
No. 2 Alabama 48, Tennessee 17
Missouri 20, Kentucky 10
LSU 52, South Carolina 24
No. 5 Georgia 14, Kentucky 3
Auburn 48, LSU 11
Ole Miss 54, Vanderbilt 21
No. 2 Alabama 41, Mississippi State 0
No. 8 Texas A&M 42, Arkansas 31
No. 10 Florida 41, Missouri 17
No. 8 Florida 44, No. 5 Georgia 28
Mississippi State 24, Vanderbilt 17
No. 7 Texas A&M 48, South Carolina 3
Arkansas 24, Tennessee 13
Kentucky 38, Vanderbilt 35
No. 6 Florida 63, Arkansas 35
Ole Miss 59, South Carolina 42
Georgia at Missouri – POSTPONED
Texas A&M at Tennessee – POSTPONED
Auburn at Mississippi State – POSTPONED
Alabama at LSU – POSTPONED
Frequently asked questions
When will the SEC Championship Game be played?
The SEC Championship Game is typically played around early December, but for the 2020 season, the game will be played on December 19, 2020 as a result of the delayed start of the season. The game, like all recent years, will be played in Atlanta, Georgia.
What happens to the SEC football games being postponed as a result of COVID-19?
The SEC is doing its best to reschedule postponed games. The league is now planning to add games to December 19, 2020 which is the day of the SEC Championship Game for teams that are not in the SEC Championship. Still, some games likely won’t get rescheduled especially if more and more games are postponed or canceled.
How does SEC football scheduling work?
In a normal year, SEC teams play 8 conference games which include their 6 divisional opponent, one permanent crossover opponent and one slot that rotates through the remaining teams in the other division. During the 2020 season, all SEC teams are playing a 10-game conference only schedule, so each team added two additional opponents from the other division.