The SEC is reportedly considering a 10-game conference-only season. So, that begs the question, where will those 2 additional games come from?

Well, there’s a plan for that, too, according to a report on Wednesday. While it’s not final, it’s a way the league could go to a 10-game schedule.

Per Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger, these are the games that would be added if the SEC just went forward 2 years with each team’s rotational games:

That’s obviously a tough slate for teams like Florida, which would have to add games against Alabama and Texas A&M.

Still, this is sure to be an unusual season, so we’ll see what the SEC decides when plans are finalized moving forward.