It looks as if coronavirus has led to more reshuffling of several dates on the SEC football calendar. affiliate Power Mizzou was first to report that two games on Missouri’s schedule have been swapped. Mizzou was originally set to play Florida on Oct. 24 and Kentucky on Oct. 31. However, due in part to the COVID-19 outbreak among the Gators football team, the Wildcats will instead visit Faurot Field on Oct. 24, with the Tigers set to travel to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville on Oct. 31.

Kentucky insider Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio shared that the Wildcats are now “very likely” to play Georgia on Oct. 31 and get a bye on Nov. 7, he had also tweeted about the UK-MU game date being switched, lining up with the reports of Mizzou’s new schedule.

The new reported dates indicate that Florida and Georgia will not get bye weeks before facing off in Jacksonville if the Nov. 7 scheduled date remains.

Meanwhile, the situation continues to escalate in Gainesville, as 30 of its players are now being quarantined.

The SEC has not yet officially announced any changes to the SEC schedule.