SEC commissioner Greg Sankey announced on Thursday in Destin, Florida, that the SEC would remain with 8 league games for football in 2024.

Texas and Oklahoma will join the conference that year, bringing the SEC to 16 teams. There will be no divisions that year, it was announced.

So now all eyes turn to the schedule release for the 2024 campaign. With no divisions and only 8 league games, some schedules will undoubtedly be much harder than others next fall.

Per Sankey, the 2024 schedule will be officially released on Wednesday, June 14, in a primetime special on the SEC Network:

The 8-game SEC schedule is only set in stone for the 2024 season, which means this topic will be revisited in next year’s SEC spring meetings.

The SEC will certainly be taking notes on next year’s football schedule. It’ll be interesting to see which teams are happy with their schedule and which think they got the short end of the stick.

Tune in to the SEC Network on June 14 to find out who each SEC team will play during the 2024 season!