According to FoxSports’ Bruce Feldman, two SEC teams are among the top-10 “softest” non-conference schedules in the country. He used a rating system for the ranking.

Mississippi State has the fifth easiest, according to Feldman. The Bulldogs start off its 2016 season with a game against South Alabama. South Alabama played two Power 5 schools a year ago and lost by a combined 89 points.

The other opponents include UMass and Samford, who aren’t exactly powerhouses. The one notable team on the Bulldogs’ non-conference schedule is BYU, which will take place on a Friday in mid-October. BYU, whether it starts Taysom Hill or Tanner Mangum, should be very good at quarterback.

Feldman also ranked Texas A&M as the ninth softest non-conference schedule in the country. The Aggies get UCLA right off the bat to begin 2016. The Bruins are certainly talented, also with a proven signal caller in Josh Rosen, but the Aggies, of course, get the Bruins at Kyle Field. This should be an entertaining matchup.

Aside from UCLA, Kevin Sumlin’s team will take on Prairie View A&M, New Mexico State and UTSA. Those teams aren’t exactly daunting.

FoxSports’ full top-10 is:

No. 1 Boston College
No. 2 (Tie) Kansas
No. 2 (Tie) Washington
No. 4 Wake Forest
No. 5 (Tie) Arizona State
No. 5 (Tie) Mississippi State
No. 5 (Tie) Indiana
No. 5 (Tie) Minnesota
No. 9 Texas A&M

No. 10 (Tie) Baylor
No. 10 (Tie) Iowa
No. 10 (Tie) Maryland