2023 SEC Football Schedule By Team: Key Matches, Dates When The League Will Be Fully Released For Next Season

The meat of the 2022 college football season is upon us, but it’s never too early to look ahead. The SEC will announce its 2023 football schedule on Tuesday, and it will be full of intrigue and will spark debate about how next season’s conference race will play out.

There are, of course, staples that we know will star. The Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn on Thanksgiving weekend, the annual Florida-Georgia rivalry in Jacksonville on Halloween weekend, and the Egg Bowl on Thanksgiving night are just some of the headliners.

There are also plenty of stellar rotating cross-division matchups. Texas A&M and Tennessee will go head-to-head in Knoxville, Tennessee, Georgia and Ole Miss will toss it in Athens, Georgia, and Alabama will head to Lexington to take on an up-and-coming Wildcats program in what is undoubtedly the “Bear Bryant Bowl” will be mentioned. “

The 2023 SEC football season ends on Saturday, December 2 with the SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Here’s a breakdown of the team-by-team schedule for 2023 for each SEC program.

Football Schedule SEC 2023

Alabama

  • September 2 – Middle Tennessee
  • September 9 — Texas
  • September 16 – in South Florida
  • September 23 — Ole Miss
  • September 30 – in the state of Mississippi
  • October 7 — at Texas A&M
  • October 14 — Arkansas
  • October 21—Tennessee
  • Nov. 4 — LSU
  • November 11 – in Kentucky
  • November 18—Chattanooga
  • November 25 – in Auburn

Arkansas

  • September 2 — West Carolina (in Little Rock)
  • September 9—State of Kent
  • September 16 — BYU
  • September 23 – at LSU
  • September 30—Texas A&M (in Arlington, Texas)
  • October 7 — at Ole Miss
  • October 14 — in Alabama
  • October 21—Mississippi State
  • November 4 — in Florida
  • November 11 — Auburn
  • November 18 — Florida International
  • November 25—Missouri

maroon

  • September 2 — UMass
  • September 9 — in California
  • September 16 — Samford
  • September 23 — at Texas A&M
  • September 30—Georgia
  • October 14 — at LSU
  • October 21 — Ole Miss
  • October 28—Mississippi State
  • November 4 — at Vanderbilt
  • November 11 — in Arkansas
  • November 18—State of New Mexico
  • Nov. 25 — Alabama

Florida

  • September 2 – in Utah
  • September 9 — McNeese
  • September 16—Tennessee
  • September 23 — Charlotte
  • September 30 – in Kentucky
  • October 7 — Vanderbilt
  • October 14 – in South Carolina
  • October 28—Georgia (in Jacksonville)
  • November 4 — Arkansas
  • November 11 — at LSU
  • November 18 – in Missouri
  • November 25—State of Florida

Georgia

  • September 2 — UT Martin
  • September 9 — Balstat
  • September 16—South Carolina
  • September 23—UAB
  • September 30 – in Auburn
  • October 7—Kentucky
  • October 14 — at Vanderbilt
  • October 28—Florida (in Jacksonville)
  • November 4—Missouri
  • Nov. 11 — Ole Miss
  • November 18 — in Tennessee
  • November 25 — at Georgia Tech

Kentucky

  • September 2 — Ball State
  • September 9 – Eastern Kentucky
  • September 16—Akron
  • September 23 — at Vanderbilt
  • September 30—Florida
  • October 7 – in Georgia
  • October 14—Missouri
  • October 28—Tennessee
  • November 4 — in the state of Mississippi
  • Nov. 11 — Alabama
  • November 18 — in South Carolina
  • November 25 — in Louisville

LSU

  • September 3—State of Florida (in Orlando)
  • September 9 — Grambling
  • September 16 – in the state of Mississippi
  • Sept. 23 — Arkansas
  • September 30 — at Ole Miss
  • October 7 – in Missouri
  • October 14 — Auburn
  • October 21 — Army
  • Nov 4 — in Alabama
  • New Moon. 11 — Florida
  • November 18—State of Georgia
  • November 25 — Texas A&M

Mississippi state

  • September 2 – Southeast Louisiana
  • September 9—Arizona
  • September 16—LSU
  • September 23 – in South Carolina
  • Sept. 30 — Alabama
  • October 7—Western Michigan
  • October 21 – in Arkansas
  • October 28 – in Auburn
  • Nov. 4 — Kentucky
  • November 11 — at Texas A&M
  • November 18—South Mississippi
  • Nov. 23 — Ole Miss

Missouri

  • September 2—South Dakota
  • September 9—Middle Tennessee
  • September 16—State of Kansas
  • September 23 — to be determined
  • September 30 — at Vanderbilt
  • October 7—LSU
  • October 14 — in Kentucky
  • October 21—South Carolina
  • November 4 — in Georgia
  • November 11—Tennessee
  • New Moon. 18 — Florida
  • November 25 — in Arkansas

be Miss

  • September 2 — Mercer
  • September 9 – in Tulane
  • September 16—Georgia Tech
  • September 23 — in Alabama
  • September 30—LSU
  • October 7 — Arkansas
  • October 21 – in Auburn
  • October 28 — Vanderbilt
  • November 4 — Texas A&M
  • November 11 — in Georgia
  • Nov. 18 — UL Monroe
  • November 23 — in the state of Mississippi

south carolina

  • September 2—North Carolina (in Charlotte)
  • September 9 — Furman
  • September 16 – in Georgia
  • September 23—Mississippi State
  • September 30 – in Tennessee
  • October 14—Florida
  • October 21 – in Missouri
  • October 28 — at Texas A&M
  • November 4—Jacksonville State
  • November 11 — Vanderbilt
  • Nov. 18 — Kentucky
  • Nov. 25 — Clemson

Tennessee

  • September 2—Virginia (in Nashville)
  • September 9 — Austin Peay
  • September 16 – in Florida
  • September 23—UTSA
  • September 30—South Carolina
  • Oct 19 14 — Texas A&M
  • October 21 – in Alabama
  • October 28 – in Kentucky
  • Nov. 4 — UConn
  • November 11 – in Missouri
  • Nov. 18 — Georgia
  • November 25 — Vanderbilt

Texas A&M

  • September 2—New Mexico
  • September 9 — in Miami
  • September 16 — UL Monroe
  • September 23 — Auburn
  • September 30—Arkansas (in Arlington, Texas)
  • October 7—Alabama
  • October 14 – in Tennessee
  • October 28—South Carolina
  • November 4 — at Ole Miss
  • November 11—State of Mississippi
  • November 18 — Abilene Christian
  • November 25 — at LSU

Vanderbilt

  • Aug 26 — Hawaii
  • September 10 2 — Alabama A&M
  • September 9 – in Wake Forest
  • September 16 — at UNLV
  • September 23—Kentucky
  • September 30—Missouri
  • October 7 – in Florida
  • October 14—Georgia
  • October 28 — at Ole Miss
  • November 4 — Maroon
  • November 11 — in South Carolina
  • November 25 — in Tennessee

Leave a Comment