Check Out Full ‘SEC on CBS’ Schedule And Some Early Odds

CBS has announced its full schedule of SEC football games, highlighted by the championship game rematch between Alabama and Florida.

That one just happens to be the first SEC matchup CBS will broadcast, and is scheduled for Sept. 18 in Gainesville, Fla. You, of course, can find the early odds for all SEC games (and all games everywhere) at FanDuel right here.

Not all SEC games have been selected as of yet. Instead, CBS is leaving slots open for still TBD matchups in the network’s SEC Game of the Week.

“There are five doubleheaders in total– two of them as all-SEC doubleheaders and one of those featuring a primetime kickoff — among a total of 21 games, concluding with the Tony The Tiger Sun Bowl from El Paso on Dec. 31,” CBS relayed.

Early odds from the announced SEC on CBS games:

Check out the full announced schedule below. And again, the complete early odds can be found right here.

DATETIME (ET)GAME
Saturday, Sept. 113:30 p.m.Air Force at Navy
Saturday, Sept. 183:30 p.m.Alabama at Florida
Saturday, Sept. 2512 p.m.Boise State at Utah State
Saturday Sept. 253:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Oct. 23:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week 
Saturday, Oct. 93:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game TBD
Saturday Oct. 98 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Oct. 1612 p.m.SEC on CBS Game TBD
Saturday, Oct. 163:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Oct. 233:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Oct. 303:30 p.m.Georgia vs. Florida
Saturday, Nov. 611:30 a.m.Army vs. Air Force
Saturday, Nov. 63:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Nov. 133:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Nov. 203:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Friday, Nov. 2612 p.m.Boise State at San Diego State
Friday, Nov. 263:30 p.m.Missouri at Arkansas
Saturday, Nov. 273:30 p.m.SEC on CBS Game of the Week
Saturday, Dec. 44 p.m.SEC Championship Game
Saturday, Dec. 113 p.m.Army vs. Navy
Friday, Dec. 3112:30 p.m.Tony The Tiger Sun Bowl

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.

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