SEC Directs Tennessee, Georgia Not To Play Oklahoma Due To Realignment

Business seems to be picking up for the SEC in regards to future scheduling. The SEC has told Tennessee and Georgia not to play their home-and-home scheduled games against Oklahoma, according to a statement put out by the conference on Wednesday. This comes on the heels of the news that Texas and Oklahoma could join the SEC earlier than expected. Tennessee was set for a return matchup with Oklahoma in 2024, after Covid wiped out the first meeting in 2020. There was a sense that this game would not be made up, since the SEC would love to have these as conference games. Georgia was scheduled to play Oklahoma in 2023, which will now be put on hold.

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