Breaking: SEC Announces Full 2024 Conference Schedule, Filled With Monster Matchups For Oklahoma, Texas

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The 2024 football schedule for the SEC has been released after the conference decided on a temporary eight-game schedule. The additions of Texas and Oklahoma were the catalyst in the SEC deciding to announce the schedule earlier in the Summer. Also, the SEC Network was able to parlay this into a must-watch event around the south.

As good as some of these matchups are, the SEC still screwed up when it comes to a few of these first-year games. The fact we still haven’t seen Georgia and Texas A&M play in College Station is a travesty. But, the conference is ridding of divisions, so making the championship game will depend on winning percentage, or a tiebreaker.

Every SEC team has either Texas or Oklahoma on their 2024 schedule.

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For the Longhorns, they’ll have road games at Texas A&M and Arkansas, along with the previously mentioned matchup with Georgia in Austin. Also, Texas and Oklahoma will still play in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl, thank goodness. Don’t forget, Texas A&M will also play Notre Dame in the season opener at home.

Welcome to the SEC, Longhorns, who will also play at Michigan in 2024.

In terms of who might have the toughest schedule, that award might go to Florida. Along with the tough SEC stretch, the Gators have to play Miami, Florida State and UCF in non-conference play. If Billy Napier can’t get his team to eight wins this season, he could be coaching for his job in 2024.

Another massive game that will be played in 2024 is a rematch between Georgia and Alabama, which will take place in Tuscaloosa. It’s about time these two juggernauts played again outside of the SEC championship Atlanta or Indianapolis.

Kirby Smart and Nick Saban will once again meet during the SEC regular season.

The Full SEC 2024 Schedule For Each Member Team


Home: Georgia, Auburn, Missouri, South Carolina

Away: LSU, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vanderbilt


Home: LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas

Away: Auburn, Mississippi State, Missouri, Texas A&M


Home: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Vandy, Oklahoma

Away: Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, Kentucky


Home: Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss, Texas A&M

Away: Mississippi State, Tennessee, Texas

Neutral: Georgia


Home: Auburn, Mississippi State, Tennessee

Away: Alabama, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Texas

Neutral: Florida


Home: Auburn, Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt

Away: Texas, Florida, Ole Miss, Tennessee


Home: Alabama, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma

Away: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Florida, South Carolina

Mississippi State

Home: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Florida, Missouri

Away: Ole Miss, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas


Home: Oklahoma, Arkansas, Auburn, Vanderbilt

Away: Alabama, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Texas A&M


Home: Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina

Away: LSU, Auburn, Ole Miss, Missouri

Neutral: Texas

Ole Miss

Home: Mississippi State, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Georgia

Away: LSU, Arkansas, Florida, South Carolina

South Carolina

Home: LSU, Ole Miss, Missouri, Texas A&M

Away: Alabama, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt


Home: Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State, Kentucky

Away: Oklahoma, Georgia, Arkansas, Vandy


Home: Georgia, Mississippi State, Florida, Kentucky

Away: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Vandy

Neutral: Oklahoma

Texas A&M

Home: Texas, LSU, Arkansas, Missouri

Away: Florida, Auburn, Mississippi State, South Carolina


Home:Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas

Away: Auburn, Kentucky, LSU, Missouri

So there it is, the 2024 SEC schedule. There will be arguments and the schedule will be the first test in-terms of gauging the College Football Playoffs view of the conference and its strength of schedule.

Either way, we are now setup for a new era in the SEC. Now the question is how long does the conference stick with an eight-game schedule.

Written by Trey Wallace

Trey Wallace is the host of The Trey Wallace Podcast that focuses on a mixture of sports, culture, entertainment along with his perspective on everything from College Football to the College World Series.

Wallace has been covering college sports for 15 years, starting off while attending the University of South Alabama. He’s broken some of the biggest college stories including the Florida football “Credit Card Scandal” along with the firing of Jim McElwin and Kevin Sumlin. Wallace also broke one of the biggest stories in college football in 2020 around the NCAA investigation into recruiting violations against Tennessee football head coach Jeremy Pruitt.

Wallace also appears on radio across seven different states breaking down that latest news in college sports.


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